Library + Archives

We are proud to announce that the book The Transforming Image by MOA curators Bill McLennan and Karen Duffek has made the top 25 list of American Indian Art magazine's most influential books on Native American Art published over the last four decades. Below is the excerpt...

Dr. Charles (Carl) E. Borden, late Professor Emeritus of Archaeology at the University of British Columbia and widely recognized as the Father of Archaeology in British Columbia, was interviewed by Anne Melita Williams, a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology in the...

In April of 2013, I completed my first year as a Masters of Archival Studies candidate at the School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies (SLAIS) at the University of British Columbia. Our first year was packed with archival theory, methodology, and best practices, and...

On April 30, 2012 the Audrey & Harry Hawthorn Library & Archives at the Museum of Anthropology learned that the National Archival Development Program (NADP) has been eliminated as a result of the most recent round of cuts to the heritage sector initiated by the...

I am an indigenous person who is extremely passionate about cultural resurgence in my community, about decolonizing, and reclaiming our old ways. My chosen path has identified my ancestral languages as one of the areas where I can help my people. I am presented with constant...