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Seventy years ago, Truda Rosenberg was 19 years old, attending her first year of university in her hometown of Lwòw, Poland, and was engaged to a man she had met at her part-time job.

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University of Ottawa Press author awarded prize for best book on Atwood to be published in 2010.

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Every day brings new headlines about climate change. We hear contradictory opinions from scientists, politicians, and the media about what it is, what it means, and what we should do about it. Ironically, the people being ignored on this issue are the Canadians dealing with the effects of climate change right now – the Inuit.

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In his new book, The Doom Loop in the Financial Sector and Other Black Holes of Risk published by the University of Ottawa Press, William Leiss tells an important story about uncontrolled risk, set against the backdrop of the global financial crisis.

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Great news! The University of Ottawa Press' premier edition of Sofia Tolstaya's memoirs, entitled My Life, was selected for the 2010 Globe 100: Non Fiction list.

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Launch of My Life

17 Sep 2010

Mona Nemer, Vice-President, Research, and Antoni Lewkowicz, Dean, Faculty of Arts, in collaboration with the University of Ottawa Press, invite you to celebrate the launch of My Life by Sofia Andreevna Tolstaya, edited by Andrew Donskov and translated by John Woodsworth and Arkadi Klioutchanski.

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The University of Ottawa Press is pleased to announce that Charles Le Blanc, author of Le complexe d’Hermès: Regards philosophiques sur la traduction, has been selected as a finalist for the Victor-Barbeau prize, conferred by L’Académie des lettres du Québec.

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The University of Ottawa Press (UOP) is pleased to announce the launch of a new open access collection that supports free and unrestricted access to scholarly research.

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The University of Ottawa Press invites you to the 31st Salon du livre de l'Outaouais. Come see our most recent releases at our booth (# 94, Prologue Inc.) and meet our authors as they sign their books.

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The Canada Council for the Arts has announced the names of the finalists for the 2009 Governor General’s Literary Awards. Among them is the name Charles Le Blanc, author of Le complexe d'Hermès.

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