Call for Book Proposals
Canadian Scholars’ invites book proposals in geography and environmental studies. Specifically, we are looking for books that are appropriate for use in university or college classrooms. If you have an idea for a new publication in one of these disciplines, or if you would like to edit, auth...
Join CSPI/Women's Press at the 111th annual American Sociological Association (ASA) conference in Seattle, WA, from August 20 -23.
Visit booth 110 to check out our new book Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice in the United States by Judah Oudshoorn.
Canadian Scholars Press’ (CSPI)/Women’s Press is heading to Calgary May 28th to June 03rd to exhibit at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Stop by booth 38 to learn more about CSPI's new series in Indigenous studies, flip through our latest textbooks, and look at our custom publishing solutions.
CSPI is excited to attend the 2016 NAISA conference in Honolulu, Hawaii! The conference will be hosted at the University of Hawaiʻi between May 18 - 21.
CSPI’s booth number is 401. Stop by our booth to join our Publisher, Lily Bergh, in the launch of our new series in Indigenous studies.
CSPI’s Indigenous studie...
Women’s Press is heading to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to add a dash of Canada to the 2015 National Women’s Studies Association Conference. From November 13th–15th, you can find us in booth #309 at the Exhibit Hall. Founded in 1977, the NWSA holds the only annual meeting in the US dedicated to showcasing the latest femin...
The Canadian Scholars’ Press / Women’s Press Fall 2015 catalogue is now available to view online.
It includes our newest and most recommended textbooks in a variety of subject areas, including sociology, gender and women’s studies, health, French language, social work, and education.
We are pleased to offer prof...
Canadian Scholars’ Press will be in Chicago, Illinois, August 22nd-25th to exhibit at the 2015 Meeting of the American Sociological Association. Now in its 110th year, the ASA Annual Meeting hosts specialists in the field of sociology, including university and college faculty, as well as members of ...
CSPI is heading to Ottawa from May 28th to June 5th to exhibit at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. This year’s conference is expected to draw more than 8000 researchers, graduate students, practitioners, and community members.
Between association meetings, be sure to pop into the Montpetit Hall a...
Now that we have a Publisher Representative working out of British Columbia, we are located just short strides away from this year’s 130th Modern Language Association’s (MLA) Convention at the Vancouver Convention Centre! Excited and armed with our most popular French Studies textbooks, we will be displaying with th...
Women’s Press and Canadian Scholars’ Press congratulates Anne Rochon Ford, co-editor of The Push to Prescribe, who was awarded the Constance E. Hamilton Award in recognition of being “a quiet, steady and forceful champion for women’s health, both in Toronto and across Canada.”
Established by Toronto City Council ...