Graduate | 2020 | ISSUE 1

Wendy Wickwire PhD’83, professor emerita in the department of history at the University of Victoria in Canada, has published a new book called At The Bridge: James Teit and an Anthropology of Belonging. The book is about James Teit, an ethnographer and Indian rights activist. Her book received praises and accolades, with one of the notable reviewers, author Julie Cruikshank saying, “Wendy Wickwire’s groundbreaking historical investigation places James Teit as a key figure in early North American anthropology, but also as central to historical Indigenous rights activism in British Columbia.”