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New Exhibit – Earl Grey Pass Trail

History of the Earl Grey Pass Trail The Earl Grey Pass Trail traverses the Purcell Wilderness Conservancy from Argenta via Hamill Creek on the west to Toby Creek and Invermere on the east. The exhibit tells...


March 14, 2017 | News

Case Comments

Public Education under BC’s Liberals: Fifteen Years of Willful Neglect

BY SUSAN LAMBERT, BCTF PRESIDENT 2010-2013 Any student of history or human nature recognizes that a natural tendency and desire of any political force is to attempt to consolidate and gather more power and to...


March 7, 2017 | Case Comments

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Blog Post from Former BCTF President

Read our latest blog post “Public Education Under BC’S Liberals: FIfteen Years of Willful Neglect,” written by former British Columbia Teachers’ Federation President Susan Lambert.   


March 7, 2017 | News

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BC Studies Prize – 2016

We are thrilled to announce the 2016 BC Studies Prize:   Winner: Sabina Trimble, “Storying Swílcha: Place-making and Power at a Stó:lõ Landmark,€  BC Studies no. 190, Histories of Settler Colonialism (Summer 2016).   Runner up: Thomas McIlwraith and...


February 20, 2017 | News

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Join Us This Sunday for our Issue Launch!

To celebrate the launch of BC Studies special issue 192 Nikkei History, the Nikkei National Museum is hosting a launch! Come join us this Sunday from 2pm to 4pm. Details listed on poster. Take a look at...


February 9, 2017 | News

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Unsettling an Image: Behind the BC Studies Conference Poster

In the call for papers for BC Studies 2017 we asked for “papers that explore relationships and tensions between the settled and the unsettled in British Columbia’s past, present, and future.” As historians, we looked...


February 2, 2017 | News

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Q&A with BC Studies Editor Leslie Robertson

BC Studies editor, Leslie Robertson, did a wonderful Q&A about the journal! Read it here.        


February 2, 2017 | News

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UNSETTLING AN IMAGE: Read Kelly Black’s blog post that takes a deeper look at our BC Studies conference poster

Kelly Black is Adjunct Professor in the Department of History at Vancouver Island University. In this blog she takes a deeper look into the creation of the BC Studies poster for our upcoming conference. Read it here:  “Unsettling an Image” Registeration for...


February 2, 2017 | News

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Join Us For Our Nikkei Issue Launch!

To celebrate the launch of our latest issue, Special Issue 192: Nikkei History, the Nikkei National Museum is hosting a launch! Come join us on February 12th, 2017 from 2pm to 4pm. We hope to see you there!  6688...


January 17, 2017 | News

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New Funding Program For Museums and Heritage Sites in BC

The new funding will be adminstered by the BC Museums Association, with support from Heritage BC, on behalf of the Province of B.C. Program guidelines for “British Columbia | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and...


January 12, 2017 | News

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Taking a look at history of Okanagan soldiers

The Greater Vernon Museum & Archives’ first presentation of the 2017 Speaker Series is to be given by UBC Okanagan history professor Dr. Jim Wood. http://www.vernonmorningstar.com/lifestyles/409946625.html Also see: BC Studies 182 (Summer 2014) The Great War,...


January 9, 2017 | News

Archive Matters

ARCHIVE MATTERS: To Begin

By Angie Bain, Lower Nicola Indian Band My latest archival journey began with a simple question: Can I get a colour version of the maps? I did not anticipate where this question would lead. I...


January 6, 2017 | Archive Matters

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ARCHIVE MATTERS

Check out our new blog feature by Angie Bain, Lower Nicola Indian Band: http://www.bcstudies.com/?q=blog/archive-matters-begin Most research starts with a simple question, but as we learn more about archival collections and the communities and people that make use of...


January 6, 2017 | News

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New Directions in Transpacific Cultural Research

New Directions in Transpacific Cultural Research A Public Symposium Organized by the Institute for Transpacific Cultural Research Feb 9-10, 2017 Harbour Centre 1400, Segal Centre Room SFU Vancouver, 555 West Hastings Free and open to...


November 25, 2016 | News

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Call For SOUNDS

BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly is seeking sound clips, soundscapes, or other types of audio accompanied by a written component (article, essay, poem, story, etc.). Contributions will be peer reviewed and published online and...


November 22, 2016 | News

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Call for SOUNDS

BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly is seeking sound clips, soundscapes, or other types of audio accompanied by a written component (article, essay, poem, story, etc.). Contributions will be peer reviewed and published online and...


November 22, 2016 | News

BC Places and Voices

BC VOICES: “Men Want to Hog Everything”

“Men Want to Hog Everything”[1] by Veronica Strong-Boag In 1949 Agnes Macphail, Canada’s first female MP (as of 1921), thus summed up decades of women’s political experience after the first suffrage victories. To be sure,...


November 15, 2016 | BC Places and Voices

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BC Studies Conference CFP

(Un)Settling British Columbia **SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 15, 2016** BC Studies Conference – Vancouver Island University, on the territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nation, Nanaimo, British Columbia – May 4-6, 2017 In the prize-winning...


October 31, 2016 | News

BC Places and Voices

BC VOICES: Science week at Koeye Camp with Raincoast Conservation Foundation

        Science week at Koeye Camp with Raincoast Conservation Foundation by Sara Wickham The invitation couldn’t of come at a worse time – I had only been home from fieldwork on the...


October 26, 2016 | BC Places and Voices

BC Places and Voices

BC VOICES: Pivot Legal Society – Reinstatement of the Heroin Assisted Treatment Program

by Katrina Pacey – Executive Director, Pivot Legal Society After a three-year legal battle, we are thrilled to announce that the federal government has finally amended regulations that block access to life-saving addiction treatment. Heroin...


October 22, 2016 | BC Places and Voices

BC Places and Voices

BC VOICES: PACIFIC WILD – UPDATE: 2+2+2=6 Steps Toward Protection of the Great Bear Sea

by Diana Chan Over the last three months, there have been several developments that could help to advance marine protection in the Great Bear Sea. While there is much work to be done, there are...


October 6, 2016 | BC Places and Voices

BC Places and Voices

PLACES OF BC: Field & The Burgess Shale

    Field, BC & The Burgess Shale By Alex Lausanne Nestled in the Rocky Mountains in Yoho National Park lies the small town of Field, BC. Although Field only houses a small population of...


October 2, 2016 | BC Places and Voices

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CALL FOR APPLICANTS – BC STUDIES BLOG CURATOR

CALL FOR APPLICANTS – BC STUDIES BLOG CURATOR BC Studies is seeking an early career scholar (ideally a doctoral student) to curate the BC Studies Blog. www.bcstudies.com/blog The BCS blog, like the journal, focuses on...


September 30, 2016 | News

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CALL FOR PAPERS

CALL FOR PAPERS BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly BC Studies publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on British Columbia’s social, cultural, political, and economic life, past and present. Articles represent research by a diverse group of...


September 28, 2016 | News