Archive COMPLETE LIST OF ARTICLES All All Experience Research Stories Redefining Motherhood: Parenting Beyond Stereotypes In New Zealand, and probably most places, the answer to this question is multifaceted. Often, people resort to stereotypes: the soccer mom yelling… ... Read More First Love: The Importance of Early-Childhood Relationships When I first became a parent, I was struck, as I am sure all parents are, by this sense that what I was doing was very important... ... Read More Nathan Cullen on Technology and Politics (AUDIO) It’s hard to talk about relationships without talking about social media and the profound influence it is having on the way we connect… ... Read More How the Material and the Intangible Form History Archaeology is generally defined as the study of material culture (that is, things) as a means of understanding peoples’ lives and their environments... ... Read More Sangsun Choi’s The History of Intimacy (VIDEO) Sangsun Choi’s short documentary The History of Intimacy will force you to re-examine the casual, everyday relationships in your life... ... Read More Threatened by Fire: Why Some Residents Stay By Amanda Follett Hosgood Even in moments of helplessness, there’s power in standing by, in watching the unthinkable. This summer, multiple wildfires burning out of control in the BC Interior... Read More Carving a Niche (AUDIO) Under a timber-frame structure overlooking Hagwilget Canyon in Hazelton, British Columbia, master carver Ron Austin works alongside fellow community members Robert Austin, Jason Austin and Francis ... Read More Hooqwa: My Favourite Witsuwit’en Word By Christine Bruce When a family member dies, Witsuwit’en relatives grieve for an extended period—two years is not uncommon—before putting a headstone on the grave. Delivering the headstone is accomplished... Read More Connecting Research with People and Place By Rick Budhwa and Tyler McCreary It’s still fairly recent, and relatively uncommon, for researchers examining culture to do so through the eyes of those they study. However, this is... Read More Breaking Bread and Barriers By Moe Kafer Food is like a doorway into any culture. When you meet someone you would like to know better, oftentimes you invite them to your table to break... Read More Decolonizing BC’s Roadside History By Joanne Hammond In September 2016, a sign was unveiled just up the street from my home in Kamloops. It’s the kind of familiar sign that dots Canada’s highways, meant... Read More CMTs: When the Forest Comes Alive By Jezelle Zatorski and Keli Watson Sometimes, when your vocation is to walk through the forest and look for signs of the people who lived there, you find those signs... Read More When a Reporter Stops Asking Questions (Q&A) Trevor Jang is a Vancouver-based journalist who, last year, was assigned to travel across northern British Columbia and listen to its residents: a somewhat foreign and uncomfortable experience in a... Read More A Decade Later: Missing Women and the Media Eleven years ago, the issue of the missing and murdered Indigenous women was just beginning to sound an alarm in the public sphere. The public’s exposure to it was kindled... Read More Zoltan Grossman’s Unlikely Alliances (BOOK REVIEW) Britain and France setting aside historical differences with the 1904 Entente Cordiale. Americans and Germans fighting together against the Nazis... ... Read More Theatre and Community at a Nigerian University Theatre and culture are societal concepts that often go hand in hand. Playing complementary roles in community building, they act as unifying forces... ... Read More Page 1 of 2 12Next Let's stay in touch... We've got exciting things underway at Culturally Modified! Enter your name and email for updates and upcoming issues hot off the press. We promise not to share your personal information, nor will we flood you with emails.You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Success! Name Email Keep the culture coming!