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The Experience of Whiteness Among Students at a BC University: Invisibility, Guilt, and Indifference

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John Vanderpant and the Cultural Life of Vancouver, 1920-1939

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Urban Housekeeping and Keeping the Modern House

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From Emily Carr to Joy Coghill . . . and Back: Writing the Self in Song of This Place

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The Janet Smith Bill of 1924 and the Language of Race and Nation in British Columbia

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Assimilation Tools: Then and Now

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Invitation to Joeyaska

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Collaboration Geographies: Native-White Partnerships During the Re-settlement of Ootsa Lake, British Columbia, 1900-52

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Union Maids: Organized Women Workers in Vancouver 1900-1915

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W.A.C. Bennett and Province-Building in British Columbia

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The Government Timber Business: Forest Policy and Administration in British Columbia, 1912-1928

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Aboriginal Self-Government and the Foundations of Canadian Nationhood

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“A Delicate Game”: The Meaning of Law on Grouse Creek

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British Columbia’s Private Sector in Recession, 1981-86: Employment Flexibility without Trade Diversification

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Matter for Reflection: BC Studies and British Columbia History

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Architecture for Social Change

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The Evolution of Regional Districts

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Poverty and the Welfare State I.

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Judging History: Reflections on Reasons for Judgment in Delgamuukw v. B.C.

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Sharks and Red Herrings: Vancouver’s Male Employment Agencies, 1898-1915

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