WYNN, Graeme




Author Tags: Geography

Associate Dean of Arts at UBC, Graeme Wynn was born in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa in 1946. He first came to Canada from England in 1968, then lived in Toronto and New Zealand before returning in 1976. Timber Colony is his study of historical geography of early 19th century New Brunswick. In 1990 he edited People Places Patterns Processes: Geographical Perspectives on the Canadian Past and in 1992 co-edited Vancouver And Its Region, an overview by 19 UBC geographers of the modern evolution of B.C.'s Lower Mainland.

Review of the author's work by BC Studies:
Home Truths: Highlights from BC History
Island Timber: A Social History of the Comox Logging Company, Vancouver Island
Nature and Human Societies: Canada and Arctic North America: An Environmental History
Vancouver and Its Region



BOOKS:

Timber Colony: A Historical Geography of Early Nineteenth Century New Brunswick (University of Toronto, 1981)

People, Places, Patterns, Processes: Geographical Perspectives on the Canadian Past, edited by Graeme Wynn (Copp, Clark, Pitman, 1990)

Vancouver and Its Region, co-edited with Timothy Oke (UBC, 1992)

BC studies on the environment (BC Studies, 142/143) (Vancouver: BC Studies, 2004)

Home Truths: Highlights from BC History (Harbour, 2012) Co-edited with Richard Mackie. $26.95 978-1-55017-577-6

[BCBW 2012]