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Clossey, Luke; Ferguson, Karen. “Birken Buddhist Forest Monastery: Asian Migration, the Creative Class, and Cultural Transformation in the New Pacific British Columbia,” BC Studies 208 (2020): 17-44.

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Miller, Bruce G. “Homelessness and Coast Salish Spiritual Traditions: Cultural Resources for Programmatic Responses in British Columbia.” In Land of stark contrasts: faith-based responses to homelessness in the United States. New York: Fordham University Press, 2021. 193-213 pp. 978-0-8232-9395-7 978-0-8232-9396-4.

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Palmer, Susan, and Shane Dussault. “The “Doukhobor Problem” in Canada: How a Russian mystical sect responded to law enforcement in British Columbia, 1903–2013.” In Reactions to the Law by Minority Religions. Barker, Eileen and James T. Richardson, eds., 115-133. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2021. 978-0-367484323.

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Tan, Joshua. “Migration, Conversion, and Transnational Activism in a Vancouver Chinese Church.” In Christian social activism and rule of law in Chinese societies. Studies in Christianity in China, Bethlehem, PA : Lanham, MD: Lehigh University Press ; The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc, 2021. 351-381 pp. 978-1-61146-323-1.

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Tse, Justin K. H. ““Fraught” Chineseness: “Chinese Christians” in the Vancouver Sun.” In Ecclesial Diversity in Chinese Christianity. Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue, Cham, CH: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. 183-207 pp. 978-3-030-73069-7.

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