OTTAWA, October 30, 2013 — The University of Ottawa Press (UOP) today announced the most recent titles added to the UOP collection.
Since UOP’s previous launch in October 2012, the Press has added a total of 17 English and French monographs, collective works and journals in a variety of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Works published by UOP include authors and researchers affiliated not only with the University of Ottawa but also postsecondary institutions across Canada and abroad.
UOP is Canada’s oldest French-language university press and the only fully bilingual university press in North America, publishing in both French and English in the social sciences and humanities. Since 1936, over a thousand titles have been published, with 463 in circulation today.
More than 300 electronic documents are currently available in a variety of formats, and, since 2009, each new title is published in print format as well as in digital format, making the University of Ottawa Press a leader in digital publishing.
The UOP acknowledges the financial support of the University of Ottawa, the Minister of Canadian Heritage (Canada Book Fund), Canadian Council for the Arts as well as the support for publication of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences Awards to Scholarly Publications program.