Women’s Press History: A Brief Reflection
By Canadian Scholars
Women’s Press, formerly known as Canadian Women’s Educational Press, was founded in 1972. The press started as a collective of women interested in academic scholarship who wanted progressive and productive change within the industry while taking a non-heterosexist, anti-capitalist, and anti-racist approach. To commemorate the imprint’s 50th anniversary, we’re going to dive a little deeper into the history of Women’s Press, its founders, and its legacy.