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Book & Film Reviews

book film review

Geology of the Kelowna Area and Origin of the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By Richard L. Chase


book film review

HR: A Biography of H.R. MacMillan

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996

By Robert McDonald


book film review

Logging the Globe

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By Clark Binkley


book film review

All Possible Worlds: Utopian Experiments in British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By Lyman Sargent


book film review

The Eternal Forest

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By Brian Elliott


book film review

A History of Canadian Architecture, Volumes I and II

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By Christopher Thomas


book film review

Ron Thom: The Shaping of an Architect

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By Rhodri Liscombe


book film review

The Wilderness Profound: Victorian Life on the Gulf of Georgia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By Allan Pritchard


book film review

Historic Nelson: The Early Years

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By Naomi Miller


book film review

Red Flags & Red Tape: The Making of a Labour Bureaucracy

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

By David Bright


Audio Article

Contributors

Contributors

Theodore H. Cohn is a professor of political science at Simon Fraser University who specializes in Canadian foreign policy, and international relations and political economy.

R.C. (Bob) Harris is a retired engineer and close student of the early geography of BC.

Susan Musgrave is a well known BC poet whose great grandfather presided over much of Salt Spring Island, and who wonders how the family lost the property. Although a recent book of her essays is Musgrave Landing, she has never, as far as she knows, lived on an island.

Paige Raibmon, an honours graduate in history from the University of British Columbia, is a doctoral student at Duke University.

Linda Rogers, a writer of poetry, prose, and children’s books, lives and teaches in Victoria.

Norman Ruff is a professor of political science at the University of Victoria and a recognized authority on BC politics.

Patrick J. Smith, Director of the Institute of Governance Studies at Simon Fraser University, specializes in local and provincial politics and public policy.