Ethnohistory field school

Ethnohistory Field School
The Ethnohistory Field School is an opportunity for history and other graduate students to live and work in partnership with the Stó:lō Nation, the Indigenous people who have made the Fraser River Valley and Fraser River Canyon home for thousands of years.

This six-week intensive community-based history course (HIST 528) is for graduate students only. Four weeks of the course take place in the Stó:lo communities near Chilliwack, B.C, where you will move into the host First Nations' community to do research.

This course will not be offered in 2020/21.

Learn more on the Ethnohistory field school website or contact  for more information.