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BC Studies no. 151 Autumn 2006

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BC Studies no. 151 Autumn 2006

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Forrest Pass is a doctoral candidate in History at the University of Western Ontario. His research explores several aspects of the relationship between national and regional consciousness in Canada, using British Columbia as a case study. He is also editor of the Canadian History and Canadian Studies discussion forum, H-Canada.

Katharine Rollwagen is a PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa. Her article, “When Ghosts Hovered: Community and crisis in a company town, Britannia Beach, B.C., 1957-1965,” will appear in a forthcoming issue of Urban History Review.

Melanie Buddle teaches History and Canadian Studies at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. Her most recent publication was “The Business of Women: Female Entrepreneurship in British Columbia, 1901-1941,” Journal of the West vol. 43, no. 2, Spring 2004. Her current research project is a post-World War Two comparison of self-employed women in Peterborough, Ontario and Victoria, BC. She completed her PhD at the University of Victoria in 2003.