"I am not a spy. I am a philosopher."

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Credit: Ramin Jahanbegloo

Time Will Say Nothing is out and available for purchase on our website and in stores near you. Check out the excerpt in The Chronicle of Higher Education, and read more below!

Q&Q on Jahanbegloo's "hopeful, thoughtful celebration of the life force that sustained him during his ordeal." 

Watch Global News Regina on Time Will Say Nothing. 

Audio interview (in Farsi) with Radio Zamaneh, based in the Netherlands.

The National Post on Time Will Say Nothing and the increasing force of secularism in Iran. 

Publisher's Weekly on the contrast between interrogations and reminiscences found in the book. 

Read an excerpt from the LA Review of Books. 

Read a longer piece from Logos Journal in which Danny Postel, Associate Director for Middle East Studies at the University of Denver, interviews Jahanbegloo.

Watch a 2011 TVO panel in which Jahanbegloo and Michael Ignatieff discuss philosopher Isaiah Berlin and the Arab Spring. 

PEN Canada on "a season in hell."



Clearing the Plains Wins the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize

 

Clearing The PlainsIsn't it ironic? 

Clearing the Plains has won the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize or the Governor General Award for Scholarly Achievement, which has stirred up some discussion.

James Daschuk also won the Clio Prizeand the Canadian Historical Association’s Aboriginal History Book Prize.

Click for info on Daschuk's upcoming talk at Trent University, October 30th! 

Listen to the Canada's History Magazine interview.

Read NDP MP releases song about John A. Macdonald's treatment of Aboriginal People in the Globe and Mail.

Read  "First Nations history should make us questions what is means to be Canadian" review of Clearing the Plains in the Globe and Mail.

Read  "Ethnic Cleansing, Canadian Style," a review of Clearing the Plains in the Literary Review of Canada.

Listen to the As it Happens interview.

Stephen Maher on why it's "getting harder to ignore Canada's genocide of aboriginal people."

Jim Miles on systems of apartheid within Canada and elsewhere.

Read the Leader-Post article on the dark side of Sir John A.

Listen to Daschuk on CBC's The Current discussing his new book, Clearing the Plains.

Read Daschuk's "When Canada Used Hunger to Clear the West" op-ed from the Globe and Mail.

The University of Regina Press and James Daschuk won six top prizes at the Saskatchewan Book Awards.

 


Four Horses: Official Music Video

M.P. Charlie Angus was so "blown away" by the bestselling book, Clearing the Plains, he was inspired to write a song—"Four Horses."

 

Charlie Angus discusses how Clearing the Plains inspired this song on CBC Morning Edition, CBC Sudbury, and MBC Radio.

 


One On One with Charlie Angus and James Daschuk

In this Reality Publishing episode, James Daschuk and M. P. Charlie Angus discuss Clearing the Plains and the importance of speaking the truth about Canadian history.

Want to see more Reality Publishing episodes?

Check out our playlist on Youtube!



Going Home with the Prize! 

Architecture of Saskatchewan

 

Bernard Flaman's Architecture of Saskatchewan wins the Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize—the first Canadian book to win! 

 

 

 

 

Fists Upon A Star cover

Fists Upon A Star by Florence Bean James and Jean Freeman won the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport Publishing Award.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Three More Regional Bestsellers

Potash cover   Beyond the Farm Gate cover  Paddling Routes cover

Potash, Beyond the Farm Gate, and Paddling Routes

 

 


U of R Press "Grabs [the] Spotlight" - Internationally

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Read the University of Regina Press profile in Publishers Weekly, "the bible of the American book industry."

 

quil and quire logo Read another great article on the U of R Press in Canada's leading magazine of book news and reviews.

 


U of R Press Launches New Logo

It is not every day that Margaret Atwood and Alice Munro congratulate a university on the launch of its university press, but then, it is a rare occasion when a new university press comes into being. Jumping to the head of the class on the good wishes of these literary titans, University of Regina Press officially launched June 1st, 2013 at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Victoria, BC! 

To help define who we are and what we do, we created a logo that was inspired by the Cree language and the Morse code, to both honour our roots and express a desire to communicate universally. Our motto is “For many peoples, a voice” and we try to keep that in mind with everything we do.

Please see the story of our logo here  and we hope you join Ms. Atwood and Ms. Munro in welcoming an exciting new venture to the publishing scene.

 

 


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