We wish to acknowledge and thank the Coast Salish people on whose traditional territory Vancouver Island University resides. BC Studies 2017 will take place on Snunéymuxw First Nation territory, and we appreciate and value the opportunities we have to share, learn, and live together.

Vancouver Island University, in association with BC Studies, proudly hosted the BC Studies conference on the theme (Un)Settling British Columbia. The conference was held May 4 - 6, 2017.  

You can find our Call for Papers, poster, program, and other information related to the conference in the BC Studies 2017: (Un)Settling British Columbia collection in the Vancouver Island University's repository, VIUSpace. You can also watch our special session, Implementing Arthur Manuel's Vision.

Thanks to everyone who made the conference a success!

"Nanaimo". Watercolour by Edward Parker Bedwell. Image courtesy Royal BC Museum/BC Archives/PDP-02614.

"Nanaimo". Watercolour by Edward Parker Bedwell. Image courtesy Royal BC Museum/BC Archives/PDP-02614.

“Indian Village, Nanaimo Bay, Vancouver’s Island.” Watercolour by James Madison Alden. Image courtesy Royal BC Museum/BC Archives/PDP-02144



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