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October 19, 2017
In this short clip, Dr. Wendy Wickwire gives her perspective on the most important thing first year students can take away from their history courses. 
September 05, 2017
by Angie Bain, Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, Lower Nicola Indian Band  In our fast-paced world where we look to technology to streamline the research process, visiting your local archives...
June 21, 2017
BC Conversations: What does decolonizing scholarship look like? How do we attend to the colonial project? What publics? What accountabilities? What forms, genres and modes of dissemination? What...
June 21, 2017
BC Studies invites submissions from all disciplines, from emerging as well as established scholars and culture producers, community-based researchers, artists, sound workers and more. Submissions...
June 20, 2017
“She Named It Canada Because that’s What It Was Called”: Language and Justice in Canada 2017+ by Veronica Strong-Boag CHA Annual Meeting[1] *Cardboard Canadian flag by art students from Will F....
June 15, 2017
BC Studies invites work that recognizes knowledge practices developed through research within different disciplinary, social and political contexts. We encourage submissions about the ways people are...
April 06, 2017
As we approach BC Studies 2017 (May 4-6 at Vancouver Island University) speakers have been finalized and the program has been set. This year’s theme, (Un)Settling BritishColumbia, was influenced by...
March 07, 2017
Photo by Geoff Peters SUSAN LAMBERT, BCTF PRESIDENT 2010-2013 Any student of history or human nature recognizes that a natural tendency and desire of any political force is to attempt to consolidate...
March 02, 2017
BC Studies: Special Issue Museums on the Edge:Conversations in BC’s Public Cultural Institutions Guest Edited by Caitlin Gordon-Walker and Martha Black British Columbia offers a unique context in...
February 02, 2017
In the call for papers for BC Studies 2017 we asked for “papers that explore relationships and tensions between the settled and the unsettled in British Columbia’s past, present, and future.” As...

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