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Engaging ideas, transforming minds
2016 missing persons cvr
  • August 2016
  • 9781551309309
  • $69.95 Print

Missing Persons

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the Disappeared
Derek Congram
Uniting the voices of twenty-two experts from academic, government, and civil sectors who study and help se...
2015 petticoats and prejudice cvr
  • February 2015
  • 9780889615229
  • $54.95 Print

Petticoats and Prejudice - Women's Press Classics

Women and Law in Nineteenth-Century Canada
Constance Backhouse
Drawing on historical records of women’s varying experiences as litigants, accused criminals, or witnesses,...
2014 within the confines cvr
  • November 2014
  • 9780889615168
  • $69.95 Print

Within the Confines

Women and the Law in Canada
Jennifer M. Kilty
Western feminists have long treated the rule of law as an essential ingredient of social justice; however, ...
2006 moral regulation and governance in canda cvr
  • May 2006
  • 9781551303024
  • $69.95 Print

Moral Regulation and Governance in Canada

History, Context, and Critical Issues
Amanda Glasbeek
Moral Regulation and Governance in Canada offers an outstanding selection of readings that represents an ov...
2005 crime and deviance in canada cvr
  • June 2005
  • 9781551302744
  • $59.95 Print

Crime and Deviance in Canada

Historical Perspectives
Chris McCormick, Len Green
This unique and timely reader brings together twenty-four of the very best and most controversial readings ...
2005 feminism law inclusion cvr
  • May 2005
  • 9781894549455
  • $28.95 Print

Feminism, Law, Inclusion

Intersectionality in Action
Gayle MacDonald, Rachel L. Osborne, Charles C. Smith
The contributions to this collection are written by legal advocates, community activists and legal scholars...
1991 petticoats and prejudice cvr
  • May 1991
  • 9780889611610
  • $54.95 Print

Petticoats and Prejudice

Women and Law in Nineteenth-Century Canada
Constance Backhouse
Euphemia Rabbitt, who courageously resisted a vicious rape attempt, and Clara Brett Martin, the first woman...