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Category Archives: CJHSS

First Issue: Canadian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences is Live

Open access is a hot topic for academics. Recently, SavageMinds has raised questions about the ethical use of pdfs. Jason Baird Jackson has pleaded passionately (and frequently) for more open access books and journals. And, Quentin Mackie has reminded us of the utility of a great regional journal like BC Studies, which has recently open […]

Canadian Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences

Douglas College and its Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences are pleased to announce the launch of an online journal. Called the Canadian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, this journal represents a new form of academic publication and discourse. We seek articles that promote multidisciplinary debate about issues across the humanities and social sciences. […]

Renewing FieldNotes

Right: Klappan Mountain, northwestern, BC (Aug 2009) After a year away from blogging, I am ready to start again. I want to continue blogging about aboriginal rights and issues in British Columbia. But, I also want to blog about two specific topics: 1) I am starting research and writing related to the reader comments on […]