The Center for the Study of Canada publishes a wide variety of Canadian studies scholarly
publications including textbooks, monographs and comprehensive bibliographies.
Publications can be purchased by contacting the center with an order request and accompanying
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Teaching Canada is the leading annual Canadian studies outreach publication for the U.S. This innovative
magazine format publication, dedicated to a comprehensive review of contemporary Canadian
and Canada–U.S. issues, features articles by leading government officials, scholars,
teachers and outreach coordinators. Teaching Canada is an indispensable source for K–12 administrators, faculty and students alike.
Price — $10.00 per copy.
O Canada is the premier textbook available for K–12 educators and students in the United States.
Now in its 2nd edition, O Canada takes a comprehensive approach to the study of Canada. Chapters focus on a wide range
of topics. Richly illustrated, O Canada is written and designed by George Sherman.
Price — $35.00 per copy. Bulk discounts available.
This 11 chapter volume, produced in 1997 by the National Council for the Social Studies
in association with the National Consortium for Teaching Canada, provides a rich overview
of Canada for the K–12 classroom. Contributions include history, politics, geography,
culture, and economics. This volume also includes instructional activities, resources
and strategies for K–12 educators interested in Canada.
Price — $15.00 per copy
Focus Canada Series
This series, a collection of occasional monographs about Canada, contains the following
(1) Reflections from the Past: perspectives on Canada and on the Canada–U.S. relationship;
(2) The Canada–U.S. Economic Relationship: global and regional dimensions;
(3) Peter Black, Canada Matters: Chronicles of a Northern Neighbour; and,
(4) Hiroshi Itoh, editor, Canada’s Asian Connection.
Price — Volumes 1–4, $7.50 per volume or purchase the set for $20.00.
Women Writing in Quebec
This volume, produced in 2000, focuses on women writing in Québec. Dedicated to the
memory of Jeanne Kissner — who served as associate director at our center for nearly
twenty years and made pronounced, heartfelt professional and personal contributions
to the vitality of Canadian studies — this work contains a wide variety of essays
focused on such writers as Anne Hebert, Gabrielle Roy, Nicole Brossard and others.
Special Discounted price — $10.00 per copy. Bulk discounts available.
The Geography of Canada Bibliography Series
This series, authored by acclaimed SUNY Plattsburgh professor Tom Rumney, is the benchmark
reference work for all educators interested in the complete scholarship produced on
the geography of Canada. Each comprehensive volume is accompanied by maps and resource
materials. Six volumes are available for purchase: volume 1 — Quebec; volume 2 — The Prairies; volume 3 — Atlantic Canada; volume 4 — Ontario; volume 5 — British Columbia; and, volume 6 — The North.
Price — Volumes 1–6, $25.00 per volume or purchase the set for $110.00.
Canadian Children’s Literature Selected Bibliography
The leading bibliography available on Canadian children’s literature, this volume
produced by Emily Castine, captures the richness of children’s literature written
by Canadian authors about Canada and young Canadians. An ideal resource for teachers,
students and librarians.
Price — $15.00 per copy.