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BC Studies #95 (Autumn 1992)
Anthropology and History in the Courts
INTRODUCTION (pg: 3-6) by Bruce G. Miller
Invention of Anthropology in British Columbia's Supreme Court: Oral Tradition as Evidence in Delgamuukw v. B.C. (pg: 25-42) by Julie Cruikshank
(McEachern, Allan) (land claims) (Gitskan) (geography) (Delgamuukw v. BC) (anthropology)
Bruce G. Miller teaches anthropology at the University of British Columbia.
Dora Wilson-Kenni, Yagalahl, of the House of Spookw, served as a member of Gitksan-Wet'suwet'en litigation team in Delgamuukw v. B.C. and monitored the trial in Vancouver.
Robin Ridington, author of Trail to Heaven (1988) and Little Bit Know Something (1990), is an anthropologist at the University of British Columbia.
Julie Cruikshank, anthropologist at the University of British Columbia, has recently won the Canadian Historical Association's Macdonald Prize for her Life Lived Like a Story ( 1990).
Robin Fisher, an historian at Simon Fraser University, published Duff Pattullo of British Columbia in 1991.
Dara Culhane is affiliated with the Department of Anthropology at Simon Fraser University and is the author of An Error in Judgement: The Politics of Medical Care in an Indian/White Community.
Bibliography of British Columbia
Prepared by Melva J. Dwyer, Librarian Emerita, University of British Columbia