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BC Studies no. 20 Winter 1973-1974

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BC Studies no. 20 Winter 1973-1974

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Michael Ames is a member of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology of the University of British Columbia. His major research activities have been carried out in India.

Joy Inglis, Adult Education Co-ordinator at the Vancouver Centennial Museum, was formerly a graduate student in Anthropology at the University of British Columbia and has done extensive field work among British Columbia’s Sikh community.

W. T. Stanbury of the Faculty of Commerce at the University of British Columbia is the author with D. B. Fields of The Economic Impact of the Public Sector Upon the Indians of British Columbia, recently published by the U.B.C. Press and reviewed in our last issue,

Maria Tippett, a recent graduate of Simon Fraser University and a student of the cultural history of British Columbia, is writing a biography of Emily Carr.

J. Donald Wilson, whose special interest is the history of Canadian education, teaches history at Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.