2 edition of directory of faculty involved in Canadian studies in the Pacific Northwest found in the catalog.
directory of faculty involved in Canadian studies in the Pacific Northwest
Bryan T. Downes
|Statement||Bryan T. Downes.|
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Canadian Studies Consortium.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 85 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
Jayawickrama KJS. Northwest Tree Improvement Cooperative continues tradition. Western Forester July/August , page 5. Jayawickrama, KJS, Ye TZ, Gupta R and Cherry ML Including Wood Stiffness in Tree Improvement of Coastal Douglas-fir in the US Pacific Northwest: A Literature Review and Synthesis. Adam M. Sowards is an environmental historian who focuses on North America, especially the West, and is affiliate faculty in American Indian Studies, Environmental Science, Water Resources and American Studies. A prize-winning historian, he has primarily focused on the American conservation movement and forest history.
He has been directly involved in working with tribes in the region and formerly directed the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies at Western Washington University. Keywords: History, Ethnohistory, Indigenous and American Indian Studies, First Nations, Asian American, Pacific Northwest Regional Studies, Ethnic Studies. Lee Gulyas, English. French Canadians, Furs, and Indigenous Women in the making of the Pacific Northwest by Jean Barman is one of the newest and best books on information about the indigenous women who went with their mates in the rugged Fur Trade. Many Tender Ties is another book that takes a look at the women and their role with the trappers in the by: 4.
The Pacific Northwest American Studies Association (PNASA) serves those interested in American studies from Alaska, Oregon, Washington, and Northern Idaho. It seeks to foster research on the history, cultures, peoples, and places of the Pacific Northwest and all topics related to American studies, from a variety of disciplinary and theoretical. Directed Media publishes textbooks specifically designed for Pacific Northwest history at the secondary level. These textbooks cover in detail the individual stories of Washington, Idaho and Oregon and the Pacific Northwest region as a whole. The textbook, The Pacific Northwest: Past, Present and Future is for secondary education and is appropriate for 7th through 12th grade.
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famous history of Captain Thomas Stukeley.
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Moore teaches courses in Pacific Northwest history, Canadian-American borderlands relations, American foreign relations, and social studies teaching methods.
Recent publications include award-winning articles in both the American Review of Canadian Studies and Pacific Northwest Quarterly. He is currently working on a book-length manuscript. Her latest book, French Canadians, Furs, and Indigenous Women in the Making of the Pacific Northwest, won the Sir John A.
Macdonald Prize for best English-language book in Canadian history, the Governor General’s history award for scholarly research, Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for Outstanding Scholarly Book on British Columbia, and K.D.
A warm welcome to the Pacific Northwest Canadian Studies Consortium (PNWCSC). The consortium supports knowledge of the interconnection between Canada and the United States. It promotes and sustains cross border connections between universities through supporting teaching, research, and Canadian Studies projects.
More than 40 member institutions: colleges, universities and. Pacific Connections: The Making of the U.S.-Canadian Borderlands (Berkeley: University of California Press, ) Winner of Association of Asian American Studies Book Prize in History Runner-Up Finalist, John Hope Franklin Publication Prize for Best-Published Book in American Studies.
Native American Art Studies Association. Ottawa, ON. May Aboriginal Ways of Knowing: Native North American Perspectives. School of Indigenous Studies Lecture, University of Western Australia, Perth. May The Art of Ceremony: Knowledge and Practice in the Indigenous Pacific Northwest.
Elyse Fenton, M.F.A. Elyse Fenton is the author of two poetry collections, Clamor, (winner of the Dylan Thomas Prize), and Sweet Insurgent (winner of the Alice Fay di Castagnola Prize).
Her work has been published in The New York Times, Best New Poets, American Poetry Review, and lives with her family in Portland, OR, where she is ill-advisedly at work on a novel. Nicole Drumhiller is the Program Director for the Intelligence Studies Department within the School of Security and Global Studies (SSGS).
As the Program Director, Dr. Drumhiller is responsible for and oversees the undergraduate and graduate level intelligence studies curriculums and ensures their alignment with corresponding institutional learning objectives. CONTACT US University of the Pacific Pacific Avenue Stockton, California PSU» College of Liberal Arts & Sciences» History» Faculty & Staff Faculty & Staff The combined expertise of faculty in the Department of History encompasses a diversity of fields ranging from Oregon and the Pacific Northwest to world history.
Paper Presentation: Religious Harassment and the Free Exercise of Religion Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Aug. (), Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Paper Presentation: The Effects of Reasonable Accommodation on the Employer's Freedom of Religion Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, April (), Seattle, Washington.
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Pacific Northwest Fiction I love living in Seattle, almost as much as I love reading books ABOUT Seattle. The Show (Northwest Passage #3) by. John A. Heldt (Goodreads Author) avg rating — ratings. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book).
Details * or Cancel. Most of Seattle grumbled, worn with winterish weather, impatient for the elusive summer sun. With umbrellas tucked away in the trunks of cars, sunglasses lost and separated from their original purchasers, the Pacific Northwest was a bastion of misty air and pale, complaining residents.” ―.
The Center for Pacific Northwest Studies seeks to foster greater understanding of the region’s past and present through archival collections which document significant developments in the region stretching from Alaska to Northern California, and from the Pacific to the Rocky Mountains, with a particular focus on northwest Washington, the Olympic Peninsula, British Columbia, and Alaska.
Pacific University College Way Forest Grove, OR During the academic year, Seattle Pacific University faculty published nearly a score of books, with subjects ranging from Pacific Northwest heirloom crops to the person and work of the Holy Spirit, from youth culture to teaching Shakespeare, from Wesleyan Class meetings to the music of Namibia.
Elsey is a faculty member in the Department of Social, Cultural and Media Studies. She received her PhD in Sociology and Anthropology at Simon Fraser University inwriting an interdisciplinary thesis entitled, The Poetics of Self, Body and World: A Phenomenological Re-interpretation of British Columbia Ethnography of Aboriginal Peoples.
Occupation: Associate Professor. Maritime communities take various forms around the planet and through the centuries. Margaret Willson, affiliate associate professor of anthropology and Canadian Studies Arctic Program at the University of Washington, is the author of “Seawomen of Iceland: Survival on the Edge,” published in by University of Washington Press.
UW Today asked Willson a few questions about the book, in. His research and teaching interests focus on heritage studies, cultural resource policy and law, Indigenous studies, and the history and archaeology of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
He is the author of Chinook Resilience: Heritage and Cultural Revitalization on the Lower Columbia River (University of Washington Press, ).
Of the 83 faculty members at Foster, 37 (45%) are involved in the review process at a leading academic journal, providing strong evidence of research impact.
Here’s how this breaks down by department: Accounting, Organizations & Society. Frank Hodge, Review Board.
View Frank's profile. The Accounting Review. Elizabeth Blankespoor, Review Board. The book attests to the great significance of treaties with indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest on both sides of the international boundary. Treaties from the s are the basis for land titles and rights claimed by millions of people in present .Our faculty consists of Full, Associate, Assistant, and Clinical Professors, as well as Instructors and Senior Instructors.
All ranks participate in the department’s research and teaching mission. Our professors have published extensively in a wide range of fields and have earned a reputation for high-quality classroom teaching.Stephen Moore, teaches courses in Pacific Northwest history, Canadian history, early U.S.
foreign relations, and social studies methods. A native of the Pacific Northwest, he taught secondary-level social studies in Washington state before returning to graduate school to .