St John's College Publications


The St John's College Press is a small press operated by St John's College at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada.  Recent books published by St John's College Press include the following:

The Prairies Lost and Found, ed. Len Kuffert, 2007, ISBN 978-0-920291-32-0, $15.90 including tax and postage. Collection of papers presented at the third interdisciplinary conference on the Prairies held at St John's College in September 2004.

Intersecting Worlds:  Rural and Urban Aboriginal Issues, eds. Denise Fuchs and Mary Jane McCallum, 2005, ISBN 0-920291-30-9, $15 including tax and postage. Intersecting Worlds is a collection of essays delivered at a Canadian Studies conference held at St John's College on March 6, 2004.

Social Capital and Community in Canada and Germany, eds. Barry Ferguson and Lance W. Roberts, 2004, ISBN 0-920291-29-5, $10 including tax and postage. Proceedings of the University of Manitoba/University of Trief Partnership Conference held in Winnipeg on September 18, 2001.

Faith, Reason, and Economics:  Essays in Honour of Anthony Waterman, ed. Derek Hum, 2003, ISBN 0-920291-25-2, $25 including tax and postage.

The St John's College Story:  A Documentary, Laurence F. Wilmot, Introduction by A.M.C. Waterman, 2002, ISBN 0-90291-99-6, $15 including tax and postage.


For more information on the press, please contact:

Amy Craddock
208 St John's College
92 Dysart Rd
Winnipeg MB R3T 2M5
Phone (204) 474-9612
Fax (204) 474-7610


Annual Reports

In Lumine
The College's alumni newsletter, In Lumine, is published by the Development Office. Click here to download past issues

St John's College History - by J.M. Bumsted
St John's College: The Origin of Education in Western Canada by College Fellow J.M. Bumsted was published in 2006 by the University of Manitoba Press and launched at the College's 140th birthday party on November 1st. Read more here. Order a copy from the College here.


The University of Manitoba Press has its office in 301 St John's College. Visit the Press's website at