Bibliography of the print collection in the Legacy Project Office library

The books listed here are kept in the Legacy Project office, and are either (1) by UBC faculty, staff, or alumni; (2) primarily about UBC as an institution, or  UBC people past and present; or (3) include significant references to UBC and/or the UBC community.  For the most part we are not including journal articles, which are far too numerous to list here.

The somewhat haphazard nature of the collection is to be accounted for by the fact that the books arrived in our office as gifts, were purchased at sales and donated, or somehow liberated themselves from their previous owners and found their way to our shelves. Should you have any books that might have a UBC connection and that you are willing to part with, please consider donating them to the Legacy Collection.

The listing is alphabetical by surname of the principal author or editor. Books without a named author or editor are listed alphabetically by the first word in the title, not including the word “The”.  On occasion an entry will provide a little information about the author(s) or editor(s), and we hope to add more information along these lines as time goes by. Please let us know if you see any errors, either in the bibliographical entry or in the biographical notes.


 

WRITINGS ABOUT UBC

Adaskin, Harry.  A Fiddler’s Choice: Memoirs 1938 to 1980.  Vancouver, BC: November House, 1982.  [Harry Adaskin was the first Head of the UBC Department of Music, established in 1947.]

Akrigg, G. P. V. Sedgewick: The Man and His Achievement. 11th Garnett Sedgewick Memorial Lecture.  Vancouver, BC: Department of English, 1980. [A UBC alumnus and former student of Sedgewick’s, Akrigg taught in the UBC English Department.]

Bird Calls.  Ed. Peter Macpherson. N.p., n.p.: [1961]. [The UBC student phone directory, 1961-62.]

Bridge, Tyee. UBC: The Next Century. Foreword by Santa J. Ono. Vancouver, BC: Figure 1 Publishing, 2019.

Bruneau, William A. A Matter of Identities: A History of the UBC Faculty Association 1920-1990. Vancouver, BC: Faculty Association of the University of British Columbia, 1990.  [A member of the Faculty of Education, Bruneau was President of the Faculty Association 1992-94.]

Buijs, Larissa.  Robert H. Lee: His Life, Work and the UBC Properties Trust. Vancouver: Echo, 2015.

Calendar of the University of British Columbia, First Session, 1915-16.  Vancouver, British Columbia, 1915. [Similarly for the years 1916-17, 1917-18,1918-19, and 1919-20.  All five are bound in one volume.]

Chestnutt, Maureen Sangster.  Origin and Development of Home Economics Instruction in British Columbia from 1870 to 1951.  Thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Science in Home Economics at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 1975.

Cheung, Winnie L. and Monica Monroy, eds.  Global Connections and Friends for Life: Celebrating 50 Years of the UBC Penticton Visitation Program.  Np.: The University of British Columbia, 2006. [Winnie Cheung was Director of International House at UBC.]

Celebrating Scholarship: Academic Excellence at the University of British Columbia.  Np: Office of the Vice President Academic and Provost, 2004.

Consolidation of the University Act.  University Act, R.S.B.C 1996, c.468. UBC: Office of the University Counsel, n.d.

Cumulative Alphabetical List of AMS Past Executives, Students Council Members, The Ubyssey, The U.B.C. Annual The Totem, Insight, Inside UBC Editors and the U.B.C. Radio Society / CITR – U.B.C. Radio Executives, 1915 – 1987.  N.p.: n.p., September 1986.

Damer, Eric, and Caroline Astell.  No Ordinary Mike: Michael Smith, Nobel Laureate. Foreword by Richard J. Roberts. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale Press, 2004.

Damer, Eric, and Herbert Rosengarten. UBC: The first 100 years. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia, 2009.

Damer, Eric. Discovery by Design: The Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University of British Columbia, Origins and History: 1907-2001. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale Press, 2002.

Dattilo, Maurizio & Judith Saltman.  Forty Years of Library Education: The School of Library, Archival, & Information Studies, University of British Columbia, 1961-2001.  The University of British Columbia: School of Library, Archival, & Information Studies, 2001.

Djwa, Sandra.  Professing English at UBC: The Legacy of Roy Daniells and Garnett Sedgewick.  The 1999 Garnett Sedgewick Memorial Lecture. Vancouver , BC: Ronsdale Press, 2000.  [Sandra Djwa, a graduate of UBC, became Head of the English Department at Simon Fraser University.]

Djwa, Sandra: Professing English: A Life of Roy Daniells. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002.

Eich, Eric, Andrew Witt, and Joanne L. Elliott, eds.  UBC Psychology at Fifty. N.p.: n.p., 2009.

Fee, Margery.  “Puck’s Green England and the Professor of English: Post-colonial Fantasies at the University of British Columbia.” University of Toronto Quarterly 64.3 (1995): 398-416.

Fralic, Shelley.  The Age of Walter Gage: How One Canadian Shaped the Lives of Thousands. Foreword by Jim McEwen. Photo research by Kate Bird. Vancouver, BC: The Friends of Walter Gage, 2017.

Fredeman, William E. Roy Daniells 1902-1979. The Royal Society of Canada, 1979.

Gibson, William C. Wesbrook and His University. Vancouver, BC: The Library of The University of British Columbia, 1973.

Gibson, William C. No Time to Slow Down. Vancouver, BC: UBC Alumni Association, 1996.

Godfrey, Ellen.  By Reason of Doubt: The Belshaw Case.  Toronto and Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin, 1981.

Goldfarb, Sheldon. The Hundred-Year Trek: A History of Student Life at UBC. Foreword by the Right Honourable Kim Cambell.  Victoria, BC: Heritage House, 2017.  [Goldfarb is a UBC alumnus, and Archivist for the AMS.]

Goldrick-Jones, Amanda.  “Rhetorics of Dissension: The Political Science Affair at UBC.” Proceedings of the Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric 6 (1995-97), 44-55.

Grace, J.R., L.W. Shemilt, B.D. Bowen, N. Epstein, K.J. Smith, A.P. Watkinson, K.L. Pinder, and E.L. Watson. Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of British Columbia: A History. Vancouver, BC: Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, 2006.

The Graduate Chronicle. Published by the Alumni Association, 1931-48; then as The UBC Alumni Chronicle 1948-2000; then as Trek 2001-present.  From 1931 to 1939 the Graduate Chronicle was published annuallythe Legacy Project has the issues for July 1935 and May 1936.

The Great Trek: Sixty-Second Anniversary.  Coordinated by Jonathan Mercer.  Vancouver: Alma Mater Society of UBC, 1984.

Hawthorn, Audrey.  A Labour of Love: The Making of the Museum of Anthropology, UBC: The Frst Three Decades, 1947-1976.  Museum Note  No. 33. Vancouver, BC: UBC Museum of Anthropology, 1993.

Indian Masterpieces from the Walter and Marianne Koerner Collection in the Museum of Anthropology, The University of British Columbia.  Foreword by Michael Ames, preface by Walter C. Koerner.  Vancouver: The University of British Columbia Press, 1975. [Part of a boxed set: see Northwest Coast Indian Artefacts from the H. R. MacMillan Collections….]

Kerekes, Richard J. The University of British Columbia Pulp and Paper Centre: Early Years. Vancouver, BC: Pulp and Paper Centre, UBC, 2017.

Kirkness, Verna J., and Jo-ann Archibald. The First Nations Longhouse: Our Home Away from Home. Vancouver, BC: First Nations House of Learning, 2001.

Klenman, Norman (ed.).  The Great Trek:Twenty-Fifth Anniversary, October Twenty-Ninth, 1947. [Vancouver, BC]: University of British Columbia, 1947.  [A commemorative booklet.]

Laquian, Eleanor R. (ed.). Design for the Next Millennium: The C. K. Choi Building for the Institute of Asian Research. Foreword by David W. Strangway.  Vancouver, BC: Institute of Asian Research, 1996.

List of Members of Convocation: Election Register, February, 1951.  Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia, 1951. [A list of all graduates of UBC, and of others “who have become Members of Convocation under Section 12 of the University Act.”]

Logan, Harry T. Tuum Est: A History of the University of British Columbia. Foreword by N. A. M. MacKenzie.  Vancouver: The University of British Columbia, 1958.

Louis, Beverly and Louanne Twaites, eds.  Golden Years: Celebrating 50 Years of Pharmacy at UBC, 1946-1996. Vancouver, BC: Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UBC, 1996.

Macdonald, John Barfoot.  Excellence & Responsibility. Inaugural address of the fourth President of UBC, 25 October 1962.  Ed. Malcolm F. McGregor.  Vancouver, BC: n.p., n.d.

Macdonald, John B. Higher Education in British Columbia and a Plan for the Future. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia, 1962.

Magnus, Lesley, and Hash Kanjee. UBC Women’s Field Hockey: Celebrating 100 Years. Vancouver, BC: UBC Women’s Field Hockey, 2015.

Marchak, M. Patricia. Racism, Sexism, and the University: The Political Science Affair at the University of British Columbia. Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen’s UP, 1996.

Nemetz, Peter N., ed.  The Vancouver Institute: An Experiment in Public Education. Vancouver, BC: JBA Press, 1998.

Northwest Coast Indian Artefacts from the H. R. MacMillan Collections in the Museum of Anthropology, The University of British Columbia.  Foreword by Michael M. Ames.  Vancouver: The University of British Columbia Press, 1975. [Part of a boxed set: see Indian Masterpieces from the Walter and Marianne Koerner Collection in the Museum of Anthropology….]

Patterson, Frank Porter.  The Cutting Edge: Reminiscences of Surgery at the Vancouver General Hospital and the University of British Columbia. Vancouver: Hatzic Publishing, 2000.

Pue, W. Wesley.  Law School: The Story of Legal Education in British Columbia. Vancouver, BC: Faculty of Law, UBC, 1995.

Pue, W. Wesley, ed.  Pepper in Our Eyes: The APEC Affair.  Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 2000.

Report of the President.  Beginning in 1929, the Report of the President, subsequently titled Annual Report, summarizes the year’s activities.  The Reports are available online at https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/ubcpublications/presrep; also (for Reports since 2012) at annualreport.ubc.ca.  The Legacy Project collection has copies for the years 1962-1963, 1963-1964, 1964-1965, 1965-1966, 1966-1967.

Return: A Commemorative Yearbook in Honour of the Japanese Canadian Students of 1942. Vancouver: The Ubyssey, 2012. [Biographies of some of the UBC Japanese-Canadian students who were not permitted to complete their studies because of the outbreak of war in December 1941. The biographies were compiled by Mary and Tosh Kitagawa.]

Roan, Neill Archer.  Scale + timbre: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, Bing Thom Architects. Foreword by Arthur C. Erickson. London (UK): Black Dog Publishing, 2002.

Roy, Reginald H.  Sherwood Lett: His Life and Times.  Vancouver: UBC Alumni Association, 1991.

Shorthouse,Tom, Elisabeth Jupp, Eleanor Mercer, Jay Kincaid, and Anne Yandle.  Scrapbook for a Golden Anniversary: The University of British Columbia Library 1915-1965. N.p.: n.p., [1965].

Shrum, Gordon, with Peter Stursberg. An Autobiography. Edited by Clive Cocking. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1986.

Skene, Wayne.  UBC: A Portrait.  Vancouver: The University of British Columbia, 2003.

Smith, J. Harry G.  UBC Forestry 1921-1990: An Informal History. Vancouver: The UBC Faculty of Forestry, 1990.

Sopron alumni U.B.C. Sopron Chronicle: Hungarian Foresters in the Western World 1919-1986.  Selmec, Sopron, Vancouver: Rakoczi Foundation, Toronto, 1986.  Part One: “Hungarian Foresters in Canada,” by Kalman J. Roller; Part Two: “Chronicle,”  by Sopron alumni U.B.C.

Stewart, Lee.  “It’s Up to You”: Women at UBC in the Early Years. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1990.

[Sturtevant, Wanda.]  UBC Women’s Resources Centre: The First 25 Years, 1973-1998; A Unique Model of Learning and Change.  Vancouver: University of British Columbia, 1998.

Todd, Robert B.  Homer Armstrong Thompson (1906-2000) & the University of British Columbia: A Memorial Tribute. Vancouver, BC: Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies, 2001.  [Todd was a professor in the CNERS Department.]

Todd, Robert B.  Classical Studies at the University of British Columbia 1915-1975: A Brief History. With the Memoirs of Alumni from Five Generations.  Revised 2nd. ed. Foreword by Phillip E. Harding.  Vancouver, BC: Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies, 2001.

The Totem.  This was the annual compilation of reports on the year’s activities and the names of the graduating class listed by Faculty. From 1916-1925 it was published as the Annual; from 1926 to 1966 it appeared as The Totem.  The Legacy Project has copies for the following years: 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1942, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1960.  Wartime conditions led to a suspension of The Totem in 1943 and 1944; in 1943 the Ubyssey published a “Graduation Issue”; and in 1944 a truncated version of the Totem appeared under the title Totie.  Copies of both these editions are in the Legacy office.

Trek magazine.  Successor to UBC Alumni Chronicle; starting 2001, published twice a year in print, four times a year online, by alumni UBC  ( https://trekmagazine.alumni.ubc.ca/  )  Legacy has a broken run from Spring 2001 (no. 1) to Fall 2019.  See entry for Graduate Chronicle above.

Tucker, Frances.  The First Fifty Years: 1916-1966. {Vancouver, BC]: The Alumni Association of the University of British Columbia, [1966].  [A history of the UBC Alumni Association.]

UBC Alumni Chronicle.  Published quarterly by the UBC Alumni Association, 1948-2000.  See entry for the Graduate Chronicle above.  Legacy holds vol. 52, no.3; vol. 53, nos. 1 and 3; vol. 54, nos. 2 and 3.

The Ubyssey.  UBC’s student newspaper.  Legacy holds a complete run of print copies for Vols. 1-3: 1918-19, 1919-20; 1920-21.

The University of British Columbia Alumni Directory 1992. Vancouver, BC: The University of British Columbia,  1992.

The University of British Columbia: B.C.’s Centre of Teaching and Research in the Health Sciences.  Written by Audrey Grescoe; edited by Stephen Crombie. Vancouver: The UBC Community Relations Office, [1992].

The University of British Columbia: Descriptive Outline of Courses Offered. Prepared by the University Extension Committee.  Vancouver: The University of British Columbia, January 1919.  [The signature “Blythe Eagles” appears a number of times throughout the booklet.  Eagles entered UBC as a student in 1918, and would eventually become Dean of Agriculture, 1949-67.]

The University Gazette.  Holdings from vol. 4, no. 7, September 1965 – vol. 16, no. 6, July 5, 1977.

UBC Forestry 1990-2001: An Informal History. Vancouver, BC: Faculty of Forestry, n.d. [This continues the history of the Faculty 1921-1990 written by by J. H. G. Smith; see above.]

Van Evra, Jennifer.  The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts at 20. Vancouver: Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, 2017.

Waite, P. B. Lord of Point Grey: Larry Mackenzie of UBC. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1987.

Watson, Alan. Catch On and Run With It: The Sporting Life and Times of Dr. Bob Hindmarch. Np: AJW Books, 2012.  [Inscribed: “To Fred Hume: a great friend, historian, & supporter.  Thank you for all your help & friendship.  Best regards, Bob.  Katherine, Thank you for your friendship & support also.  Cheers, Bob.”] [Alan Watson is a native of Nelson, BC and a graduate of Concordia University, Montreal.]

Wells, Don. Minds and Motion: Celebrating the People and History of the UBC School of Kinesiology. UBC, Vancouver, BC: The School of Kinesiology, 2018.  [Inscribed, “To Professor Santa Ono, Best wishes and good health always! Don Wells, Sept 20/2018” ]

Wells, Don. Flight of the Thunderbirds: A century of varsity sport at the University of British Columbia.  Vancouver: Dept. of Athletics and Recreation, UBC, 2007.

Woodcock. George and Tim Fitzharris.  The University of British Columbia: A Souvenir. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1986.  [Woodcock was a member of the UBC English Department, and founding editor of the journal Canadian Literature.]

Zilm, Glennis and Ethel Warbinek.  Legacy: History of Nursing Education at the University of British Columbia, 1919-1994.  Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia School of Nursing, 1994. [Both Zilm and Warbinek graduated from the UBC School of Nursing.  Zilm entered the field of journalism, and Warbinek joined the School as a faculty member.]

 


GENERAL WORKS  (POETRY, FICTION, CRITICISM, HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, ANTHOLOGIES, etc.)

Abbey, Lloyd. Selected Poems 1959 to 1989. Coquitlam, BC: Cacanadadada Press, 1989.

Abbey, Lloyd, and Gail Fox. Flies / Flight of the Pterodactyl. Ottawa, ON: Oberon Press, 1973.

Abbey, Lloyd, and John Ferns. The Antlered Boy. Fredericton, NB: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1970.

Akrigg, G.P.V. (Editor) Letters of King James VI & I. Berkeley, CA: U of California P, 1984. [Philip Akrigg was a graduate of the UBC English Department, and subsequently taught in the Department until his retirement.]

Akrigg, G.P.V. Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1968.

Akrigg, G.P.V., and Helen B. Akrigg. 1001 British Columbia Place Names (3rd edition [revised] of a British Columbia Best Seller). Vancouver BC: Discovery Press, 1969.

Akrigg G.P.V, and Helen B. Akrigg. British Columbia Chronicle 1778-1846: Adventures by Sea and Land. Vancouver, BC: Discovery Press, 1975.

Akrigg, G.P.V., and Helen B. Akrigg. British Columbia Place Names. Third edition. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 1997.

Alldritt, Keith. The Visual Imagination of D.H. Lawrence. London, Engl: Edward Arnold, 1971.

Allingham, Philip V.  “Six Original Illustrations for Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles, drawn by Sir Hubert von Herkomer, R. A., for The Graphic (1891).”  The Thomas Hardy Journal 10.1 (February 1994), 52-70.

Altick, Richard D., and Andrea A. Lunsford. Preface to Critical Reading.  Sixth edition, revised by Lunsford. New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984.

Arrouzé, Eric. Child to Chef Series: A Gourmand in Training: A Memoir with Recipes. Vancouver, BC: Carpe Diem Consulting, 2013.

Barman, Jean.  Sojourning Sisters: The Lives and Letters of Jessie and Annie McQueen. Toronto, ON: U of Toronto P, 2003.

Barman, Jean. The West Beyond the West: A History of British Columbia. Toronto, ON: U of Toronto P, 1991.

Barrett, Anthony A. Livia: First Lady of Imperial Rome. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 2002.

Bates, David V. Five Minutes Into the “Eroica”. Vancouver, BC: Dr. David V. Bates, 1997. [David Bates was Dean of the UBC Faculty of Medicine.]

Belshaw, Cyril S. Towers Besieged: The Dilemma of the Creative University. Toronto, ON: McClelland and Stewart, 1974.

Berton, Pierre. Starting Out: 1920-1947.  Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1987.  [Author and broadcaster, Berton was a UBC alumnus and an editor of UBC’s student newspaper, the Ubyssey.]

Besner, Neil K. The Lights of Imagination: Mavis Gallant’s Fiction. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 1988.  [Besner obtained his PhD at UBC before joining the University of Winnipeg, where he became Provost and VP Academic.]

Birks, Roberta, Tomi Eng, and Julie Walchli. Landmarks: A Process Reader (first edition). Scarborough, ON: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1998.

Birks, Roberta,  Tomi Eng, and Julie Walchli. Landmarks: A Process Reader (second edition). Toronto, ON: Pearson Education Canada, 2004.  [The editors were UBC graduates; Birks and Walchli also taught in the UBC English Department.]

Birney, Earle. Spreading Time: Remarks on Canadian Writing and Writers 1904-1949. Revised edition. Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1989.  [Birney was a UBC alumnus, and taught in the UBC English Department 1946-65.]

Birney, Earle. Fall By Fury & Other Makings. Toronto, ON: McClelland and Stewart, 1978.

Birney, Earle. Ghost in the Wheels: The Selected Poems of Earle Birney. Toronto, ON: McClelland and Stewart, 1977.

Birney, Earle. Rag & Bone Shop. Toronto, ON: McClelland and Stewart, 1971.

Blake, Donald E., with the collaboration of David J. Elkins and Richard Johnston. Two Political Worlds: Parties and Voting in British Columbia. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 1985.  [All three authors are members of the UBC Political Science Department.]

Blakey, Dorothy, and A. C. Cooke. The Preparation of Term Essays. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia, 1948. [Dorothy Blakey was an Associate Professor of English; A. C. Cooke was a Professor of History.

Blakey, Dorothy, and A. C. Cooke. The Preparation of Term Essays. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia, 1957. [A revised edition of the earlier publication.]

Blom, Margaret Howard.  Charlotte Brontë. Boston, MA: G. K. Hall & Co., 1977. [Margaret Blom was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Blom, Margaret Howard, and Thomas E. Blom. Canada Home: Juliana Horatia Ewing’s Fredericton Letters, 1867-1869. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 1983.

Blom, Thomas E.  The Secret Lives of Richard Andre (1834-1907).  The Helene E. Stubbs Memorial Lectures, no. 2.  Toronto: Toronto Public Library, 1990.

Bongie, Laurence L. David Hume: Prophet of the Counter-revolution. London, Eng: Oxford UP, 1965.  [Laurence Bongie was Head of the UBC Department of French.]

Boraks-Nemetz, Lillian. Ghost Children. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale Press, 2000.  [Boraks-Nemetz taught creative writing in UBC’s Continuing Studies.]

Bowering, George. Baseball Love. Vancouver, BC: Talonbooks, 2006. [George Bowering, poet and SFU professor, received his MA from UBC.]

Brennan, Pegeen. Release. Fredericton, NB: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1978.

Bringhurst, Robert. Native American Oral Literatures and the Unity of the Humanities. Vancouver, BC: The University of British Columbia, 1998.

Brown, Judy. Writing Effective Essays: A Guide for First- and Second-Year English Students at the University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC: The University of British Columbia, 1997.

Brown, Judy. Writing Effective Essays: A Guide for First- and Second-Year English Students at the University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC: The University of British Columbia, 2002.  [11th printing of 1st edition.]

Brown, Judy. See Hodges, John C.

Bruneau, William A., and David Gordon Duke. Jean Coulthard: A Life in Music. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale Press, 2005.

Bruneau, William A., and Donald C. Savage. Counting Out the Scholars: The Case Against Performance Indicators in Higher Education (How Performance Indicators Undermine Universities and Colleges). Toronto, ON: James Lorimer, 2002.

Brydon, Diana, and Helen Tiffin. Decolonising Fictions. Sydney, N.S.W.: Dangaroo Press, 1993. [Brydon was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Bullock, Michael. Randolph Cranstone and the Pursuing River. Vancouver, BC: Rainbird Press, 1975.

Caddel, Richard, and Peter Quartermain, eds. Other: British and Irish Poetry Since 1970. Hanover, NH and London: Wesleyan University Press, University Press of New England, 1999.

Cameron, Elspeth. Earle Birney: A Life. Toronto: Viking, 1994.

Campbell, Colin, and Bert A. Rockman, eds. The George W. Bush Presidency: Appraisals and Prospects. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2004. [Colin Campbell taught in the UBC Political Science Department.]

Campbell, Kim. Time and Chance: The Political Memoirs of Canada’s First Woman Prime Minister.  Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1996.  [Campbell is a UBC alumna, and in 1993 became Canada’s first woman Prime Minister.]

Canitz, A. E. Christa, and Gernot R. Wieland, eds. From Arabye to Engelond: Medieval Studies in Honour of Mahmoud Manzalaoui on His 75th Birthday. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa Press, 1999.  [Includes essays by UBC faculty members Hanna E. Cassis, C. J. G. Turner, Derek C. Carr, J. Kieran Kealy, Laurel Brinton, Paul Burns, Gernot Wieland, and Patricia Merivale.  Manzalaoui taught at UBC 1969-89.  Contributors Beryl Rowland and Christa Canitz  were graduates of the UBC English Department; Rowland’s 1962 PhD was the first to be granted by the department.]

Carr, Paul A., Shawna Muhic, and Barbara Zeigler. For/Toward: University of British Columbia Visual Art Graduation Show 2006. Vancouver, BC: Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, 2006.

Carty, R. Kenneth. Big Tent Politics: The Liberal Party’s Long Mastery of Canada’s Public Life. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 2015. [Carty was  twice Head of the Department of Political Science at UBC.]

Cavell, Richard.  McLuhan in Space: A Cultural Geography.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002.

Chamberlin, J. Edward.  Civil & Uncivil Society; or Fostered Alike by Beauty and by Fear.  The 2004 George Woodcock Memorial Lecture.  Vancouver: The Program in Canadian Studies & The Library, UBC, 2005. [A UBC alumnus, Chamberlin was Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Toronto.]

Clark, Howard C. Growth and Governance of Canadian Universities: An Insider’s View. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 2003.

Clyne, J.V. Jack of All Trades: Memories of a Busy Life. Toronto, ON: McClelland and Stewart, 1985.

Colbeck, Norman.  A Bookman’s Catalogue: The Norman Colbeck Collection of Nineteenth-Century and Edwardian Poetry and Belles Lettres in the Special Collections of The University of British Columbia . 2 vols. Volume 1, A – L;  Volume 2, M – End. Edited by Tirthankar Bose. With an introduction by William E. Fredeman. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 1987.

Corbett, E.A. Henry Marshall Tory: A Biography. Introduction by Doug Owram. Foreword by Chancellor Sandy A. Mactaggart.  Edmonton, AB: U of Alberta P, 1992.

Coren, Stanley. How to Speak Dog: Mastering the Art of Dog-Human Communication. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 2000.

Coupland, Douglas, introd.  The Vancouver Stories: West Coast Fiction from Canada’s Best Writers.  Includes stories by Coupland, Pauline Johnson, Ethel Wilson, Malcolm Lowry, Alice Munro, George Bowering, Wayson Choy, Stephen Osborne, William Gibson, Lee Maracle, Shani Mootoo, Zsuzsi Gartner, Timothy Taylor, Madeleine Thien. Vancouver, BC: Raincoast Books, 2005.

Danielson, Dennis. The Cambridge Companion to Milton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.  [Danielson was Head of the English Department at UBC.]

Davey, Frank, ed. Tish, No. 1~19. Vancouver, BC: Talonbooks, 1975. [Davey obtained an MA from UBC’s English Department.]

Dawson, Anthony B. Shakespeare in Performance: Hamlet. Manchester, Eng. and New York: Manchester University Press, 1995.

Dawson, Anthony B. Indirections: Shakespeare and the Art of Illusion. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1978.

De Bruyn, Jan, ed.  Prose Readings. Adventures in Appreciation, vol. 2.  Don Mills (Toronto): Longmans Canada, 1964.

Delany, Paul. Vancouver: Representing the Postmodern City. Vancouver, BC: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1994.

Denham, Paul and Mary Jane Edwards.  Canadian Literature in the 70’s. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart & Winston of Canada, 1980.  [Edwards taught in the UBC Engli8sh Department.]

Dennison, John D., Gordon Jones, Alex Tunner, and Glen C. Forrester. The Impact of Community Colleges: A Study of the College Concept in British Columbia. Vancouver, BC: BC Research, 1975.  [This copy signed by Douglas Kenny, then President of UBC.]

Dennison, John D., and Paul Gallagher. Canada’s Community Colleges: A Critical Analysis. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 1986.

Dickens, Charles. Introduction and notes by Marion B. Smith. A Christmas Carol. Victoria, BC: Department of Education, n.d. [Marion Smith taught in the UBC English Department.]

Dickinson, Peter.  Screening Gender, Framing Genre: Canadian Literature into Film.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007.

Dilworth, Ira, ed. Nineteenth Century Poetry.  Prefatory Note by G. G. Sedgewick. Toronto, ON: Copp Clark, 1931. [Dilworth was a CBC administrator, conductor of the Bach Choir, and a professor in UBC’s English Department 1934-38.]

Dilworth, Ira, ed. Twentieth Century Verse: An Anthology. Toronto, ON: Clarke, Irwin, 1945.

Doheny, John.  “Seeking the Living Body of Reality: Women in Love and the Social Fabric.” A Mere Interlude: Some Literary Visitors in Lyonesse, ed. M. Hardie (Newmill: The Patten Press, 1992), 75-86.  [John Doheny taught in the UBC English Department.]

Dollinger, Stefan. New-dialect Formation in Early Canada: The Modal Auxiliaries in Ontario English, 1776-1850. PhD thesis, University of Vienna, 2006.

Drabek, Jan. Vladimir Krajina: World War II Hero and Ecology Pioneer. Vancouver, BC : Ronsdale Press, 2012.  [Krajina was a Professor of Forestry at UBC until his retirement in 1970.]

Drance, Stephen M. The Golden Highway. Vancouver, BC: n.p., n.d.

Duffek, Karen and Charlotte Townsend-Gault, eds. Bill Reid and Beyond: Expanding on Modern Native Art. Vancouver & Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre; Seattle, WA: U of Washington Press, 2004.  [The editors and a number of the authors collected here have strong UBC connections.  Inscribed by Duffek.]

Durrant, Geoffrey. William Wordsworth. British Authors: Introductory Critical Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1969. [Durrant was Head of the UBC English Department 1966-69.]

Durrant, Geoffrey. Wordsworth and the Great System: A Study of Wordsworth’s Poetic Universe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970.

Echard, Siân, and Gernot R. Wieland (eds).  Anglo-Latin and Its Heritage: Essays in Honour of A.G. Rigg on his 64th Birthday. Publications of The Journal of Medieval Latin  4. Turnhout,  Belgium: Brepols, 2001.  [At different times, both Echard and Wieland served as Heads of the UBC English Department.]

Edwards, Mary Jane. Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts: Public Workshop on Editorial Principles and Procedures 1983. Essays by Herbert J. Rosengarten, William E. Fredeman, John M. Robson, J.A.W. Gunn, R. G. Laird. Ottawa, ON: Carleton University, 1983.

Egan, Susanna. Mirror Talk: Genres of Crisis in Contemporary Autobiography. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1999. [Egan was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Egan, Susanna.  Patterns of Experience in Autobiography. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1984.

Egoff, Sheila A., and Ronald Hagler. Books That Shaped Our Minds. Vancouver: The University of British Columbia Library, 1998.  [A bibliography of “selections chiefly from the Arkley Collection of Early & Historical Children’s Literature “ in UBC’s Archives and Special Collections.]  [Egoff and Hagler were professors in the UBC School of Librarianship.]

Evans, David, ed.  The Life and Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves, by Tobias Smollett.  London: Oxford University Press, 1973.  {Evans was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Fee, Margery, and Ruth Cawker. Canadian Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography. Toronto, ON: Peter Martin Associates, 1976. [Fee taught in the UBC English Department.]

Fiamengo, Marya. The Quality of Halves and Other Poems. Vancouver, BC: Klanak Press, 1958. [Fiamengo was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Fielding, K.J., and Michael K. Goldberg, Fred Kaplan, Christine Bunting, Janet M. James.  Lectures on Carlyle & His Era — with a Catalogue of Art Works & Photographs Together with the Third Supplement to the Carlyle Holdings in the Norman & Charlotte Strouse Collection of Thomas Carlyle and the University Library. Edited by Jerry D. James and Rita B. Bottoms. Preface by Allan J. Dyson.  Santa Cruz, CA: University of California, 1985.  [Michael Goldberg was a Professor in the UBC English Department.]

Flick, Jane, and Celia Millward. Handbook for Writers. Third Canadian Edition. Toronto, ON: Harcourt Brace Canada, 1999.  [Jane Flick was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Flick, Jane.  See Hodges, John C.

Flick, Jane.  See Millward, Celia.

Fogel, Stanley. A Tale of Two Countries: Contemporary Fiction in English Canada and the United States. Toronto, ON: ECW Press, 1984. [Stan Fogel obtained a PhD from UBC before going on to teach at St. Jerome’s College, University of Waterloo.]

For the Contemplative Man: A Bibliography of Works Related to Angling and Sport Fishing in the University of British Columbia Library. Compiled under the direction of Lee Perry.  Introd. Art Lingren. Vancouver: The University of British Columbia Library, 2002.

For/Toward: University of British Columbia Visual Art Graduation Show 2006. Foreword by Gu Xiong; introd. by Phillip McCrum.  Vancouver: UBC Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, 2006.

Foster, John Wilson. The Titanic Complex: A Cultural Manifest. Vancouver, BC: Belcouver Press, 1997.

Fraser, Gail. Interweaving Patterns in the Works of Joseph Conrad. Studies in Modern Literature , No. 81. Ann Arbor, MI; London, Engl.: UMI Research, 1988.

Fraser, Keath. Foreign Affairs. Toronto, ON: Stoddart Publishing, 1985.  [Fraser was a graduate of the UBC English Department.]

Fredeman, William E.  “Tennyson and His Bibliographers.” Rpt from Review 12 (1990). 36 pp.

Fredeman, William E. “Pre-Raphaelite Novelist Manqué: Oliver Maddox Brown.” Rpt. from the Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 51. 1 (Autumn 1968), 27-72.

Fredeman, William E.  “Two Uncollected Bibliographers: Simon Harcourt Nowell-Smith and Michael Trevanion of Erewhon”.  Rpt. from The Book Collector, Winter 1989.  20pp.

Fredeman, William E. “Silent Margins.” Rpt. from Essays in Criticism 43.2 (April 1993), 157-65. (A review of  Lynne Pearce, Woman/Image/Text: Readings in Pre-Raphaelite Art and Literature. )

Fuchs, Miriam, and Craig Howes. Teaching Life Writing Texts. New York, NY: The Modern Language Association of America, 2007.

Furberg, Jon, and Richard Hopkins. College Style Sheet (revised 1988). Vancouver, BC: Vancouver Community College Press, 1988.  [Furberg was a UBC alumnus who taught at Vancouver Community College, Langara campus. Hopkins taught in UBC’s School of Library, Archival and Information Studies.]

Garcia, Eileen J. Beyond Jericho: Growing Up Blind and Resilient: The Story of Isabel Beveridge, as told to Eileen J. Garcia. Nanaimo, BC: Aeda House Press, 2003. [Isabel Beveridge was the first blind student to graduate from UBC.]

Gaston, Bill. Midnight Hockey: All about Beer, the Boys, and the Real Canadian Game. Np: Anchor Canada, 2007. [Bill Gaston is a UBC alumnus, and taught at UBC before moving to the University of Victoria.]

Gaston, Bill. Gargoyles: Stories. Toronto, ON: House of Anansi Press, 2006.

Gaston, Bill. Mount Appetite. Vancouver, BC: Raincoast Books, 2002.

Geller, Larry. Apples, Walnuts and Wine: A Spiritual Map of Winnipeg. Winnipeg, MB: Queenston House, 1980. [Geller was a UBC alumnus.]

Gerson, Carole. A Purer Taste: The Writing and Reading of Fiction in English in Nineteenth-Century Canada. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1989. [A graduate of UBC’s  English Department, Gerson taught at Simon Fraser University.]

Gibson, William C. Medical Comets: Scholarly Contributions by Medical Undergraduates. Vancouver, BC: UBC Alumni Association, 1997.

Giles, Jack (ed). The Splendour of the Law — Allan McEachern: A Tribute to a Life in the Law: An Anthology of Essays. Toronto and Oxford: Dundurn Press, 2001.

Giltrow, Janet, with Daniel Burgoyne, Richard Gooding, and Marlene Sawatsky. Academic Writing: An Introduction. Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2005. [Giltrow, Burgoyne, and Gooding taught in the UBC English Department; Sawatsky in the English Department at Simon Fraser University.]

Gleason, Mona, Tamara Myers, Leslie Paris, and Veronica Strong-Boag, eds. Lost Kids: Vulnerable Children and Youth in Twentieth-Century Canada and the United States. Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 2010.

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. Goethe’s Poems. Translated by Graham Good. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale Press, 2015.

Goldberg, Michael K.  “Gigantic Philistines: Carlyle, Dickens, and the Visual Arts.” In Lectures on Carlyle & His Era, by Fred Kaplan, Michael Goldberg, and K. J. Fielding; ed. J. D. James and R. Bottoms.  UC Santa Cruz: The University Library, 1985, 17-43.  [Goldberg taught in the UBC English Department.]

Goldfarb, Sheldon. William Makepeace Thackeray: An Annotated Bibliography, 1976-1987. New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1989. [A graduate of the UBC English Department, Goldfarb became Archivist of the UBC Alma Mater Society.]

Good, Graham. The Observing Self: Rediscovering the Essay. London, Eng: Routledge, 1988. [Good taught in the UBC English Department.]

Good, Graham, trans. and introd.  Goethe’s Poems: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale, 2015.

Good, Graham, transl. and introd.  Rilke’s Late Poetry: Duino Elegies, The Sonnets to Orpheus, Selected Last Poems.  Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale Press, 2005.

Goodwin, David, and Jill Tomasson Goodwin(Editors). Proceedings of the Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric / Actes de la Société canadienne pour l’étude de la Rhétorique — Volume 6, 1994-97. Waterloo, ON: Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric / Actes de la Société canadienne pour l’étude de la Rhétorique, 1997.

Gose Jr., Elliott B. Imagination Indulged: The Irrational in the Nineteenth-Century Novel. Montreal and London: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1972. [Gose was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Gosselin, Viviane, and Phaedra Livingstone (eds). Museums and the Past: Constructing Historical Consciousness. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 2016.

Grace, Sherrill. Canada and the Idea of North. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2001; first pb edition, 2007.  [Grace was Head of the English Department at UBC.]

Grace, Sherrill, ed.  Satan in a Barrel, and Other Early Stories, by Malcolm Lowry.  Edmonton, Canada: Juvenilia Press, 1999.

Grace, Sherrill E., ed. , with Kathy K. Y. Chung, assistant ed. Sursum Corda! The Collected Letters of Malcolm Lowry , Volume II: 1947-1957. Toronto and Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1997.

Grace, Sherrill E. The Voyage that Never Ends: Malcolm Lowry’s Fiction. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 1982.

Grace, Sherrill, edited by Ken Norris. Violent Duality: A Study of Margaret Atwood. Montréal, QC: Véhicule Press, 1980.

Grace, Sherrill. On the Art of Being Canadian. 

Gregory, Doris. How I Won the War for the Allies: One Sassy Canadian Soldier’s Story. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale Press, 2015.

Grubisic, Brett Josef. The Age of Cities. Vancouver, BC: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2006.

Grubisic, Brett Josef. This Location of Unknown Possibilities: A Novel. Vancouver, BC: Now Or Never Publishing, 2014.

Gu Xiong. Migrations. Guelph, Ontario: The Art Gallery of Guelph, 2018.  “Catalogue of an exhibition scheduled to run for two months in the summer of 2017, at the Galaxy Museum of Contemporary Art in Chongqing, China, but was shut down by authorities.”

Gu Xiong, ed. An Exhibition Never Opened.  “Catalogue of an exhibition scheduled to run for two months in the summer of 2017, at the Galaxy Museum of Contemporary Art in Chongqing, China, but was shut down by authorities.”  [Inscribed “To: President Ono, from: Gu Xiong, 2018.”]  [ Gu Xiong was a Professor in the UBC Department of Art History, Visual Art & Theory.]

Guilbaut, Serge, Maureen Ryan, and Scott Watson (eds.) Théodore Géricault: The Alien Body: Tradition in Chaos. Vancouver, BC: Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, 1997.

Habenicht, Rudolph E.,  J. A. Lavin, and R. W. Ingram. World Shakespeare Congress, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, August 20-28, 1971. Burnaby, BC: Simon Fraser University, 1971. [J. A. Lavin and Reginald Ingram were professors in the UBC English Department.]

Harcourt, Mike, with Wayne Skene. Mike Harcourt: A Measure of Defiance.  Vancouver and Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, 1996.  [A UBC alumnus, Harcourt was Mayor of Vancouver, then NDP Premier of British Columbia.]

Harling, Michael. Peter Forsberg.  Swedish transl. Ove Fransson.  Np: B. Wahlströms, 2000.  [Originally published as Hockey Heroes, Peter Forsberg, by Graystone Books.]  [Signed M. Harling, B.Comm.’83]

Harlow, Robert. Making Arrangements. Toronto: ON: McClelland and Stewart, 1978.

Harlow, Robert. Royal Murdoch. Toronto, ON: Macmillan of Canada, 1962.

Harris, R. Cole, and Elizabeth Phillips (eds). Letters from Windermere 1912~1914. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 1984.

Hatch, Ronald B. Crabbe’s Arabesque: Social Drama in the Poetry of George Crabbe. Montreal and London: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1976.

Hay, John E., and Timothy R. Oke. The Climate of Vancouver. B.C. Geographical Series 23. Vancouver, BC: Tantalus Research, 1976.

Heckscher, William S. “Recorded from Dark Recollection” — from De Artibus Opuscula XL: Essays in Honour of Erwin Panofsky. New York, NY: New York University, 1961.

Helliwell, John F. Globalization and Well-Being. Brenda and David McLean Canadian Studies Series. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 2002.

Hodges, John C., Mary E. Whitten, Judy Brown, and Jane Flick. Harbrace College Handbook for Canadian Writers. Third edition. Toronto: HBJ Canada, 1990.  [Judy Brown and Jane Flick were both members of the UBC English Department.]

Hodgins, Jack. Distance: A Novel. Toronto, ON: McClelland & Stewart, 2003. [Hodgins is an alumnus of UBC, and the recipient of a UBC honorary degree.]

Hoeniger, F. D., J. A. Lavin, and B. W. Jackson(Editors).  Shakespeare Series: Volume I — King Lear / Twelfth Night / Antony & Cleopatra (College Classics in English). General Editor: Northrop Frye.  St. Martin’s, NB: Macmillan, 1968.

Hopwood, Victor G., ed.  Travels in Western North America, 1784-1812, by David Thompson.  Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1971.  [Hopwood was a UBC alumnus and a member of the English Department.]

Horn, Michiel.  Academic Freedom in Canada: A History.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999. [UBC figures quite prominently in this study–not always to its credit.]

Howard, Irene. Bowen Island 1872-1972. Bowen Island, BC: Bowen Island Historians, 1973.

Hulcoop, John.  See Webb, Phyllis.

Hunt, Ted. In the Company of Heroes. Vancouver, BC: Granville Island Publishing, 2013.  [Hunt recounts his meeting with Alexander Kerensky at UBC in 1968.]

James, Francis. Semantics of the English Subjunctive. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 1986. [James taught in the UBC English Department.]

Johnson, F. Henry. A History of Public Education in British Columbia. Vancouver, BC : UBC Publications Centre, 1964.

Johnson, Lee. Poetria Nova. The St. Thomas Poetry Series. Toronto, ON: Coach House Press, 2014.

Johnson, Lee M. Wordsworth’s Metaphysical Verse: Geometry, Nature, and Form. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1982. [Lee Johnson was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Johnston, Richard, and Campbell Sharman (eds.). Parties and Party Systems: Structure and Context. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 2015.

Johnson, Ronald C.  George Gascoigne.  New York: Twayne, 1972. [Ron Johnson taught in the UBC English Department.]

Jordan, Robert M.  Chaucer and the Shape of Creation: The Aesthetic Possibilities of Inorganic Structure. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1967.  [Jordan was Head of the UBC English Departement.]

Jordan, Robert M.   Chaucer’s Poetics and the Modern Reader.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987.

Kahn, Sharon E., and Dennis Pavlich (eds.). Academic Freedom and the Inclusive University. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 2000.

Kalman, Harold, Ron Phillips, and Robin Ward. Exploring Vancouver: The Essential Architectural Guide. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 1993.

Kanaganayakam, Chelvanayakam “Chelva”. Counterrealism and Indo-Anglian Fiction. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2002. [Kanaganayakam obtained his PhD in English at UBC.]

Keate, Stuart. Paper Boy: The Memoirs of Stuart Keate. Toronto and Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin, 1980.

Kershaw, Ernie and Len Corben.  The Pitching Professor: The Life & Times of Ernie Kershaw, One of Professional Baseball’s Oldest-Living Former Players. Foreword by Fred Hume. North Vancouver, BC: The Little Lonsdale Publishing Co., 2012.  [Kershaw and Corben  were both UBC graduates.]

Kilgallin, Tony. The Canadian Short Story. Toronto and Montreal: Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, 1971. [Kilgallin was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Kitagawa, Muriel, with Roy Miki (ed.). This Is My Own: Letters to Wes & Other Writings on Japanese Canadians, 1941-1948. Vancouver, BC : Talonbooks, 1985.

Klafter, Craig Evan (ed.). The Future of National Identity.  The Boston, Melbourne, Oxford, Vancouver Conversazione on Culture and Society.  Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia, 2007.

Klinck, Carl F. , with Alfred G. Bailey, Claude T. Bissell, Roy Daniells, Northrop Frye, and Desmond Pacey, eds.  Literary History of Canada: Canadian Literature in English.  Rpt. with corrections. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1967.  [Roy Daniells was Professor and Head of the UBC English Department.  Another UBC contributor was Victor G. Hopwood, also of the English Department.]

Kreisel, Henry, edited by Shirley Neuman. Another Country: Writings By and About Henry Kreisel — Volume VII: NeWest Literary Documents Series. Edmonton, AB: NeWest Press, 1985.

Kröller, Eva-Marie, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Kröller, Eva-Marie. Canadian Travellers in Europe, 1851-1900. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 1987. [A member of the UBC English Department, Kroller was editor of the journal Canadian Literature.]

Kröller, Eva-Marie. George Bowering: Bright Circles of Colour. The New Canadian Criticism Series. Vancouver, BC: Talonbooks, 1992.

Kröller, Eva-Marie, Allan Smith, Joshua Mostow, and Robert Kramer  (eds). Pacific Encounters: The Production of Self and Other. Vancouver, BC: Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia, 1997.

Ladner, Leon J. The Ladners of Ladner: By Covered Wagon to the Welfare State. Vancouver, BC: Mitchell Press, 1972.  [Inscription: “To Mrs Margaret F B. Warren (nee Tisdall) a member of an old Vancouver family of distinction and public service. With my compliments and good wishes,  Leon J. Ladner 5 Feb. 1973.”]

Leech, Clifford, and J.M.R. Mergeson, eds. Shakespeare 1971: Proceedings of the World Shakespeare Congress, Vancouver, August 1971. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1972.

Levy, Eric P. Hamlet and the Rethinking of Man. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2008.

Liscombe, Rhodri Windsor, ed.  Architecture and the Canadian Fabric. Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 2011.  [Rhodri Wndsor Liscombe was a professor in UBC’s Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory.]

The Little Brown Book on Being Green. 2nd. ed. N.p.: UBC Waste Reduction Program, July 1996.

Livingston, Michael. Family Medicine: An Inside Look.  Richmond, BC: Orc Enterprises, 1980.  [Inscribed “to Harry Warren with best wishes Michael”]

Long, Bonita C., and Sharon E. Kahn (eds). Women, Work, and Coping: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Workplace Stress. Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen’s University Press, The University of British Columbia Academic Women’s Association, and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Ottawa, 1993.

Lunsford, Andrea and Connors, Robert. The St. Martin’s Handbook.  Second edition. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1992. [Andrea Lunsford taught in the UBC English Department before moving on to Ohio State and Stanford.]

Lunsford, Andrea,  Helene Moglen, and James F. Slevin, eds. The Future of Doctoral Studies in English. New York, NY: The Modern Language Association of America, 1989.

Lunsford, Andrea A.  See Altick, Richard D.

Lyon, Annabel. Imagining Ancient Women.  Henry Kreisel Memorial Lecture Series.  Edmonton, AB: U of Alberta P, 2012.

Macaree, David.  Daniel Defoe and the Jacobite Movement. Elizabethan & Renaissance Studies 42.  Salzburg, Austria: Institut fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universitat Salzburg, 1980. [Macaree was a member of the UBC English Department.]

Macdonald, D. L. & Kathleen Scherf, eds.  Frankenstein: Or, The Modern Prometheus, by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: The 1818 Version. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview, 1994.  Second edition, 2000.

Macdonald, W. L., ed. A Book of Modern Prose.  Toronto and Vancouver, BC: J. M. Dent & Sons (Canada), 1945.

MacLaine, Brent. Athena Becomes a Swallow and Other Voices from The Odyssey. Fredericton, NB: Goose Lane Editions, 2009. [MacLaine taught in the UBC English Department before moving to the University of Prince Edward Island.]

MacRae, Robert D. The Man Who Gave Back: The Rule of Life of H.R. MacMillan. Vancouver, BC: Vancouver School of Theology, 2007. [A biography of one of UBC’s most generous benefactors.]

Maillard, Keith. Lyndon Johnson and the Majorettes.   Difficulty at the Beginning, Book Three.  Surrey, BC: Brindle & Glass Publishing, 2006.

Marlatt, Daphne. Liquidities: Vancouver Poems Then and Now. Vancouver, BC: Talonbooks, 2013.

Mayne, Seymour, ed. Essential Words: An Anthology of Jewish Canadian Poetry. Ottawa, ON: Oberon Press, 1985.

Mayne, Seymour. Diasporas. Oakville, ON: Mosaic Press/Valley Editions, 1977.

Mayne, Seymour. Ricochet: Word Sonnets. Oakville, ON: Mosaic Press, 2004.

McCaslin, Susan. Conversing With Paradise. Vancouver, BC: Golden Eagle Press, 1986.

McCaslin, Susan. The Disarmed Heart (The St. Thomas Poetry Series). Toronto, ON: The Coach House Press, 2014.

McClean, Sylvie. A Woman of Influence: Evlyn Fenwick Farris. Victoria, BC: Sono Nis Press, 1997.

McDonald, Michael.  “The Governance of Health Care Research Involving Human Subjects: Reflections on Ethical Policy for Science Research.”  In  Science and Ethics / La Science et l’éthique (Transactions of The Royal Society of Canada, Series VI, Volume XI, 2000), Toronto, ON: U of Toronto P for the RSC, 2001, pp. 49-67.

McDonald, Robert A.J. Making Vancouver: Class, Status, and Social Boundaries, 1863-1913. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 2000.

McGeer, Patrick L. Politics in Paradise: The Authoritative, No-Holds-Barrred Inside Account of the Use and Abuse of Political Power in British Columbia Today! Toronto, ON: Peter Martin Associates, 1972.

McGillivray, Brett. Geography of British Columbia: People and Landscapes in Transition — Third Edition. Vancouver and Toronto: U of British Columbia P, 2011.

McKechnie II, Robert E. Strong Medicine: History of Healing on the Northwest Coast. Vancouver, BC: J.J. Douglas, 1972.

McWhirter, George. Incubus: The Dark Side of the Light. Ottawa, ON: Oberon Press, 1995.

McWhirter, George. Musical Dogs. Ottawa, ON: Oberon Press, 1996.

McWhirter, George. Queen of the Sea: Poems. Ottawa, ON: Oberon Press, 1976.

McWhirter, George (ed.). Where Words Like Monarchs Fly: A Cross-Generational Anthology of Mexican Poets (1934-1955) in Translations from North of the 49th Parallel. Vancouver, BC: Anvil Press, 1998.

Messenger, Ann. His and Hers: Essays in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1986. [Ann Messenger taught in the UBC English Department before moving to Simon Fraser University.]

Messenger, William E., ed.  ComPost: A Composition Newsletter of The Department of English of The University of British Columbia, no. 1, September 1973; no. 3, February 1974;  no. 5, April 1974; Volume 2, no. 1, November 1974; Volume 2, no. 2, January 1975; Volume 3, no. 1, September 1975; Volume 3, no. 2, November 1975; Volume 3, no. 3, March 1976; Volume 3, no. 4, April 1976; Volume 4, no.1, November 1976; Volume 4, no. 2, March 1977; Volume 4, no. 3, April 1977.

Messenger, William E., and Jan de Bruyn. The Canadian Writer’s Handbook. Scarborough, ON: Prentice-Hall of Canada, 1980. 2nd. ed., 1986.

Messenger, William E., and Jan de Bruyn. The Canadian Writer’s Handbook. 3rd ed. Editorial consultant, Judy Brown. Scarborough, ON: Prentice-Hall of Canada, 1995.

Messenger, William E., and Jan de Bruyn. The Canadian Writer’s Handbook: A Key to the Exercises. Scarborough, ON: Prentice-Hall of Canada, 1980.

Messenger, William E., and Jan de Bruyn, Judy Brown, Ramona Montagnes. The Concise Canadian Writer’s Handbook. Don Mills, ON: Oxford UP, 2009.

Messenger, William E. and Peter A. Taylor.  Elements of Writing: A Process Rhetoric for Canadian Students.  Instructor’s Manual. Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall of Canada, 1980. [Messenger and Taylor taught in the UBC English Department.]

Messenger, William E. and Peter A. Taylor.  Essentials of Writing. Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall of Canada, 1989.

Millward, Celia and Jane Flick.  Handbook for Writers, Canadian Edition.  Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, 1985.

Morton, Murray. Limbo: Vol. 2, No. 1, March, 1963. Vancouver, BC: Limbo Literary Society, 1963;  vol. 2, No. 2, April, 1965; vol. 2, No. 3 & 4, June, 1965; vol. 2, No. 5, October, 1965; vol. 2, No. 6, November, 1966; vol. 2, No. 7 & 8, November, 1967.

Moss, Laura, ed. The History of Emily Montague: A Critical Edition. Canadian Critical Editions. Ottawa, ON: The Tecumseh Press, 2001. [Moss was a member of the UBC English Department and Editor of the journal Canadian Literature.]

Murphy, P.J.,  Werner Huber, Rolf Breuer, and Konrad Schoell .  Critique of Beckett Criticism: A Guide to Research in English, French, and German. Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1994. [Murphy, a UBC alumnus, taught at the University College of the Cariboo in BC, subsequently renamed Thompson Rivers University.]

Murphy, P. J., George P. Nicholas, and Marianne Ignace, eds.  Coyote U: Stories and Teachings from the Secwepemc Education Institute. Penticton, BC: Theytus Books, 1999. [Murphy and Ignace both graduated from the UBC English Department.]

Murray, Rona. The Enchanted Adder. Vancouver, BC: The Klanak Press, 1965. [Murray was an alumna of UBC.]

Nadel, Ira Bruce. Biography: Fiction, Fact and Form. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1984. [Nadel taught for many years in the UBC English Department.]

Nadel, Ira Bruce. Leonard Cohen: A Life in Art.  Canadian Biography Series. Toronto, ON: ECW Press, 1994.

New, W. H., ed. Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada. Toronto: U of Toronto Press, 2002.  [The standard reference work on the subject.  New is a UBC alumnus, former editor of Canadian Literature, and recipient of an honorary degree from UBC.]

New, W. H., ed.  Four Hemispheres: An Anthology of English Short Stories from Around the World.  Toronto: Copp Clark, 1971.

New, W. H., ed.  Dramatists in Canada: Selected Essays.  Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1972.

New, William H., ed.  A Political Art: Essays and Images in Honour of George Woodcock.  Vancouver, B.C.: The University of British Columbia Press, 1978.

New, William H.  Malcolm Lowry. Canadian Writers Number 11, New Canadian Library.  Toronto and Montreal: McLelland and Stewart, 1971.

New, William H. Articulating West: Essays on Purpose and Form in Modern Canadian Literature. Toronto, ON: New Press, 1972.

New, William H. Borderlands: How We Talk About Canada. Vancouver, BC: U of British Columbia P, 1998.

New, William H. (compiler).  Critical Writings on Commonwealth Literatures: A Selective Bibliography to 1970, with a List of Theses and Dissertations. University Park and London: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1975.

New, William, ed. .  Margaret Laurence. Critical Views on Canadian Writers.  Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1977.

New, William.  Sam Swallow and the Riddleworld League.  Vancouver and London: Tradewind Books, 2013.

New, W. H., with R. Beaudoin, S. Fisher, I. Higgins, E-M. Kroller, and L. Ricou, eds.  From a Speaking Place: Writings from the First 50 Years of Canadian Literature. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale Press, 2009.

New, W. H., ed. Canadian  Writers in 1984: The 25th Anniversary Issue of Canadian LiteratureVancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1984.

New, W. H. and H. J. Rosengarten, eds.  Modern Stories in English.  2nd edition. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1986.

New, W. H. and H. J. Rosengarten, eds.  Modern Stories in English.  4th edition.  Toronto: Addison Wesley, 2001.

New, W. H.  Grandchild of Empire: About Irony, Mainly in the Commonwealth.  The 2002 Garnett Sedgewick Memorial Lecture.  Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale, 2003.

New, W. H.  Dreams of Speech and Violence: The Art of the Short Story in Canada and New Zealand.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987.

New, W. H. and W. E. Messenger, eds. Active Voice.  Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall of Canada, 1980.

Newman, Shirley, ed.  Another Country: Writings By and About Henry Kreisel.  Newest Literary Document Series, Vol. 7.  Edmonton, AB: NeWest Press, 1985.

Nicholson, Mervyn.  Male Envy: The Logic of Malice in Literature and Culture.  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 1999.

Nicol, Eric. Anything for a Laugh: Memoirs.  Madeira Park, BC: Harbour Publishing, 1998.  [Nicol was a UBC alumnus who taught at UBC for a time, wrote for the Ubyssey, and became one of Canada’s best-known humorists, winning the Stephen Leacock Medal for Literary Humour three times.]

Nicol, Eric. Sense and Nonsense.  Foreword by G. G. Sedgewick.  4th printing. Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1951.

Oke, T. R. Boundary Layer Climates. London: Methuen; New York: John Wiley, 1978.

Oke, Tim and John Hay.  The Climate of Vancouver. 2nd. ed. B.C. Geographical Series 50, 1994. Vancouver, BC: Department of Geography, UBC, 1996.

Ormsby, Margaret A., ed.  A Pioneer Gentlewoman in British Columbia. The Recollections of Susan Allison.  Vancouver: UBC Press, 1976. [Ormsby was Head of the UBC History Department 1965-74.]

Pacey, Michael.  Electric Affinities. Winnipeg: Signature Editions, 2015. [Pacey obtained his PhD in English at UBC.]

Pacey, Michael.  The First Step.  Winnipeg: Signature Editions, 2011.

Parkin, Andrew, and Laurence Wong.  Hong Kong Poems, in English and Chinese. Vancouver, BC: Ronsdale, 1997.

Penner, Philip G. and Ruth E. McConnell.  Learning Language. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1977.

Pinkus, Philip.  Swift’s Vision of Evil: A Comparative Study of  A Tale of a Tub and Gulliver’s Travels. 2 vols. Vol. 1: A Tale of a Tub.  Vol. 2: Gulliver’s Travels. English Literary Studies Monograph Series, nos. 3 and 4.  Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, 1975.

Pinkus, Philip, ed.  Jonathan Swift: A Selection of His Works.  Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1965.

Pinkus, Philip.  Grub St. Stripped Bare: The Scandalous Lives & Pornographic Works of the Original Grub St. Writers….London: Constable, 1968.

Piper, Martha C.  Building a Civil Society: A New Role for the Human Sciences.  The 2002 Killam Lecture. [Halifax, Nova Scotia]: The Trustees of the Killam Trusts, 2002.

Piper, Martha C. and Johanna Darrah.  Motor Assessment of the Developing Infant. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1994.  [Martha Piper was President of UBC 1997-2006. At the time of the book’s publication, she was VP Research at the University of Alberta, Edmonton.

Pocklington, Tom and Allan Tupper.  No Place to Learn: Why Universities Aren’t Working. Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 2002.

Potter, Tiffany and C. W. Marshall, eds. Cylons in America: Critical Studies in Battlestar Galactica.  New York and London: Continuum, 2008.

Powell, Grosvenor.  Language as Being in the Poetry of Yvor Winters.  Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press, 1980.

Powell, Grosvenor.  Yvor Winters: An Annotated Bibliography, 1919-1982. Scarecrow Author Bibliographies No. 66.  Metuchen, NJ, & London: Scarecrow Press, 1983.

Public Workshop on Editorial Principles and Procedures, 1983.  Ottawa, ON: Carleton University Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts, 1983.  [Includes papers by Mary Jane Edwards, Herbert J. Rosengarten, and William E. Fredeman.]

Pue, W. Wesley. Lawyers’ Empire: Legal Professions and Cultural Authority, 1780-1950. Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 2016. [Pue is a Professor of Law at the Allard School of Law at UBC, and former President of the Canadian Law and Society Association.]

Ramos, Howard and Kathleen Rodgers, eds.  Protest and Politics: The Promise of Social Movement Societies.  Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 2015. [Includes essays by Catherine Corrigall-Brown and Mabel Ho, and D. B. Tindall, from UBC.]

Reimer, Chad. Writing British Columbia History, 1784-1958.  Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 2009.

Resnick, Philip. The Masks of Proteus: Canadian Reflections on the State.  Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 1990.

Ricou, Laurence.  Vertical Man/Horizontal World: Man and Landscape in Canadian Prairie Fiction. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 1973.

Ricou, Laurie.  Everyday Magic: Child Languages in Canadian Literature.  Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1987.

Ricou, Laurie.  The Arbutus/Madrone Files: Reading the Pacific Northwest.  Edmonton, AB: NeWest Press, 2002.

Robbins, William.  The Ethical Idealism of Matthew Arnold: A Study of the Nature and Sources of his Moral and Religious Ideas.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1959.

Robbins, William.  The Arnoldian Principle of Flexibility.  ELS Monograph Series, 15. Victoria, BC: English Literary Studies, the University of Victoria, 1979.

Robinson, H. Basil.  This Family Robinson. N.p.: H. Basil Robinson, 1996.  [Includes a brief section on the author’s time at UBC.]

Rodman, Lilita.  Technical Communication: Strategy and Process. Toronto: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Canada, 1991.

Rogers, Linda. Some Breath.  Fiddlehead Poetry Books 181.  Fredericton, NB: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1976.

Rogers, Linda.  Singing Rib.  Lantzville, BC: Oolichan Books, 1987.

Rogers, Linda.  Friday Water.  Toronto: Cormorant Books, 2003.

Roller, Kalman. “…Mi Is Voltunk Egyszer Az Akademian”: Soprontol Vancouverig 1956-2000. Budapest: 2001.

Rosengarten, Herbert, and Jane Flick, eds.  The Broadview Reader.  Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 1987.

Rosengarten, Herbert, and Amanda Goldrick-Jones, eds.  The Broadview Anthology of Poetry. Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 1993. Second ed., 2009.

Ross, Ian Simpson. Adam Smith: Uma biografa. Tr. Helena Londres.  Rio de Janeiro , São Paulo: Editora Record, 1999. [Portuguese translation of The Life of Adam Smith.] [Inscribed by the author: “For the Department of English, The University of British Columbia, with best wishes from the original author & (he is sure) the translator.  Ian Ross, 20 September 2000.”]  [Ian Ross was Head of the UBC English Department 1982-87.]

Ross, Ian Simpson.  Lord Kames and the Scotland of his Day.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1972.

Rule, Jane.  The Desert of the Heart.  Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1964. [Jane Rule taught in the UBC English Department.  She was the recipient of a UBC honorary degree.]

Rule, Jane.  Lesbian Images.  Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1975.

Salcudean, Martha. In Search of Light. N.p.: The Azrieli Foundation, 2019.  [A Holocaust survivor, Salcudean became Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at UBC.]

Saltman, Judith.  Modern Canadian Children’s Books.  Toronto: Oxford UP, 1987.

Schrodt, Barbara, Gerald Redmond, and Richard Baka. Sport Canadiana.  Edmonton: Executive Sport Publications, 1980.  [Barbara Schrodt taught at UBC in the School of Physical Education and Recreation, and served as Women’s Athletic Director 1957-63. She was inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 1999.]

Schroeder, Andreas.  The Late Man.  Port Clements, BC: Sono Nis, 1972.

Scobie, Stephen.  Dunino.  Montreal: Vehicule Press, 1989.

Scobie, Stephen.  Alias Bob Dylan.  Red Deer, AB: Red deer College Press, 1991.

Sedgewick, G[arnett] G[ladwin]. Of Irony, Especially in Drama. 3rd ed.  Preface by Gernot Wieland. Vancouver, B.C.: Ronsdale Press, 2003. [Garnett Sedgewick was the first Head of the UBC English Department.]

Sedgewick, G. C.  Of Irony: Especially in Drama. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1967.

Sedgewick Memorial Lecture.  Beginning in 1955, the English Department has hosted a series of lectures given, somewhat irregularly, in memory of Garnett Sedgewick, first Head of the UBC English Department. Listed here in chronological order are the presenters and titles of many of these lectures.

1955:  A. S. P. Woodhouse, Milton the Poet

1957:  Herbert J. Davis, The Augustan Art of Conversation

1960:  Robert R. Heilman, Shakespearian Tragedy and The Drama of Disaster

1980:  G. P. V. Akrigg, sedgewick: The Man and His Achievement

1984:  Roy Stokes, ‘Diminutive Observations’: The Book-World of Dr. Johnson

1998:  Robert Bringhurst, Native American Oral Literatures and the Unity of the Humanities

1999:  Sandra Djwa, Professing English at UBC: The Legacy of Roy Daniells and Garnett Sedgewick

2000:  Anne McClintock, Double Crossings: Madness, Sexuality and Imperialism

2001:  Jonathan Goldberg, The Generation of Caliban

2002:  W. H. New, Grandchild of Empire: About Irony, Mainly in the Commonwealth

2003:  Michael Neill, ‘Servile Ministers’: Othello, King Lear and the Sacralization of Service

2005:  J. Edward Chamberlin, Living Language and Dead Reckoning: Navigating Oral and Written Traditions

2008:  P. G. Stanwood, John Donne and the Line of Wit: From Metaphysical to Modernist

2011:  Jonathan Gil Harris, Marvellous Repossessions: The Tempest, Globalization and the Waking Dream of Paradise

2012:  Deborah Cameron, More Heat than Light? Sex-Difference Science & the Study of Language

2013:  Fred Wah, Permissions: TISH Poetics 1963, Thereafter–

2015: Stephen Burt, From There: Some Thoughts on Poetry & Place

Shrock, Robert R. Cecil and Ida Green: Philanthropists Extraordinary. Cambridge, Mass., London, England: MIT Press, 1989.  [Inscribed by Cecil Green, dated April 1998.]

Shucard, Alan.  [Three poems.] Jabberwocky 1967.  Waterloo, ON: 1967.

Smith, Marion B., [ed.]  A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens.  Victoria, B.C.: Department of Education, Province of British Columbia, n.d. [?1961?]  [Marion Smith taught in the UBC English Department.]

Smith, Ron.  What Men Know about Women: Stories.  Lanzville, BC: Oolichan Books, 1999.

Spears, Heather, ed. and illus.  Line By Line: An Anthology of Canadian Poetry. Victoria, BC: Ekstasis Editions, 2002.

Stevenson, Lionel, ed.  Victorian Fiction: A Guide to Research.  Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1966.  [Stevenson was a UBC alumnus who became Professor of English at Duke University.]

Stevenson, Lionel.  Appraisals of Canadian Literature. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1926.

Stevenson, Lionel.  The English Novel: A Panorama.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960.

Stevenson, Warren.  The Western Path: Collected Poems.  1st ed.  Richmond, BC: Multicultural Books, 2011.  2nd revised ed., 2013.

Stevenson, Warren.  Infernal/Supernal Love: Poems Selected and New. 2005; revised ed.  Richmond, BC: Multicultural Books, 2006.

Stevenson, Warren.  Then and Now: Poems.  Fiddlehead Poetry Book 215. Vancouver, BC: Fiddlehead Books, 1077.

Stevenson, Warren.  Divine Analogy: A Study of the Creation Motif in Blake and Coleridge. Salzburg Studies in English Literature 25. Salzburg, Austria: Universitat Salzburg, 1972.

Stewart, Jack.  The Incandescent Word: The Poetic Vision of Michael Bullock.  London, Ont.: Third Eye/Ekstasis Editions, 1990.

Stewart, Jack. The Vital Art of D. H. Lawrence: Vision and Expression.  Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1999.

Straley, Gerald B.  Trees of Vancouver. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1992.  Includes a section on the trees in the Oold Arboretum at UBC.] [Gerald Straley was Director of the Herbarium in the UBC Botany Department.]

Strong-Boag, Veronica and Anita Clair Fellman, eds.  Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. 2nd ed. Toronto: Copp Clark Pittman, 1991.

Strong-Boag, Veronica.  Finding Families, Finding Ourselves; English Canada Encounters Adoption, from the Nineteenth Century to the 1990s. Oxford: OUP, 2006.

Suzuki, David.  The David Suzuki Reader: A Lifetime of Ideas from a Leading Activist and Thinker.  Revised ed.  Foreword by Bill McKibben. Vancouver and Berkeley: Greystone Books, 2014.

Svendsen, Linda.  Words We Call Home: Celebrating Creative Writing at UBC. Preface by Linda Svendsen. Introd. by George McWhirter.  Vancouver: UBC Press, 1990.

Thomas, Audrey Callahan.  Ten Green Bottles: Short Stories. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1967.  [Thomas earned her MA in the UBC English Department, and taught English 100 from 1959-63.]

Thomas, Audrey.  Ladies & Escorts.  N.p.: Oberon Press, 1977.

Thomas, Audrey.  Munchmeyer; and Prospero on the Island.  Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1971.

Thompson, Kent, ed. Engaged Elsewhere: Short Stories by Canadians Abroad.   Kingston, ON, and Clayton, NY: Quarry Press, 1989.  [Includes stories by a number of authors with UBC connections.]

Thornton, James E. Telling My Life Story: “….a journey of discovery”. Published by the author, 2012.

Tregebov, Rhea.  All Souls’. Montreal: Vehicule Press, 2012.

Tregebov, Rhea.  Naked in Academe: Celebrating 50 Years of Creative Writing at UBC.  Foreword by Keith Maillard. Toronto, ON: McClelland & Stewart, 2014.

Trudeau, Justin. Common Ground.  Toronto: HarperCollins, 2014.  [Trudeau obtained his teaching degree at UBC, and taught for a time at West Point Academy in Vancouver.]

Tulchinsky, Karen X.  The Five Books of Moses Lapinsky.  Vancouver, BC, Berkeley, CA: Polestar/Raincoast, 2003. [Karen Tulchinsky taught in UBC Continuing Studies.]

Vrba, Rudolf.  I Escaped from Auschwitz. Fort Lee, New Jersey: Barricade Books, 2002.  [Rudolf Vrba was Professor of Pharmacology at UBC.]

Ward, Peter, ed. The Mysteries of Montreal; Memoirs of a Midwife, by Charlotte Führer.  Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 1984. [Ward was Head of the UBC History Department, and subsequently served as University Librarian.]

Watmough, David, ed. and introd. Vancouver Fiction. Winlaw, BC: Polestar Press, 1985.  [Includes stories by a number of UBC-connected authors, including Keith Maillard, Robert Harlow, Audrey Thomas, Keath Fraser, and Jane Rule.]

Webb, Phyllis.  Selected Poems, 1954-1965. Ed. with introd. by John Hulcoop.  Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1971. [Webb studied Philosophy and English at UBC 1945-49, then taught English there 1959-63.]

Whitman, F. H. A Comparative Study of Old English Metre. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993.

Wigod, Jacob.  The Darkening Chamber: The Growth of Tragic Consciousness in Yeats. Salzburg Studies in English Literature 22.  Salzburg, Austria: Universitat Salzburg, 1972.

Wisenthal, J. L.  The Marriage of Contraries: Bernard Shaw’s Middle Plays.  Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1974.

Wisenthal, J. L. , ed.  Bernard Shaw’s The Quintessence of Ibsenism and Related Writings. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979.  [Inscribed by J. Wisenthal to Judy Brown.]

Woodcock, George.  Mordecai Richler.  Canadian Writers Number 6, New Canadian Library. Toronto and Montreal: McClelland and Stewart, 1971. [A member of the UBC English Department, Woodcock was founding editor of the journal Canadian Literature, which he oversaw from 1959 until his retirement in 1977.]

Woodcock, George.  The Marvellous Century: Archaic Man and the Awakening of Reason.  Markham, ON: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1989.

Woodcock, George, ed.  Colony and Confederation: Early Canadian Poets and Their Background.  Introd. Roy Daniells. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1974.

Woodcock, George.  Gabriel Dumont: The Metis Chief and his Lost World.  Edmonton: Hurtig, 1975.

Woodcock, George.  Canada and the Canadians.  With photographs by Ingeborg Woodcock.  Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1970.

World Shakespeare Congress.  Program of the Congress held at UBC and SFU in August, 1971.  See Leech, Clifford.

Yachnin, Paul.  Stage-Wrights: Shakespeare, Jonson, Middleton, and the Making of Theatrical Value. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997.

Yasegn, Maria.  “Education” at the University of British Columbia. Vancouver, British Columbia: n.p., 1977.

 

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