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Current Culture

Americans turn to social media to show support for Canadian culture exports (CityNews, June 11, 2018)

Detective work, cultural awareness are key to fighting Ebola (CNN, June 5, 2018)

Meet Jacob Burckhardt, the thinker who invented ‘culture’ (The Guardian, May 30, 2018)

‘It’s time’ Ontario regional chief says of establishing a First Nations university (CBC, May 18, 2018)

Island archaeology book wins national award (The Guardian, May 17, 2018)

No laughing matter: how can The Simpsons solve its problem with Apu? (The Guardian, May 6, 2018)

Interior agency blocks group of archaeologists from attending scientific conference (Washington Post, May 3, 2018)

First Nations offenders find healing, hope through reconnecting to culture (CBC, March 19, 2018)

Culture at the Centre: unprecedented exhibit comes to Museum of Anthropology at UBC (CBC, March 17, 2018)

First Nations schools are taking students back to the land (Globe & Mail, March 16, 2018)

A First Nations scholar’s journey from a northern Alberta reserve to Oxford — and back again (CBC, Feb. 28 2018)

Caribou hunting quotas make scapegoats out of northern First Nations: study (CTV News, Feb. 28, 2018)

Alberta man offers to share his ‘stolen land’ with a First Nations family (CBC, Feb. 27, 2018)

Opinion | Trudeau with his Indian culture overkill came across as patronizing (Toronto Star, Feb. 23, 2018)

Archaeology in northern Alaska: a race against the clock (KTOO Public Media,Feb. 23, 2018)

In Pakistan, Valentine’s Day Brings Out Roses And Culture Wars (NPR, Feb. 14, 2018)

First modern Britons had ‘dark to black’ skin, Cheddar Man DNA analysis reveals (Feb. 7, 2018)

Supreme Court sides with B.C. First Nation in ancestral land dispute (CBC, Feb. 2, 2018)

Sprawling Maya network discovered under Guatemala jungle (BBC News, Feb. 2, 2018)

Melting Glaciers Could Reveal How Our Ancestors Dealt With Changing Climates (National Geographic, Jan. 23, 2018)

Ancient midden found after Semiahmoo Nation pressed for archeological assessment (Vancouver Sun, Jan. 30, 2018)

Tourism in coal country: Digging into culture, ecotourism (National Post, Dec. 26, 2017)

An anthropologist explains why we love holiday rituals and traditions (, Dec. 12, 2017)

Liberal government backs bill that demands full implementation of UN Indigenous rights declaration (, Nov. 21, 2017)

Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast. So What’s For Lunch? (Forbes, Nov. 9, 2017)

Supreme Court ruling removes barrier for year-round ski resort on sacred First Nation land (, Nov. 2, 2017)

Haida goes Hollywood: Making a film — and trying to save a language (, Nov. 2, 2017)

How a B.C. First Nation is working to save their language from extinction (Canadian Geographic, Oct. 31, 2017)

First Nations Fight to Protect the Rare Spirit Bear from Hunters (National Geographic, Oct. 26, 2017)

Non-Indigenous B.C. artist defends work despite calls for authenticity (, Oct. 25, 2017)

How walls like Trump’s destroy the past and threaten the future (National Post, Oct. 25, 2017)

VIDEO and story: Totem pole raised on Lelu after LNG project falls (Northern View, Oct. 21, 2017)

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