Aboriginal (Un)history Month

“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. “ READ MORE      

Indigenous Scholars

The growing number of Aboriginal faculty members at UBC contributes to innovative research, teaching, and administration, much of it with an Aboriginal focus and substantial community engagement. Some Indigenous scholars teaching during the Summer term 2013 include: Dr. Cash Ahenakew  * Dr. Mark Aquash * Kerrie Charnley * Dr. Candace Galla * Dr. Jan Hare […]

Reconciliation Canada

Signing Ceremony of the Agreement to host the National Research Centre on Residential Schools

A trailblazer in Aboriginal education

Jo-ann Archibald, a member of the Sto:lo Nation, has helped transform Indigenous education in Canada

Aboriginal (Un)History Month at UBC Library

Featuring an exhibit at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre