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  • Ferguson, Gerry (2022-02-24)
    This book has been specifically created to make it easier for professors to offer a law school course on global corruption. It is also designed as a resource tool for all persons working in the anti-corruption field. The ...
  • Bengston, Jonathan; Wilson, Lara; Durno, John; Amos, Robert; Marzolf, Helen (University of Victoria Libraries, 2019)
    A series of small books exploring artists’archives from University of Victoria Libraries Special Collections.
  • Devor, Aaron (University of Victoria Libraries, 2016)
    The Transgender Archives: Foundations for the Future by Dr. Aaron Devor explains the origins and explores the holdings of the Transgender Archives at the University of Victoria Libraries. The Transgender Archives is the ...
  • Hawthorn, Tom (University of Victoria Libraries, 2015)
    This publication, in partnership between the University of Victoria Libraries and the University of Victoria of Athletics, offers a rich and comprehensive survey of the history of the University of Victoria Athletics, ...
  • Huculak, J. Matthew (University of Victoria Libraries, 2016)
    This publication is a richly collaborative work that celebrates the diversity of UVic Libraries' twentieth-century collections with a wide range of articles by distinguished scholars of twentieth-century literature. Each ...
  • Barton, John, 1957- (University of Victoria Libraries, 2017)
    This publication commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of The Malahat Review. Edited by John Barton, editor of The Malahat Review from 2004-2018, the publication features essays, critical commentaries, and memoirs from ...
  • Unknown author (International Journal of Social Studies Review, 2012)
    The author of this article encourages educators to apply critical analysis to the educational mandate of national museum exhibits. In Trofanenko’s opinion national museums are “public representations of the past” that ...
  • Abel, Brigetta M.; Grewling, Nicole; Muellner, Beth Ann; Thorson, Helga (2021-06-07)
    This book is a Festschrift in honor of Ruth-Ellen Boetcher Joeres, written by several former graduate students, whom she supervised over her years as professor of German Studies at the University of Minnesota, and some ...
  • Claxton, Nicholas XEMŦOLTW̱; Fong, Denise; Morrison, Fran; O’Bonsawin, Christine; Omatsu, Maryka; Price, John; Sandhra, Sharanjit Kaur (University of Victoria and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (BC Office), 2021)
    This booklet dives into the long history of racist policies that have impacted Indigenous, Black and racialized communities in the province over the last 150 years since BC joined Canada. The illustrated booklet, co-published ...
  • Smallshaw, Brian (2020-10-20)
    A microhistory of the dispossession of the Japanese Canadians who were living on Saltspring Island at the time of the uprooting during World War II. Like the approximately 22,000 other Japanese who were forcibly removed ...
  • McRory, Rachel; Rollins, Caron; Nayyer, Kim; Burdett, Alex; Bengtson, Jonathan (2020-08-13)
    This book provides a short introduction to the establishment of the University of the Faculty of Law and the Law Library. The UVic Faculty of Law was originally established with the values of interdisciplinarity, community, ...
  • Segger, Martin (2020-01-10)
    Guidelines provides a framework for articulating the significance of project authorship and “design intent” in the process of developing strategies for preserving the Modernist architectural heritage in Victoria, British ...
  • Summerfield, Henry (2019-12-04)
    A cultural change in the Renaissance freed talented European writers to compose letters rivalling the finest that survived from ancient Rome. This book traces the lives and outlooks of distinguished Britons as revealed in ...
  • Barna, Ildikó; Biró, Dániel Péter; Brunet-Jailly, Emmanuel; Calof, Ethan; Casiez, Lena; Chouraqui, Alain; Dumont, Lorraine; Farris-Manning, Kimberley; Gonçalves, Tamara Amoroso; Hallgrímsdóttir, Helga K.; Heyl, Matthias; MacCallum, Emily; Schallié, Charlotte; Scime, Adam; Smith, Dawn Sii-yaa-ilth-supt; Thombs, Paige; Thorson, Helga (2019-11-07)
    “Narratives of Memory, Migration, and Xenophobia in the European Union and Canada” explores the role of memory and narratives of the past political tools and opportunities for cultural reconciliation. This is an edited ...
  • Bird, Sonya; Wang, Qian; Onosson, Sky; Benner, Allison (2019-10-24)
    This lab manual is designed to be used in the context of an introductory course in Acoustic Phonetics. It is based on the software Praat, created by Paul Boersma and David Weenink (www.praat.org), and covers measurement ...
  • Snively, Gloria; Williams, Wanosts'a7 Lorna (2019-04-30)
    Knowing Home weaves Indigenous perspectives, worldviews, and wisdom practices into the science curriculum. It provides a window into the scientific knowledge and technological innovations of the Indigenous peoples who live ...
  • Prendergast, Monica; Weigler, Will (2018-06-06)
    If you love being involved in theatre and you’re also searching for opportunities to make a positive difference in your community, this workbook was written for you. You may think that theatre and all the other things you ...
  • Ferguson, Gerry (2018-04-24)
    This book has been specifically created to make it easier for professors to offer a law school course on global corruption. It is issued under a creative commons license and can be used for free in whole or in part for ...
  • Kagetsu, Tadashi Jack (2017-11-27)
    “This book is a son’s tribute to his father, delivered to readers after the death of both. As Jack Kagetsu laboured for a decade on his manuscript, travelling to archives, combing newspaper articles, and organizing his ...
  • Smith, Peter (2017-09-19)
    This series examines the systematic principles by which a large portion of English vocabulary has evolved from Latin and (to a lesser degree) from Greek. All areas in health, law or the social sciences use specialized ...

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