According to Heritage House in 2019: For nearly three decades, Joy Davis has balanced family, sailing, and coastal cruising with a career in cultural heritage and community engagement. She holds an MA in museum studies and a PhD in educational studies. She directed the University of Victoria?s museum and heritage programs for twenty-five years. Since retiring, she has worked for the journal Museum Management and Curatorship, is a member of the Advisory Group for the Coalition of Museums for Climate Justice, and serves as a Trustee on the Greater Victoria Library Board.

BOOKS:

University of Victoria instructor and co-editor of Curatorship: Indigenous Perspectives in Post-Colonial Societies. Canadian Museum of Civilization, 1997. [Martin Segger]

Complicated Simplicity: Island Life in the Pacific Northwest. Victoria, BC: Heritage House, 2019. 264 pages. 9781772032703 (pbk) $22.95

[BCBW 2019]