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Does the ‘traditional family’ even exist?

Dr. Tina Block, who studies the history of religion, gender and family in postwar North America, says that the so-called 'traditional family' has never really existed.

  Posted on: February 4, 2016

In advance of BC's fourth Family Day holiday, Canadian historian Dr. Tina Block, whose research focuses on the history of religion, gender and family in postwar North America, says that the so-called ‘traditional family’ has never really existed.

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Research explores Chinese Canadian cultural history

Undergraduate researcher Ariel Little (BA '15) enriched her history major with a UREAP research project.

  Posted on: February 2, 2016

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Christian missions were one of the few places where immigrant Chinese and Canadian cultures mixed. History major Ariel Little’s UREAP project investigated the impact these missions had on the development of Chinese Canadian culture.

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