Wilfrid Laurier University Press
Scholarly books can transform processes, minds, and cultures. By publishing work of scholarly integrity in various formats, skillfully edited, designed, produced, and marketed, we participate in this transformation and advance new developments in scholarly discourse, contribute to education within and beyond the university, and reflect both our local and global community through the world of ideas.
Founded in 1974, Wilfrid Laurier University Press has established a reputation for excellence in scholarly publishing. We publish scholarly monographs and collections, trade books based on sound scholarship, and textbooks.
We welcome proposals from Canadian scholars in the disciplines of the humanities and social sciences; including history; cultural studies; environmental studies, including environmental humanities; film and media studies; German studies; Indigenous studies; life writing; literature; music; religious studies; political science; political philosophy; social work; and sociology.
Ours series include: Canadian Commentaries; Collected Works of Florence Nightingale; Cultural Studies; Early Canadian Literature; Environmental Humanities; Film and Media Studies; Indigenous Studies; Laurier Poetry; Life Writing; Memory and Testimony Studies; Studies in Childhood and Family in Canada; TransCanada; WCGS German Studies.