Posted May 30th, 2017
Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working-Class Struggle by the Graphic History Collective and Paul Buhle has been awarded the prestigious Wilson Book Prize, awarded by the Wilson Institute of Canadian History at McMaster University. As part of this award Between the Lines was given $10,000 that will fund the creation of new creative and accessible Canadian history.
Posted May 25th, 2017
Cuba beyond the Beach: Stories of Life in Havana by Karen Dubinsky has now been made into BTL’s first audio book.
Posted March 21st, 2017
The Vimy Trap: Or, How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Great War( Between the Lines) by Ian McKay and Jamie Swift has been shortlisted for two prestigious awards: the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing and the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize for best book of Canadian history.
Posted June 14th, 2016
Lunch-Bucket Lives: Remaking the Workers’ City by Craig Heron has been awarded the Fred Landon Award from the Ontario Historical Association.
Posted June 2nd, 2016
Nick Dyer-Witheford has been awarded the Gertrude J. Robinson book prize for Cyber-Proletariat: Global Labour in the Digital Vortex.
Posted June 2nd, 2016
The 2016 Canadian Historical Association’s book prizes were recently announced and two of BTL’s books came away with prizes: Unsettling Canada: A National Wake-Up Call by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ron Derrickson; and Lunch-Bucket Lives: Remaking the Workers’ City by Craig Heron.
Posted May 26th, 2016
The Canadian Association of Work and Labour Studies has awarded their 2016 Book Prize to Craig Heron for Lunch-Bucket Lives.
Posted May 3rd, 2016
Unsettling Canada: A National Wake-Up Call by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson with foreword by Naomi Klein has been short-listed for the Canadian Historical Association’s Aboriginal History Book Prize.
Posted March 29th, 2016
Lunch-Bucket Lives:Remaking the Workers’ City by Craig Heron is the International Labor History Association’s (ILHA) 2015 Book of the Year. Lunch-Bucket Lives was also recently short-listed for the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize in History.
Posted February 10th, 2016
Page 178 of Flight & Freedom includes the phrase “Polish SS (Schutzstaffel)” and should read “SS (Schutzstaffel)”. The authors’ intent was to reference the German SS in occupied Poland, not in any way to imply there was a Polish SS.