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Aboriginal Issues Press publishes refereed books dealing with aboriginal topics. Profits from the sale of these books are used to support the Aboriginal Issues Press scholarship at the University of Manitoba.

Please note that the Aboriginal Issues Press now MUST charge applicable taxes as per Provincial rate(s).

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To order please contact:


Aboriginal Issues Press
Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources
440 Wallace Building
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Email: Riddell.Reception@umanitoba.ca


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Call For Papers

Guidelines for authors:

Aboriginal Issues Press produces one volume of refereed papers each year and welcomes scholarly papers relating to Aboriginal issues from all fields of study, including traditional knowledge, social, physical and natural sciences, law, education, architecture, management, medicine, nursing, social work, physical education, engineering, environment, agriculture, art, music, drama, continuing education, and others. Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal authors from a wide range of backgrounds and from all geographic locations are welcome, including: scientists, poets, educators, elders, chiefs, students, and government personnel. All papers (ranging from scientific papers to poetry) are reviewed by scholars working in related areas.

Papers must be submitted in hard copy and on disk (Word) following the APA Writer's Style Manual 5th edition. Maximum paper length is 10 pages, double spaced with 2.5 cm margins, 12 pt. font, Times New Roman. Any photographs, charts or graphs must be provided in camera-ready hard copy format and are included in the 10 page count. Sources are included directly in the text; provide the author and date for paraphrased information, for example (Flett 1937, Graham 2001), and the author date and page number for direct quotations, for example (Boas 1964, 33). Include full references to all sources in a section titled References at the end of the paper; for economy of space footnotes or endnotes will not be included. Capitalize Aboriginal Peoples, Native Peoples and First Nations. Convert all English measurements to metric. Include a 1 sentence biography, a 50 to 75 word abstract, and your return address with your submission. For further information please contact Aboriginal Issues Press.

Call For Books

Guidelines for authors:

Aboriginal Issues Press also publishes sole-authored books. Scholars interested in submitting a book manuscript for review must provide the following information to Aboriginal Issues Press.


  1. Table of contents
  2. Two sample chapters which are representative of the writing style
  3. A curriculum vitae of the author(s)
  4. Samples of illustrations, photos, graphs etc. for the publication
  5. A prospectus which provides the purpose, objectives, and how the author(s) acquired the knowledge shared in the manuscript
  6. Describe the audience and market
  7. Explain why you chose Aboriginal Issues Press as a possible publisher

Call For Submissions/Contact us

Aboriginal Issues Press
440 Wallace Building
University of Manitoba
R3T 2N2
Email: Guy.Beaudry@umanitoba.ca