By Jessica Woolman on June 14, 2013
An exhibit in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre introduces ways UBC Indigenous scholars are transforming academic spaces.
By Jessica Woolman on June 5, 2013
During the month of June UBC Library is celebrating Aboriginal (Un)History Month. Check out Aboriginal literature displays in the Asian, Education, Koerner, Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, Xwi7xwa and Woodward libraries. Or, peruse the list below for some of the titles on display. Book Information Location Moshiyogusa 藻汐草. Call Number: PL495.4.U3 1792 Documentation on Classical Ainu language is scarce as a result of the [...]
By Jessica Woolman on May 29, 2013
Celebrate Aboriginal scholarship at UBC throughout the month of June.
By Jessica Woolman on October 16, 2012
Belkin art exhibition, Fiftieth Anniversary of Fluxus, at Koerner Library until December 31.
By Jessica Woolman on September 27, 2012
UBC Library’s exhibition featuring materials produced on missionary printing presses in British Columbia is now open until December 8.
By Jessica Woolman on July 12, 2012
New art installation from artist Geng Jianyi is presented in conjunction with Yellow Signal exhibition at the Belkin Gallery.
By Glenn Drexhage on February 20, 2012
By Glenn Drexhage on February 14, 2012
Love! In the Library? – a UBC Library exhibition that examines how lovers speak to each other through literature – is featured in the Ubyssey, the UBC student newspaper, and the Vancouver Sun books blog. Come explore Love! In the Library? until February 19 at UBC Library’s Rare Books and Special Collections, located on level [...]
By Glenn Drexhage on January 5, 2012
UBC Library’s exhibition, 75 Years of Controversy: Canada’s Governor General’s Literary Awards 1936-2010, has been making headlines. Articles have appeared in ArtsWIRE, the publication from UBC’s Faculty of Arts, and the Ubyssey, UBC’s student newspaper. From January 4-January 31, 2012, UBC Library’s Rare Books and Special Collections division is hosting a display highlighting some [...]
By Glenn Drexhage on December 20, 2011