BC Studies 114 (Summer 1997)

BC Studies 114 (Summer 1997)

Review Essay

Oh Canada - Oh British Columbia

Issue BC Studies 114 (Summer 1997)

by Unnamed (pgs: 85-8)

  • Ottawa and the Outer Provinces: The Challenge of Regional Distribution in Canada
    by Stephen Tomblin
  • The Institutionalized Cabinet: Governing the Western Provinces
    by Christopher Dunn
  • Thirty Million Musketeers: One Canada, For All Canadians
    by Gordon Gibson

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"Our Emily"

Issue BC Studies 114 (Summer 1997)

by Nancy Pagh (pgs: 89-91)

  • Emily Carr: An Introduction to Her Life and Art
    by Anne Newlands
  • This Woman in Particular: Contexts for the Biographical Image of Emily Carr
    by Stephanie Kirkwood Walker
  • Robin Laurence
    by Beloved Land: The World of Emily Carr

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Book & Film Reviews


Rebecca Bateman is an anthropologist and Program Director for the Community Education Partnership Program at Simon Fraser University.

John R. Hinde is a graduate of the State of New York University at Buffalo, where he specialized in modern German history and intellectual history. He is currently a SSHRC post-doctoral fellow at the University of Victoria.

Peter N. Nemetz is a Professor of Policy Analysis in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, UBC.

Nancy Pagh, who received an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. at UBC, teaches English at Western Washington University in Bellingham.

Susan Toller, a graduate of the Resource Management and Environmental Studies Program at UBC, now works for Jacques-Rescan Joint Venture Ltd. in St. John's, Newfoundland.

Norman Ruff is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Victoria.


"Stout Ladies and Amazons": Women in the British Columbia Coal-Mining Community of Ladysmith, 1912-14

Issue BC Studies 114 (Summer 1997)

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