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Books and Chapters in Books history Post-Confederation visual arts

Dawson, Marcia. “Ławeyasəns Gayułas: Ancestral Teachings to Reclaim the Roles of Kwakwaka'wakw Women in Governance and Leadership Roles of Kwakwaka’wakw Women in Governance and Leadership.”.” MA. Royal Roads University, 2019. https://viurrspace.ca/handle/10613/10158.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects gender Indigenous

Dawson, Michael. “Taking the 'D' Out of Depression: The Promise of Tourism in British Columbia, 1935-1939,” BC Studies 132 (2002): 31-56, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/1605/1651.


Journal Articles history tourism

Dawson, Michael. Selling Out or Buying In? : Debating Consumerism in Vancouver and Victoria, 1945-1985. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018. 224 pp.


Books and Chapters in Books history

Dawson, Michael. “Victoria Debates Its Post-Industrial Reality: Tourism, Deindustrialization, and Store-Hour Regulations, 1900-1958,” Urban History Review 35, no. 2 (2007): 14-24.


Journal Articles history tourism

Day, Beth. Grizzlies in Their Backyard. Surrey: Heritage House, 1994. 192 pp.


Books and Chapters in Books biography history Post-Confederation

Day, Meghan E. “Evaluation of Phase I of the Action Schools! BC Healthy Eating Pilot.” MA. University of Victoria, 2007.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects education health sciences

Day, Richard F., and Tonio Sadik. “The BC Land Question, Liberal Multiculturalism, and the Spectre of Aboriginal Nationhood,” BC Studies 134 (2002): 5-34, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/1626/1671.


Journal Articles Indigenous political science

Day, Rod. “Waterfront Acquistion in West Vancouver: Ambitious, Controversial, and Forward-Thinking,” British Columbia History 3, no. 51 (2018): 12-19.


Journal Articles history

De Echeverria, Victoria Rawn Wyllie. “Moolks (Pacific Crabapple, Malus fusca) on the North Coast of British Columbia: Knowledge and Meaning in Gitga'at Culture.” MSc. University of Victoria, Victoria, 2013.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects Indigenous

de Finney, Sandrina, Lorraine Greaves, Pauline Janyst, Natalie Hemsing, Natasha Jategaonkar, Annette Browne, Karen Devries, Joy Johnson, and Nancy Poole. “I Had to Grow Up Pretty Quickly': Social, Cultural, and Gender Contexts of Aboriginal Girls' Smoking,” Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health 2, no. 11 (2013): 151-70.


Journal Articles gender health sciences Indigenous

De Leeuw, Lindsay. “From Mounties to Mukluks: Uncovering the Motives and Implications of Branding a Stereotypical Canada at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games.” MA. Carleton University, 2007.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects economics/business

de Leeuw, Sarah. “Alice through the Looking Glass: Emotion, Personal Connection, and Reading Colonial Archives along the Grain,” Journal Of Historical Geography 3, no. 38 (2012): 273-81.


Journal Articles geography history settler colonialism

De Leeuw, Sarah. “Intimate Colonialisms: The Material and Experienced Places of British Columbia’s Residential Schools,” Canadian Geographer 51, no. 3 (2007): 339-359.


Journal Articles education geography Indigenous

de Leeuw, Sarah. “State of Care: The Ontologies of Child Welfare in British Columbia,” Cultural Geographies 1, no. 21 (2014): 59-78.


Journal Articles geography

De Leeuw, Sarah. “‘If Anything is to be Done with the Indian, We Must Catch Him Very Young’: Colonial Constructions of Aboriginal Children and the Geographies of Indian Residential Schooling in British Columbia, Canada,” Children's Geographies 7, no. 2 (2009): 123-40.


Journal Articles geography history Indigenous settler colonialism

de Leeuw, Sarah, Margo Greenwood, and Nicole Lindsay. “Troubling Good Intentions,” Settler Colonial Studies 3-4, no. 3 (2013): 381-94.


Journal Articles education Indigenous settler colonialism

De Maddalena, Alessandro, Antonella Preti, and Tarik Polansky. Sharks of the Pacific Northwest: Including Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Alaska. Madeira Park: Harbour Publishing, 2007. 144 pp. 9781550174182.


Books and Chapters in Books environmental studies

De Maio, Sean. “Rural Physician Recruitment and Retention in British Columbia.” MA. Simon Fraser University, 2007.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects health sciences

de Zwart, Mary Leah. “Alice Ravenhill: Making Friends with the Powers that Be,” BC Studies 191 (2016): 35-55, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/185162/186357.


Journal Articles biography health sciences Indigenous

de Zwart, Mary Leah. Alice Ravenhill: Never Say Die. Vancouver: The Ormsby Review Press, 2016. 9780986048760. http://bcbooklook.com/2016/12/15/ alice-ravenhill-never-say-die-by-mary-leah-de-zwart/.


Books and Chapters in Books biography history

De Zwart, Mary Leah. “An Education in Gumbo,” British Columbia History 42, no. 2 (2009): 18-21.


Journal Articles biography history

de Zwart, Mary Leah. “The Red Book Revealed: British Columbia’s Home Economics Secret 1930-1975,” British Columbia History 40, no. 2 (2007): 11-13.


Journal Articles history

de Zwart, Mary Leah. “Pauline Johnson: Canadian Poet,” British Columbia History 4, no. 50 (2017): 11–15.


Journal Articles biography history

Dean, Amber. Remembering Vancouver's Disappeared Women: Settler Colonialism and the Difficulty of Inheritance. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015. 288 pp. 9781442644540.


Books and Chapters in Books gender Indigenous settler colonialism

Dean, Amber. “Public Mourning and the Culture of Redress: Mayerthorpe, Air India, and Murdered or Missing Aboriginal Women.” In Reconciling Canada: Critical Perspectives on the Culture of Redressed. by Jennifer Henderson and Pauline Wakeham. Edited by Jennifer Henderson and Pauline Wakeham, 181-97. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013. 9781442643116.


Books and Chapters in Books history Indigenous

Dean, Ambert Richelle. “Hauntings: Representations of Vancouver’s Disappeared Women.” PhD. University of Alberta, 2009.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects downtown eastside gender Indigenous

Dean, Jonathan R. “"These Rascally Spackaloids": The Rise of Gispaxlots Hegemony at Fort Simpson, 1832-40,” BC Studies 101 (1994): 41-78, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/866/908.


Journal Articles history Indigenous

Dean, Misao. “Managing Diversity in the Representation: Point Ellice House and "Chinatown",” BC Studies 136 (2003): 57-72, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/1650/1695.


Journal Articles Chinese museology

Deane, Jody. “Moving the gvrd Forward: Making the Case for Regional Rail.” MUrb. Simon Fraser University, 2007.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects planning