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Articles

Book & Film Reviews

book film review

A Death Feast in Dimla-Hamid

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 98, Summer 1993

By Doreen Jensen


book film review

Vancouver’s Voyage: Charting the Northwest Coast, 1791-1795

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 98, Summer 1993  

By W. Lamb


book film review

The Northwest Coast: British Navigation, Trade, and Discoveries to 1812

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 98, Summer 1993  

By W. Mathes


book film review

Canada and Japan in the Twentieth Century

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 98, Summer 1993  

By David Edgington


book film review

Emerging Issues in Forest Policy

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 98, Summer 1993  

By Anthony Scott


book film review

Three’s a Crew

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 98, Summer 1993  

By Richard Mackie


Contributors

Contributors

H. Craig Davis is a professor in the School of Community and Regional Planning, The University of British Columbia.

Trevor Barnes is a member of the Department of Geography, The University of British Columbia.

Roger Hayter teaches geography at Simon Fraser University.

Robin Anderson has taught at Okanagan College and is currently a doctoral student at the University of Victoria.

C. R. Day is a professor of European history at Simon Fraser University. Elected to West Vancouver Municipal Council in 1986, he was re-elected in 1988 and 1990 (for a three-year term). He has been chair of the planning and land use committee.