CHINESE-LANGUAGE MATERIALS

B3317 .Z46 2012
尼采 : 在世纪的转折点上 = Nietzsche :at the turn of the century / 周国平著

CB113.H4 H37125 2017
人类简史 : 从动物到上帝 / (以色列)尤瓦尔·赫拉利著 ; 林俊宏译

DS735 .H57 2016 v.1-6 & booklet
哈佛中国史 = History of Imperial China / 卜正民主编

DS777.5315 .R665 2016
抗日正面战场 : 国民党参战将士口述全纪录 / 肜新春编著

DS793.Y45 C4467 2016
大河上下 : 黄河的命运 = Da he shangxia : Huanghe de mingyun / 陈启文著

HF5386 .F4114 2017
小道理 : 分寸之间 / 冯仑著

PL1171 .Z452 2016 v.1-5
花草字传 = Tales of the words for flowers and grasses / 张一清著 ; 梁艳读

PL2929.5.N4184 L5 2016
流年物语 / 张翎 著

PL2947.5.U6 C5 2016
慈悲 / 路内 著


KOREAN-LANGUAGE MATERIALS

ML342 .H392 2017
한국 음악, 한국인 의 마음 : 자연 따라 흐르는 우리 음악 이야기 / 한 명희 지음

PL980.6 .S565 2017
신춘 문예 당선 소설집 / 저자 김 홍 외.

PL992.415.Y5863 O33 2017
오직 두 사람 / 김 영하 소설.

PL992.78.S65 S27 2017
사랑하는, 너무도 사랑하는 : 성 석제 소설

PN1993.5.K6 T6646 2017
2016 독립 영화 쇼케이스 / 기획, 사단 법인 한국 독립 영화 협회

CHINESE-LANGUAGE MATERIALS

B3317 .Z46 2012
尼采 : 在世纪的转折点上 = Nietzsche :at the turn of the century / 周国平著

CB113.H4 H37125 2017
人类简史 : 从动物到上帝 / (以色列)尤瓦尔·赫拉利著 ; 林俊宏译

DS735 .H57 2016 v.1-6 & booklet
哈佛中国史 = History of Imperial China / 卜正民主编

DS777.5315 .R665 2016
抗日正面战场 : 国民党参战将士口述全纪录 / 肜新春编著

DS793.Y45 C4467 2016
大河上下 : 黄河的命运 = Da he shangxia : Huanghe de mingyun / 陈启文著

HF5386 .F4114 2017
小道理 : 分寸之间 / 冯仑著

PL1171 .Z452 2016 v.1-5
花草字传 = Tales of the words for flowers and grasses / 张一清著 ; 梁艳读

PL2929.5.N4184 L5 2016
流年物语 / 张翎 著

PL2947.5.U6 C5 2016
慈悲 / 路内 著


KOREAN-LANGUAGE MATERIALS

ML342 .H392 2017
한국 음악, 한국인 의 마음 : 자연 따라 흐르는 우리 음악 이야기 / 한 명희 지음

PL980.6 .S565 2017
신춘 문예 당선 소설집 / 저자 김 홍 외.

PL992.415.Y5863 O33 2017
오직 두 사람 / 김 영하 소설.

PL992.78.S65 S27 2017
사랑하는, 너무도 사랑하는 : 성 석제 소설

PN1993.5.K6 T6646 2017
2016 독립 영화 쇼케이스 / 기획, 사단 법인 한국 독립 영화 협회

Read our highlights from the past fiscal year which include growing our collections, improving student spaces, connecting research to the community and engaging with our community partners.

Photo courtesy: Pixabay

 

Is it that time already? What happened to last week? Last month? This past year? Where does the time go nowadays?

Time is a precious commodity. Many folks are in the throes of planning, organizing and setting goals for 2018 or wrapping up as many activities and projects as possible before the end of 2017.

After achieving a particular goal though, it is hard for one to deny that good feeling of accomplishment. For some, it may even warrant some kind of reward – either big or small.

Speaking of time and accomplishment, cIRcle is excited to share some indelible highlights of UBC scholarly research materials archived during 2017. It’s now time to take a well-deserved break!

 

Year in Review – A look back at cIRcle in 2017:

 

UBC President’s Speeches and Writings

cIRcle was thrilled to archive the first round of UBC President Ono’s speeches and writings in 2017. Just in case you missed it, you can read the Library announcement here.

Future speeches and writings are set to arrive on a quarterly basis starting in 2018.

 

UBC Faculty Research and Publications

Two video presentations (courtesy of the UBC Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies) were recently added to the growing collection of 3,600 plus items:

Being a man today http://hdl.handle.net/2429/63679

Water: The life of a community http://hdl.handle.net/2429/63678

 

Missed our “In the Spotlight: UBC Faculty Research Collection” blog post? Read it here

 

UBC Community, Partners, and Alumni Publications

For ethnomusicologists and anyone curious about music and its social activity, watch “An Audience of One: The Private Music of the Chinese Literati

In 1926, the blind singer, Dou Wun, arrived in Hong Kong from Guangzhou at the age of sixteen. Watch “Hong Kong’s Folk Music and Local Culture: The Art of a Cantonese Blind Singer

Read a book chapter by Shirley Lew entitled, Creating a path to feminist leadership

Learn about the Asia Pacific Dispute Resolution (APDR) Project and view/download the first batch of items

Step back in time again to explore “Spectacular Opera Across Borders: Cantonese Opera Theaters in North America During the 1920s

Read a memoir entitled, “Labor of Love: A Memoir of Gertrude Richards Ladner 1879 to 1976”, about early BC nursing practice, the science of nursing as well as attire and living conditions.

 

UBC Lectures, Seminars, and Symposia

Starting in 2017, the “Grand Rounds” from the UBC School of Population and Public Health monthly seminar series arrived in cIRcle with more of them coming in 2018:

 

Can I borrow a microbiome?: Life-saving poop and the ethics of microbiome therapies http://hdl.handle.net/2429/63854

Is there a need for medically-prescribed heroin in the addiction treatment system? http://hdl.handle.net/2429/61814

More than just numbers: hearing from the real experts in the opioid crisis http://hdl.handle.net/2429/60936

Tackling Poverty and Socioeconomic Inequities http://hdl.handle.net/2429/60557

 

The first and second of the Ziegler lecture series from the UBC Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies’ (courtesy of St. John’s College) also arrived in 2017.

 

How can you add your faculty research and more to cIRcle? Find out here

 

UBC Library and Archives

Since the next Science Literacy Week is a while away, you can listen to the 2017 round of Frequencies podcasts (courtesy of the UBC Okanagan Library) that was part of this year’s Science Literary Week. This particular series is one that “explores the connections between science and society: the implications of scientific research on our culture, how scientists communicate their ideas, and how our society responds”.

This collection has 674 items so far which includes datasets, interactive resources, moving images, sound, still images and text files.

 

Browse the newest additions received in 2017

  

The Banff International Research Station (BIRS)

A joint Canada-US-Mexico initiative that seeks to bring together people from a wide range of mathematical, scientific and industry backgrounds and to create a forum for the exchange of knowledge and methods between these specialists. The BIRS Workshop Lecture Videos are primary research data in the disciplines of mathematics, statistics and theoretical computer science.

With over 5,260 items to date, the Top Country Views & Downloads were from China, United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Republic of Korea, Italy, Russia, Japan, and Germany.

 

View the wide selection of previous and current videos and upcoming ones happening in 2018.

  

Vancouver Institute Lectures (VILs)

Established in 1916, the Vancouver Institute (VI) sponsors lectures of general public interest. It started recording the lectures in the form of audio and video tapes back in 1975 and were preserved with help by University Archives. Take a walk down memory lane to learn about the history of the Vancouver Institute via Eric Damer’s 1995 MA thesis entitled, Town and gown: the early history of the Vancouver Institute.

 

Watch recently added VILs here

 

 Graduate Research

This cIRcle collection showcases and preserves exemplary UBC graduate student research. All graduate student submissions have been reviewed and approved by a course instructor or research adviser. Browse the entire collection

 

What types of graduate research work can be added to cIRcle? Find out here

 

Undergraduate Research

This cIRcle collection aims to showcase and preserve UBC’s exemplary undergraduate research across all disciplines. All undergraduate student submissions have been reviewed and approved by a course instructor or research adviser. Explore this expanding collection

 

Who can add exemplary undergraduate work to cIRcle? Learn more

 

 

Photo courtesy: Pixabay

 

Is it that time already? What happened to last week? Last month? This past year? Where does the time go nowadays?

Time is a precious commodity. Many folks are in the throes of planning, organizing and setting goals for 2018 or wrapping up as many activities and projects as possible before the end of 2017.

After achieving a particular goal though, it is hard for one to deny that good feeling of accomplishment. For some, it may even warrant some kind of reward – either big or small.

Speaking of time and accomplishment, cIRcle is excited to share some indelible highlights of UBC scholarly research materials archived during 2017. It’s now time to take a well-deserved break!

 

Year in Review – A look back at cIRcle in 2017:

 

UBC President’s Speeches and Writings

cIRcle was thrilled to archive the first round of UBC President Ono’s speeches and writings in 2017. Just in case you missed it, you can read the Library announcement here.

Future speeches and writings are set to arrive on a quarterly basis starting in 2018.

 

UBC Faculty Research and Publications

Two video presentations (courtesy of the UBC Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies) were recently added to the growing collection of 3,600 plus items:

Being a man today http://hdl.handle.net/2429/63679

Water: The life of a community http://hdl.handle.net/2429/63678

 

Missed our “In the Spotlight: UBC Faculty Research Collection” blog post? Read it here

 

UBC Community, Partners, and Alumni Publications

For ethnomusicologists and anyone curious about music and its social activity, watch “An Audience of One: The Private Music of the Chinese Literati

In 1926, the blind singer, Dou Wun, arrived in Hong Kong from Guangzhou at the age of sixteen. Watch “Hong Kong’s Folk Music and Local Culture: The Art of a Cantonese Blind Singer

Read a book chapter by Shirley Lew entitled, Creating a path to feminist leadership

Learn about the Asia Pacific Dispute Resolution (APDR) Project and view/download the first batch of items

Step back in time again to explore “Spectacular Opera Across Borders: Cantonese Opera Theaters in North America During the 1920s

Read a memoir entitled, “Labor of Love: A Memoir of Gertrude Richards Ladner 1879 to 1976”, about early BC nursing practice, the science of nursing as well as attire and living conditions.

 

UBC Lectures, Seminars, and Symposia

Starting in 2017, the “Grand Rounds” from the UBC School of Population and Public Health monthly seminar series arrived in cIRcle with more of them coming in 2018:

 

Can I borrow a microbiome?: Life-saving poop and the ethics of microbiome therapies http://hdl.handle.net/2429/63854

Is there a need for medically-prescribed heroin in the addiction treatment system? http://hdl.handle.net/2429/61814

More than just numbers: hearing from the real experts in the opioid crisis http://hdl.handle.net/2429/60936

Tackling Poverty and Socioeconomic Inequities http://hdl.handle.net/2429/60557

 

The first and second of the Ziegler lecture series from the UBC Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies’ (courtesy of St. John’s College) also arrived in 2017.

 

How can you add your faculty research and more to cIRcle? Find out here

 

UBC Library and Archives

Since the next Science Literacy Week is a while away, you can listen to the 2017 round of Frequencies podcasts (courtesy of the UBC Okanagan Library) that was part of this year’s Science Literary Week. This particular series is one that “explores the connections between science and society: the implications of scientific research on our culture, how scientists communicate their ideas, and how our society responds”.

This collection has 674 items so far which includes datasets, interactive resources, moving images, sound, still images and text files.

 

Browse the newest additions received in 2017

  

The Banff International Research Station (BIRS)

A joint Canada-US-Mexico initiative that seeks to bring together people from a wide range of mathematical, scientific and industry backgrounds and to create a forum for the exchange of knowledge and methods between these specialists. The BIRS Workshop Lecture Videos are primary research data in the disciplines of mathematics, statistics and theoretical computer science.

With over 5,260 items to date, the Top Country Views & Downloads were from China, United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Republic of Korea, Italy, Russia, Japan, and Germany.

 

View the wide selection of previous and current videos and upcoming ones happening in 2018.

  

Vancouver Institute Lectures (VILs)

Established in 1916, the Vancouver Institute (VI) sponsors lectures of general public interest. It started recording the lectures in the form of audio and video tapes back in 1975 and were preserved with help by University Archives. Take a walk down memory lane to learn about the history of the Vancouver Institute via Eric Damer’s 1995 MA thesis entitled, Town and gown: the early history of the Vancouver Institute.

 

Watch recently added VILs here

 

 Graduate Research

This cIRcle collection showcases and preserves exemplary UBC graduate student research. All graduate student submissions have been reviewed and approved by a course instructor or research adviser. Browse the entire collection

 

What types of graduate research work can be added to cIRcle? Find out here

 

Undergraduate Research

This cIRcle collection aims to showcase and preserve UBC’s exemplary undergraduate research across all disciplines. All undergraduate student submissions have been reviewed and approved by a course instructor or research adviser. Explore this expanding collection

 

Who can add exemplary undergraduate work to cIRcle? Learn more

 

 

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