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Single Issue

Articles

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Architecture for Social Change  

By Robin A. Clarke


Terms | architecture industries

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The Banning of a Book in British Columbia  

By Charles W. Humphries


Terms | textbooks

article

article

Book & Film Reviews

book film review

Union list of manuscripts in Canadian repositories

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 1, Winter 1968/69

By Keith Ralston


book film review

Lower Fraser valley: Evolution of a cultural landscape

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 2, Summer 1969

By E.M. Gibson


Contributors

Contributors

Charles E. Borden teaches archaeology at UBC and is internationally known for his work on the prehistory of the Pacific Northwest.

John Bovey was formerly archivist of the Department of Northern Affairs and Natural Resources and is now the provincial archivist of Manitoba.

Robin A. Clarke is a member of the faculty of the UBC School of Architecture. He was recently commissioned by the BC Educational Research Council and the provincial government to conduct a study of the feasibility of introducing industrialized building methods into the construction of schools in British Columbia.

Charles W. Humphries, whose special interest is Canadian social history, is a member of the Department of History at UBC.

Keith Ralston, formerly curator of the Vancouver Maritime Museum, teaches Canadian history at UBC and carries on research in the economic and social history of British Columbia.

Reginald H. Roy is associate professor of military history and strategic studies at the University of Victoria and is the author of three books and several articles on military subjects.

W. E. Willmott is with the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at UBC. He is the author of The Chinese in Cambodia and has done other studies of overseas Chinese communities.