UBC Press publications have recently received major Canadian political science, public policy and history awards. Globalizing Citizenship was the recipient of an International Studies Association award.
- Citizens Adrift: The Democratic Disengagement of Young Canadians, Paul Howe, winner, 2011 Donald Smiley Prize, Canadian Political Science Association
- Globalizing Citizenship, Kim Rygiel, co-winner, 2011 ENMISA Distinguished Book Award, International Studies Association, shortlisted, 2011, Prize in International Relations, Canadian Political Science Association
- A Perilous Imbalance, The Globalization of Canadian Law and Governance, Stephen Clarkson and Stepan Wood, shortlisted, 2011 Donald Smiley Prize, Canadian Political Science Association
- Managed Annihilation, An Unnatural History of the Newfoundland Cod Collapse, Dean Bavington, winner, 2011 Clio Prize, Atlantic, Canadian Historical Association
- One of the Family, Metis Culture in Nineteenth-Century Northwestern Saskatchewan, Brenda Macdougall, winner, 2011 Clio Prize, Prairies, Canadian Historical Association
- Perverse Cities, Hidden Subsidies, Wonky Policies, and Urban Sprawl, Pamela Blais, shortlisted, 2011 Donner Book Prize, Donner Foundation
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