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UBC Press

UBC Press is the largest scholarly press in western Canada. The Press publishes books on First Nations culture politics and linguistics, Canadian history, environmental history and policy, resources, Canadian politics, globalization, multiculturalism, urban planning, and Asian studies.

UBC Press


UBC Press is Canada’s leading social sciences publisher. Renowned for producing high-quality works of original scholarship, UBC Press publishes 70 new titles annually in Indigenous, Asian, Canadian history, environmental, gender, geography, health and food, law, media, military and security, and urban studies. Its trade imprint, On Point Press, brings forward leading ideas in the areas of history, politics, Aboriginal studies, the environment, and the natural world to a broader audience. Additionally, under its new Purich imprint, the press is committed to publishing books that contribute to our understanding of Aboriginal, social justice, and Western Canadian issues.

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Books in Print: 1400+
Non-Fiction, Regional, Scholarly, Aboriginal, Legal, Social Justice

Contact: Alison Cobra

t. 604.822.5959
2029 West Mall, Room 110
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2

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