Rewriting Marpole is the published version of Clark’s PhD dissertation (Clark, 2010) and an outgrowth of his MA thesis (Clark, 2000). The goal of his research “is to determine the spatial...
BC Studies no. 182 Summer 2014 | Page(s) 218-223
PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 90, Summer 1991
BC Studies no. 90 Summer 1991 | Page(s) 76-8
Sarah Nickel’s Assembling Unity: Indigenous Politics, Gender and the Union of BC Indian Chiefs is a significant contribution, not only to the history of Indigenous affairs in British Columbia, but to Indigenous history as a...
BC Studies no. 204 Winter 2019/20 | Page(s) 216-218
The authors, from the departments of anthropology at the University of Montana (Prentiss) and the University of Notre Dame (Kuijt), draw on their extensive and recent archaeological work in the interior of British Columbia to...
BC Studies no. 179 Autumn 2013 | Page(s) 218-220
Liz Bryan will be known to many readers of BC Studies as the founding publisher and editor (with her husband, photographer Jack Bryan) of Western Living and the author of British Columbia: This Favoured Land...
BC Studies no. 161 Spring 2009 | Page(s) 132-4
Tellings from Our Elders: Lushootseed syəyəhub, Volume 1: Snohomish Texts as told by Martha Williams Lamont, Elizabeth Krise, Edward Sam, and Agnes Jules James
Skagit Valley as told by Susie Sampson Peter, Dora Solomon, Mary Sampson Willup, Harry Moses, Louise Anderson, Martin Sampson, Dewey Mitchell, and Alice Williams
BC Studies no. 193 Spring 2017 | Pages 218-221
Anyone with even the most superficial knowledge of eugenics, racism, the ‘domestication’ of women, and the history of the 20th century will know why pronatalism might ring the wrong bells. And this is setting aside...
BC Studies no. 198 Summer 2018 | Page(s) 194-6