ROY, Susan




Author Tags: First Nations, History

Susan Roy is a post-doctoral research fellow in the Department of History, York University. Her book These Mysterious People: Shaping History and Archaeology in the Northwest Coast Community (McGill-Queens UP, 2010) examines the history of the Musqueam First Nation and the Marpole Midden on the Fraser River. She also works as a historical research consultant for First Nations in Canada. She contributed an essay called A History of the Site: The Kitsilano Indian Reserve to Digital Natives, an experimental art book that “chronicles the fractured and diminishing Indian reserve lands at False Creek, from their establishment in 1869 to the present day."

Review of the author's work by BC Studies:
These Mysterious People: Shaping History and Archaeology in a Northwest Coast Community

BOOKS:

These Mysterious People: Shaping History and Archaeology in the Northwest Coast Community (McGill-Queens UP, 2010)

[BCBW 2012]