Volume 9, Number 9 January 11, 2002

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3 Sask. Book Awards go to U of S

The U of S Native Law Centre and two agriculture professors came away winners from the most recent Saskatchewan Book Awards ceremony, held Nov. 30 in Regina.

Emerging Justice? Essays on Indigenous Rights in Canada and Australia, an examination of the law of indigenous rights in those two countries since 1990 by Kent McNeil, earned the centre two awards the Award for Publishing which goes to the Saskatchewan publisher for the best book based on quality of design, production and content; and the Publishing in Education Award for the best educational book.

The other U of S winners were Profs. Peter Phillips and George Khachatourians. Their book, The Biotechnology Revolution in Global Agriculture, published by CABI Publishing, won top honors in the Scholarly Writing category.

In addition to winning awards, the U of S is also a sponsor in the literary competition, providing the prizes in the First Peoples and the Non-Fiction categories.


For more information, contact communications.office@usask.ca


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