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“A Business Activity Surrounded by a Cultural Environment:” Regional Educational Publishing, 1970-2015

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Canada

Memorandum of Misunderstanding? Public Accountability and the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, 2004-17

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The University of British Columbia - Okanagan Campus, University Way, Kelowna, BC, Canada

Repatriation: Empowerment Through (Re)Connection

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Westbank, West Kelowna, BC, Canada

It’s a Family Affair: Stó:lō Experiences in Repatriation

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Tzeachten First Nation Lands, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Hodul’eh-a, A Place of Learning: The Exploration Place, Lheidli T’enneh, and the Rethinking of a Local Museum

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Lheidli T'enneh Nation, George Street, Prince George, BC, Canada

c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city: A Conversation

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Marpole, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Curators Talk: A Conversation

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Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada

Repatriation in Two Acts: The Museum of Vancouver

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Museum of Vancouver, Chestnut Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

From Documents to People: Working Towards Indigenizing the BC Archives

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B.C. Archives, Belleville Street, Victoria, BC, Canada

Make Yourself (Un)comfortable: Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun at the Museum

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Museum of Anthropology, Northwest Marine Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Beyond Inclusion: Canadian and Indigenous Sovereignty in Mainstream Museums

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Canada

Broadcasting Sovereignty: Exhibiting Nuxalk Radio at the University of British Columbia

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The University of British Columbia, West Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Sovereign Intentions: Gold Mining Law and Mineral Staking in British Columbia

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BC, Canada

General Location MapCartography

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BC, Canada

Loss Must Be Marked and It Cannot Be Represented: Memorializing Sex Workers in Vancouver’s West End

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West End, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Hippies, Yippies, the Counter-Culture, and the Gastown Riot in Vancouver, 1968-1971

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Gastown, Vancouver, BC, Canada

“So Many Clever, Industrious and Frugal Aliens”: Peter Sandiford, Intelligence Testing, and Anti-Asian Sentiment in Vancouver Schools between 1920 and 1939

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Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Archaeology of 1858 in the Fraser Canyon

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Nlaka'pamux Nation Tribal Council, Saint Georges Road, Lytton, BC, Canada

Gold on Haida Gwaii: The First Prospects, 1849-53

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Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada

Adapting to Miners’ Practices: The Development of Gold Mining Law and the 1863 Mining Board

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BC, Canada

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It’s a Family Affair: Stó:lō Experiences in Repatriation  

By David Schaepe with T'xwelátse (Herb Joe), Tzeachten First Nation


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