We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded Indigenous territories and we thank the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for their hospitality.

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“In Order for You to Love Something, You Need to Have Memories”: Exploring Feelings of Being In and Out of Place in Vancouver, BC

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“Sentiment Very Good for the IWW:” The Kootenay Logger Strikes of 1923 and 1924

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Kootenay, British Columbia, Canada

Forging Community through Disaster Response: Nepali Canadians and the 2015 Earthquakes

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Nepal

American Exiles beyond the Politics of the Draft: Nudity, Feminism, and Third World Decolonization in Vancouver, 1968-71

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Vancouver, BC, Canada

Anxiety at the Gates of Hell: Community Reputation in the Georges, 1908-15

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Prince George, BC, Canada

“Doing Everything Possible to Encourage a British Sentiment”: The Rise of Film Censorship and Regulation of Picture Houses in British Columbia, 1910-15

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Vancouver, BC, Canada

Relocating Yuquot: The Indigenous Pacific and Transpacific Migrations

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Yuquot, BC, Canada

Vancouver Island and the Transpacific Chinese Diaspora, 1788-1918

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Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Taraknath Das (1884–1958): British Columbia, and the Anti-Colonial Borderlands

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Commemorating John A. Macdonald: Collective Remembering and the Structure of Settler Colonialism in British Columbia

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Victoria, BC, Canada

Whose Land Is It? Rethinking Sovereignty in British Columbia

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‘Most of Today’s Teen-agers Laugh about God’: Youth, Secularization, and the Sixties in British Columbia

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‘Girl strikers’ and the 1918 Vancouver Steam Laundries Dispute

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Vancouver, BC, Canada

Mali Quelqueltalko: The Writings of a Nineteenth-Century Nlaka’pamux Woman

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Yale, British Columbia, Canada

Balloon Bombs, the Alaska Highway, and Influenza: Tsek’ehne Perspectives on the 1943 Flu Epidemic

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Fort Ware, BC, Canada

Work 2 Give: Fostering Collective Citizenship through Artistic and Healing Spaces for Indigenous Inmates and Communities in British Columbia

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More Than Art, Less Than Work: The Paradoxes of Citizenship and Art Making in Community Mental Health

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2005 East 44th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., V5P 1N1

The Art of Peer Support: Work, Health, Consumer Participation, and New Forms of Citizenship in Late Twentieth-Century Mental Health Care in British Columbia

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Riverview Hospital, Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam, BC, Canada

The Prison Garden as Artistic Boundary Object: Fostering Food Sovereignty and Social Citizenship for Indigenous People in British Columbia

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Confronting Narratives of Loss: Art and Agency in Dementia and Dementia Care

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Surrey, BC, Canada

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