We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded Indigenous territories and we thank the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for their hospitality.
Occasional, invited 5000 word essays by senior scholars who have made important contributions to understanding British Columbia. Reflections should not be paraphrased CVs or bibliographic review essays, but memoirs of the personal, scholarly, institutional, or intellectual influences, networks, or communities that triggered important new interpretations in the range of scholarly disciplines that make up BC Studies. Such reflections might take the reader behind-the-scenes and into untold and unpublished areas.
Wade Davis, "If We Build It, They Will Come: Industrial Folly and the Fate of Northwest British Columbia." (BC Studies no. 197, Spring 2018)
Susan Lambert, "Public Education: Reflections on Fifteen Years of Public Policy." (BC Studies no. 194, Summer 2017)
J.E. Michael Kew, "Reflections on Anthropology at the University of British Colubmia." (BC Studies no. 193, Winter 2017)
Patricia E. Roy, "From Exclusion to Inclusion: An Informal Historiographical Memoir about East Asians in B.C." (BC Studies no. 188, Winter 2015/16)