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Alice Ravenhill: Making Friends with the Powers That Be

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The Ethno-Genesis of the Mixed-Ancestry Population in New Caledonia

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The Lady Music Teacher as Entrepreneur: Minnie Sharp and the Victoria Conservatory of Music in the 1890s

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Storying SwÌ_lcha: Place-making and Power at a StÌ_:l̵ Landmark

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“Growing Up and Grown Up … in Our Future City”: Discourses of Childhood and Settler Futurity in Colonial British Columbia

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Negotiating Sovereignty: Indigenous Perspectives on the Patriation of a Settler Colonial Constitution, 1975-83

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A Curious Clay: The Use of a Powdered White Substance in Coast Salish Spinning and Woven Blankets

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Clean Energy Discourse in British Columbia, 1980-2014

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Classic Salish Twined Robes

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Class and Environmental Justice Politics in the Demolition of Natal and Michel, 1964-78

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“Lucerne No Longer Has an Excuse to Exist”: Mobility and Landscape in the Yellowhead Pass

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“I Feel Like a Girl Inside”: Possibilities for Gender and Sexual Diversity in Early Primary School

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Ending Pollution at the Britannia Copper Mine

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Making Place for Space: Land Use and Occupancy Studies, Counter-Mapping, and the Supreme Court of Canada’s Tsilhqot’in Decision

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Queering Vancouver: The Work of the LGBTQ Civic Advisory Committee, 2009-14

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An Excerpt from Gently to Nagasaki

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Quebec Newspaper Reactions to the 1907 Vancouver Riots: Humanitarianism, Nationalism, and Internationalism

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More or Less Intelligent: Nikkei IQ and Racial/Ethnic Hierarchies in British Columbia and Imperial Japan

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Bittersweet Memories: Narratives of Japanese Canadian Children’s Experiences before the Second World War and the Politics of Redress

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An Ambiguous Relationship: Anglicans and the Japanese in British Columbia, 1902-1949

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