Aboriginal (Un)History Month at UBC Library

Throughout the month of June, the Library will be celebrating Aboriginal scholarship, creativity, and intellectual traditions with its second annualĀ Aboriginal (Un)History Month.

Featuring an exhibit at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre (IKBLC), Aboriginal (Un)History Month introduces ways UBC Indigenous scholars are bridging communities and transforming academic spaces through Indigenous approaches to research. It aims to educate and invite dialogue about (inter)relationships between place, recognition and memory. There is also an exhibit at theĀ Asian Library, and book displays at several Library branches.

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