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Q&A with BC Studies Editor Leslie Robertson

02
February
2017

BC Studies editor, Leslie Robertson, did a wonderful Q&A about the journal! Read it here.

       

UNSETTLING AN IMAGE: Read Kelly Black's blog post that takes a deeper look at our BC Studies conference poster

02
February
2017

Kelly Black is Adjunct Professor in the Department of History at Vancouver Island University. In this blog she takes a deeper look into the creation of the BC Studies poster for our upcoming conference.

Read it here:  "Unsettling an Image"

Registeration for the conference, which will be held May 4th to 6th, 2017 at the Vancouver Island University, is now open. Follow this link to secure your spot: ah.viu.ca/bcstudies

 

 

Join Us For Our Nikkei Issue Launch!

17
January
2017

To celebrate the launch of our latest issue, Special Issue 192: Nikkei History, the Nikkei National Museum is hosting a launch! Come join us on February 12th, 2017 from 2pm to 4pm. We hope to see you there! 

launch

6688 Southoaks Crescent
Burnaby, BC
V5E 4M7
604.777.7000

 

 

New Funding Program For Museums and Heritage Sites in BC

12
January
2017

The new funding will be adminstered by the BC Museums Association, with support from Heritage BC, on behalf of the Province of B.C. Program guidelines for "British Columbia | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada" can be found here: http://museumsassn.bc.ca/awards/grants/

Taking a look at history of Okanagan soldiers

09
January
2017

The Greater Vernon Museum & Archives’ first presentation of the 2017 Speaker Series is to be given by UBC Okanagan history professor Dr. Jim Wood. http://www.vernonmorningstar.com/lifestyles/409946625.html

Also see: BC Studies 182 (Summer 2014) The Great War, guest edited by Jim Wood http://www.bcstudies.com/?q=issues/item/bc-studies-182-summer-2014

 

 

ARCHIVE MATTERS

06
January
2017

Check out our new blog feature by Angie Bain, Lower Nicola Indian Band: http://www.bcstudies.com/?q=blog/archive-matters-begin

Most research starts with a simple question, but as we learn more about archival collections and the communities and people that make use of them, our research can take us on unexpected journeys with unexpected results.  Just as I would have never thought to look for maps important to my community at an archives like the APS, each question that other communities ask may bring them far from home. To begin our journey together with this blog Archive Matters I have shared my story.  My goal moving forward with this blog is simple.  With the help of other researchers, archivists, community knowledge holders and interested parties I want to help other communities find documents that will make a difference to their own work.  Let us see where this journey takes us next. 

 

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