Exhibition, Film, and New Media Review
Though many will recognize Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers for her remarkable body of short and documentary films (Bloodland , A Red Girl’s Reasoning , Bihttoš , cəsnaʔəm, the city before the city ), The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019)...
BC Studies no. 205 Spring 2020 | Page(s) 109-110
Tamara Starblanket is a Nehiyaw (Cree) legal scholar from Ahthakakoop First Nation and is currently the Dean of Academics at the Native Education College in Vancouver, which is located on the traditional territories of the...
BC Studies no. 204 Winter 2019/20 | Page(s) 214-216
Liminal spaces make places. This is the central theme of Jean Walton’s book, Mudflat Dreaming, an unconventional work of literary nonfiction that weaves together memoir, film studies, and Vancouver history in the 1970s, a pivotal...
BC Studies no. 202 Summer 2019 | Page(s) 190-192
Echoes Across Seymour: A History of North Vancouver’s Eastern Communities Including Dollarton and Deep Cove
Janet Pavlik, Desmond Smith, and Eileen Smith have given us another chapter in the history of the Seymour area and North Vancouver’s eastern communities by recording the changes of the last sixty years. Written as...
BC Studies no. 184 Winter 2014-2015 | Page(s) 166-67
Do maps speak for themselves? Terry Tobias insists that indigenous land use and occupancy maps must speak loudly and clearly, and he demonstrates that they can if rigorous research and methodological standards are followed. Tobias...