The late Olive P. Dickason and her book, Canada/s First Nations, is celebrated by the University of Alberta - read the full article                            * News from Oxford *                                 S.A. Smith/s Russia in Revolution has been longlisted for the 2018 Cundill Prize in History                            * News from Oxford *                                 Roger Frie's Not in my Family has won the 2017 Canadian Jewish Literary Award (in the history category)                            * News from Oxford *                                 Marc Raboy's Marconi: The Man Who Networked the World just got nominated for a Governor General's Award!                            * News from Oxford *                                 Patricia Demers, editor of From Instruction to Delight, appointed to the Order of Canada.                            * News from Oxford *                                 Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach praised by Spacing Magazine – read the review!                             * News from Oxford *                                 The Guardians by Susan Pedersen has won the 2015 Cundill Prize for Historical Literature.                            * News from Oxford *                                 The Guardians by Susan Pedersen was shortlisted for the Cundill Prize.                            * News from Oxford *                                 Human Sexuality, edited by Caroline F. Pukall, wins the 2016 Society for Sex Therapy & Research Health Professional Book Award                            * News from Oxford *                                 Daniel David Moses, editor of An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English, receives the 2015 Aboriginal Arts Award                            * News from Oxford *                                 "The Loon's Necklace by William Toye has been named one of the Best Canadian Kids' Books of All Time."                            * News from Oxford *                                 Michael J. Trebilcock’s Dealing With Losers has won the 2014 Donner Prize                            * News from Oxford *                                 Poverty in Canada, by Raghubar Sharma, has been selected for presentation at the Institute of Public Administration of Canada colloquium                            * News from Oxford *                                 Patrick James, author of Canada and Conflict, is awarded the 2013 Donner Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Canadian Studies                            * News from Oxford *                                 Vic Satzewich, author of Race and Ethnicity in Canada, given rare access by Citizenship and Immigration Canada to study visa decision process                            * News from Oxford *                                 Congratulations to Dr. Adel Sedra, author of Microelectronic Circuits, on his appointment to the Order of Ontario                            * News from Oxford *                                 Lorne Tepperman talks about his latest book, The Dostoevsky Effect on CBC Ideas.                             * News from Oxford *                                 Michael S. Cross’s A Biography of Robert Baldwin wins the 2013 Lela Common Award for Canadian History                            * News from Oxford *                                 Congratulations to William P. Cross and André Blais, authors of Politics at the Centre, for being awarded the 2013 Donald Smiley Prize by the Canadian Political Science Association.                             * News from Oxford *                                 Congratulations to Michael S. Cross for his book, A Biography of Robert Baldwin, winner of the John T. Saywell Prize in constitutional history by the Osgoode Society.                            * News from Oxford *                                 Congratulations to David Wright for Downs: The History of a Disability, winner of the 2013 Dingle Prize.                            * News from Oxford *                                 Congratulations to BOLDPRINT author Joan Green on her appointment to the Order of Ontario!                            * News from Oxford *                                
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