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The University of Ottawa Press (UOP) unveiled an exciting 2017–2018 editorial program during a lively season launch at the Alex Trebek Alumni Hall.Read More
Congratulations to Lucie Hotte, series editor, Archives des lettres canadiennes, and William Sweet, series editor, Philosophica, new fellows of the Royal Society of Canada. Join us in congratulating them!Read More
Ottawa, May 3, 2016 – The University of Ottawa Press (UOP) and the Canadian Museum of History are proud to launch the Digital Mercury Series, an ebook collection of all 500 volumes published in the series since 1972, offering unprecedented access to a remarkable body of research on Canadian history, archaeology, culture and ethnology. The 162 ebooks of the Archaeology sub-series will be launched at the 49th annual conference of the Canadian Archaeological Association, taking place in Whitehorse, Yukon, from May 4 to 7. The ebooks of the Cultural Studies, History and Ethnology sub-series will be subsequently released throughout the year.Read More

Ottawa, 3 June 2015 – The University of Ottawa Press (UOP) is taking the opportunity to celebrate 80 years of scholarly publishing in Canada’s two official languages on the occasion of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, held this year at the University of Ottawa.

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Ottawa, September 30, 2014 – At the fall launch, the University of Ottawa Press unveiled an exciting new season in a multitude of hues: several new titles, new initiatives, and an editorial program that includes new series.

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Montreal, March 28, 2014 – The University of Ottawa Press is proud to announce that the inaugural title in its Health and Society series, L’incontournable caste des femmes : Histoire des services de santé au Québec et au Canada, is one of the three finalists for the Prix du Canada 2014 en sciences sociales, awarded by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Ottawa, Ontario, November 20, 2013 – Aspiring leaders of international aviation in need of a role model could turn to Pierre J. Jeanniot, former President and Chief Executive Officer of Air Canada and Director General Emeritus of the International Air Transport Association—who early in his career invented the black box, the flight recorder placed in aircrafts to facilitate accident or incident investigations.

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