McGill-Queens University Press offers a Canadian perspective on some of the most pressing environmental problems of our times.
Among natural history titles are Canada’s Forests, A History; Canada’s Vegetation, A World Perspective; and Eighteenth Century Naturalists of Hudson Bay.
The McGill-Queens University Press Native and Northern Series includes the award winning Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge, on how knowledge of plants and environments has been applied and shared by indigenous people for centuries. Our Ice is Vanishing/Sikuvut Nunguliqtuq, is a history of Inuit, newcomers to the far north, and climate change.
The Woman Who Mapped Labrador: The Life and Expedition Diary of Mina Hubbard, tells the story of the first white woman to cross Labrador, with modern commentaries on her evolution from conventional Edwardian woman to explorer and social activist, on her skill as a cartographer, and on her enthusiasm for the Labrador wilderness.
McGill-Queens University Press is a joint venture between McGill University, Montreal, and Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
The publisher has won many awards for the design of its books.