BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly
Special issue: "Perspectives on Aboriginal Culture"
BC Studies is pleased to announce the publication of a special issue, "Perspectives on Aboriginal Culture." Featuring several articles, colour illustrations, and an interview with Susan Point, Coast Salish Artist, this issue will be of interest to academics and non-academics alike. It is also available for course adoption.
Performing Musqueam Culture and History as British Columbia’s 1966 Centennial Celebrations, Susan Roy
Picturing Civilization: Missionary Narratives and the Margins of Mimicry, Kim Greenwell
Adawx, Spanaxnox and the Geopolitics of the Tsimshian, Susan Marsden
The Storied World of Harry Robinson: Emerging Dialogues, Blanca Schorcht
Towards an Art History of Northwest Coast First Nations: A Review Essay of Recent Literature, Ira Jacknis
ALSO INCLUDES AN INTERVIEW WITH SUSAN POINT, COAST SALISH ARTIST, COLOUR PHOTOSCAPES & MORE
Purchase your copy for $20 (plus $2.50 postage), or subscribe and receive this issue plus 3 more for only $35 (Outside of Canada, pay in US funds). This issue is also available for course adoption. Visit our website for more information.
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