BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

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Photo Essay
Evidence of an Ephemeral Art: Cantonese Opera in Vancouver's Chinatown
by
Elizabeth Lominska Johnson
Book Reviews
Dream City: Vancouver and the Global Imagination
Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

by Lance Berlowitz

- Reviewed by Lawrence McCann (pg: 107-9)

Radical Campus: Making Simon Fraser University
Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

by Hugh Johnston

- Reviewed by James Pitsula (pg: 109-11)

British Columbia: Land of Promises
Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

by Patricia E. Roy, John Herd Thompson

- Reviewed by Robert Campbell (pg: 111-3)

Coming to Shore: Northwest Coast Ethnology, Traditions, and Visions
Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

by Marie Mauze, Michael E. Harkin, Sergei Kan

- Reviewed by Robert Hancock (pg: 115-8)

Second Growth: Community Economic Development in Rural British Columbia
Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

by Sean Markey, John Pierce, Mark Roseland, Kelly Vodden

- Reviewed by Tracy Summerville (pg: 118-20)

A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound
Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

by Warren Magnusson, Karena Shaw

- Reviewed by David Tindall (pg: 120-3)

Coldstream: The Ranch Where It All Began
Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

by Donna Yoshitake Wuest

- Reviewed by Wayne Norton (pg: 127-9)

Undelievered Letters to Hudson's Bay Company Men on the Northwest Coast of America, 1830-57
Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

by Judith Hudson Beattie, Helen M. Buss

- Reviewed by Carolyn Podruchny (pg: 129-30)

Bibliography of BC
Contributors

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Hugh Johnston is a Professor emeritus in history at Simon Fraser University and the recent author of Radical Campus: Making Simon Fraser University (Douglas and McIntyre, 2005). He has been researching and publishing on the Sikhs since the mid-1970s.

Carolyn MacHardy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Critical Studies (Art History) UBCO.  She is preparing a book on the history of art in the Okanagan Valley and has published exhibition essays on Okanagan artists as well as Canadian and French etchers of the early 20th century.

Wing Chung Ng is an Associate Professor of history at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is particularly interested in questions pertaining to identity, culture, and institutions in his research on South China and the Chinese diaspora. His book The Chinese in Vancouver, 1945-1980: The Pursuit of Identity and Power was published by UBC Press.

Soundworks

Group Identity in an Emigrant Worker Community: The Example of Sikhs in early Twentieth-Century British Columbia

Issue BC Studies 148 (Winter 2005/06)

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