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Behind the Book with Carla Rice
Becoming Women started as a 500-page award-winning PhD thesis and is now one of the most comprehensive qualitative research studies to date on body image and the embodied self, with close to 90 interviews of "women's body histories." The research from this work has already reached the public through the many talks Carla Rice has given in her quest to transform image culture and ease women's body concerns. She's made over 100 TV and media appearances and edited a groundbreaking feminist reader last year with important essays from influential writers like Bell Hooks, Jessica Valenti, and Gloria Steinem.

Legacy Readings in Classical Theory
If you had to represent the legacy of Marx and Engels in one or two key readings, which ones would you choose?

On Teaching Classical and Contemporary Theory: Q&A with Black Hawk Hancock
David Yamane (Wake Forest University) catches up with fellow sociologist Black Hawk Hancock (DePaul University) to talk about the challenges of teaching sociological theory.

News

March 21, 2014 - University of Toronto Press – Pippin Publishing - Acquisition Announcement

UTP and Pippin announced today that the two companies have entered into an agreement for UTP to acquire the inventory and all contractual rights relating to the publishing lists of Pippin, a privately held company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. The acquisition is subject to completion of satisfactory due diligence, UTP Director approval, and other customary closing conditions. It is expected to close within 60 days.


May 23, 2013 - Donna Naughton’s The Natural History of Canadian Mammals receives several major publishing awards.

University of Toronto Press and The Canadian Museum of Nature joined forces to produce a visually stunning new volume that was widely heralded as the definitive guide to all 215 species of mammals in Canada shortly after it appeared last October.


May 27, 2011 - Synergies and University of Toronto Press partnership: a considerable achievement for the dissemination of Canadian research

Synergies is pleased to announce a partnership with the University of Toronto Press (UTP) for the integration of the scholarly publisher’s extensive online collection of peer-reviewed journals.


February 2, 2011 - University of Toronto Press Partners with Symtext to Offer Digital Coursepacks

The Higher Education Division of the University of Toronto Press (UTP) has launched a pilot program that will make over one thousand of its medieval history primary source documents available to instructors in the form of customized digital coursepacks.


January 20, 2011 - University of Toronto Bookstore First in Canada to Launch a Rental Textbook Program

The University of Toronto Bookstore was the first university bookstore in Canada to launch a rental textbook program and now almost one quarter of all textbooks titles are available to rent this term.


October 20, 2010 - University of Toronto Bookstore Launches the first "ATM for Books" in Toronto

The Espresso Book Machine lets students, faculty, local libraries and the public print digital books, public domain or self-published material with a library-quality, paperback format in minutes, one copy at a time.


October 28, 2008 - University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management partners with University of Toronto Press to create a new imprint

University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management has launched a partnership with the University of Toronto Press to create UTP/Rotman Publishing, a new imprint devoted to publishing actionable business information of exceptional quality.


March 19, 2008 - University of Toronto Press Inc. announces the acquisition of the Social Science and History lists from Broadview Press Inc.

University of Toronto Press Incorporated (UTP) and Broadview Press Inc. (Broadview) today announced that the two companies had entered into an agreement for UTP to acquire the inventory and all contractual rights relating to the social sciences and history lists of Broadview.