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Current Issue

BC Studies no. 204 Winter 2019/20

(Un)Settling the Islands: Race, Indigeneity and the Transpacific, co-edited by Christine O’Bonsawin and John Price, showcases a unique collection of articles that explore Indigenous and Asian Canadian histories from...

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BC Studies Open Access

In this unprecedented time we have decided to temporarily grant open access to all BC Studies content. If you are at home and looking for something to read, please visit:  https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/index Stay home. Stay safe....


March 17, 2020 | News

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BC Studies Stands in Solidarity

BC Studies stands in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation land and water defenders who exercise their jurisdiction over their sovereign, unceded yin tah in opposition to the Coastal GasLink pipeline. Despite the proposal by Hereditary Chiefs...


February 25, 2020 | News

Events

BC Studies Issue 204 – Vancouver Launch February 15, 2020

The ACVI project (Asian Canadians on Vancouver Island – University of Victoria) and BC Studies invite you to join us for the Vancouver launch of BC Studies Issue 204: (Un)Settling the Islands: Race, Indigeneity, and the...


February 11, 2020 | Events News

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New Soundworks Editor

We are happy to welcome Jenni Schine to the BC Studies team as our new Soundworks Editor! Jenni Schine is a sound artist, broadcaster, and community-engaged researcher. She is also the Pacific Programs community liaison at...


January 28, 2020 | News