Books published by Mosaic Press (NY)

The Case for Intercultural Education in a Multicultural World

Mosaic Press (NY) | April 1, 2014 | 220 pages
This volume brings together many of Professor Gundara’s essays and contributions to the evolving international field of intercultural education. He has argued that within the field of education there is an urgent problem to address intercultural challenges in more and more complex multicultural... More Info

New Beginnings

Mosaic Press (NY) | June 1, 2014 | 113 pages
New Beginnings is the sequel to Eric Koch’s landmark work The Golden Years: Glenn Gould, Marshall McLuhan, Lester B. Pearson, Rene Levesque & John G. Diefenbaker, published by Mosaic Press in 2013. Once again, Koch is inventing a new literary form that is special and astonishing, crafting... More Info

Tackling Hate

Mosaic Press (NY) | March 3, 2015 | 200 pages
Tackling Hate is a volume of essays, testimony and documents drawn from the work of the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Anti-semitism (CPCCA). Many of the leading experts and scholars in the field from around the world appeared before the Committee and have contributed to this volume,... More Info

The Weimar Triangle

Mosaic Press (NY) | December 30, 2010 | 198 pages
This new novel extends Koch's achievements in his previous novels and takes the reader to Koch's native Germany. Set in Weimar and Frankfurt in Germany, in the pivotal years 1927 and 1928, the novel is triggered the International Music Exhibition of 1927 "The Summer of Music. The reader is... More Info