By Sarah Ling on March 27, 2015
Where Are We in the World? is a new film series that features sites around the Lower Mainland shaped by often ignored or hidden histories of struggle and agency.
By Wendy Chan and Amy Luo on March 25, 2015
Susan Rowley and Jordan Wilson discuss the new exhibit at the Museum of Anthropology: ćǝsnaɁǝm, the city before the city. The exhibit aims to bring awareness to the deep-seated and often neglected Musqueam history beneath Vancouver.
By Wendy Chan on January 27, 2015
Sarah Ling, Hanae Tsukada, Amy Perreault, and Drew Ann Wake share new digital resources that highlight UBC’s relationships with Indigenous peoples. Learn more about these teaching and learning tools.
By Wendy Chan on December 10, 2014
David Gaertner discusses the importance of Indigenous new media and provides local examples.
By Terri Kennedy on October 29, 2014
In this panel discussion, invited Faculty and Students reflect on their exploration and engagement with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, last year on Sept.18, 2014.