KOREAN

BF637 C5 Y86 2018
잠깐 머리 좀 식히고 오겠습니다 : 유쾌한 정신과 전문의 윤대현 교수의 속시원한 심리 처방전 / 윤 대현 지음

DS925 S457 S595 2019 v.1-2
쉽게 읽는 서울사. 조선 편 / 집필자 고 동환 [and many others]

HM766 C464 2018
우린 다르게 살기로 했다 : 혼자 는 외롭고 함께 는 괴로운 사람들 을 위한 마을 공동체 탐사기 / 조 현 지음

ND707 C46 2019
북 유럽 그림 이 건네는 말 : 누가 뭐라든 나 답게, 내 속도 로 살고 싶은 사람들 에게 / 최 혜진 지음

PL981.7 Y548 2019
이 효석 문학상 수상 작품집 2019 / 장은진 [and 6 others]

PL992.415 P98 T67 2018
도시 를 걷는 시간 : 소설가 김 별아, 시간 의 길 을 거슬러 걷다 / 김 별아 지음

PL994.415 H85 T8 2019
두 방문객 : 김 희진 장편 소설

PL992.425 C48 S28 2019
사랑 은 상처 를 허락 하는 것 이다 : 작가 공 지영 의 등단 30주년 문학 앤솔로지 / 공 지영 지음

PN2939.1 K56 2019
북한 연극 을 읽다 : 김 일성 에서 김 정은 시대 까지 / 김 정수 지음

TR647 C4635 2019
말 할 수 없어 찍은 사진, 보여줄 수 없어 쓴 글 : 힘껏 굴러가며 사는 이웃들 의 삶 / 최 필조 지음 


JAPANESE

DS855.87 S25 2018
朔旦冬至部類影印と翻刻 : 宮内庁書陵部蔵柳原本 / 木本好信, 樋口健太郎編

DS881.96 H38 2019
日本外交の150年 : 幕末・維新から平成まで / 波多野澄雄編著 ; 日本外交協会企画

HC462.9 M65 2019
豊かさ幻想 : 戦後日本が目指したもの / 森正人

HV6453 J3 S89 2018
サカナとヤクザ : 暴力団の巨大資金源「密漁ビジネス」を追う / 鈴木智彦

N7350 K635 2019
国宝事典 / 協力文化庁

ND1053.5 S86 2019
住吉如慶筆伊勢物語絵卷 / 伊勢物語絵研究会 編.

PL726.65 N546 2019
日本浪曼派とアジア : 保田與重郎を中心に / 呉京煥, 劉建輝編著

PL747.8 K56 2019
日本文学の〈戦後〉と変奏される〈アメリカ〉 : 占領から文化冷戦の時代へ / 金志映著

PN1978 J3 K66 2019
鴻池幸武文楽批評集成 / 多田英俊編著

QH600 M38 2018
性の進化史 : いまヒトの染色体で何が起きているのか / 松田洋一


CHINESE

DS777.8 C5 B54 2019
别样风雨情缘 / 周晓沛著

DS777.8 C6 G86 2019
国外见闻与人生思考 / 朱应鹿著

PL2862 I16 Z96 2018 v.1-4
西西研究資料 / 王家琪, 甘玉貞, 何福仁, 陳燕遐, 趙曉彤, 樊善標編

Student using walkstation

 

The Chapman Learning Commons has added a walk station to its active workstation located on Level 3 of IKBLC. The new treadmill desk is a pilot project created in collaboration with UBC Recreation. It is a welcome addition to the two stationary bikes and an adjustable-height desk.

The active workstation is well-used by UBC students. Since their introduction, the stationary bikes have clocked more than 1000 kilometers per month. “It is encouraging to see the uptake on the active workstations in IKBLC,” says Julie Mitchell, “they have been used almost non-stop since we installed them.”

Given the popularity of the active workstation bikes in IKBLC (a SEEDS project), UBC Library and UBC Rec partnered to purchase a treadmill desk to add another active workstation option in the Learning Centre. “The Office of Physical Activity within UBC Recreation works to reduce sedentary behavior and get people moving on campus,” says Alyssa Reyes, Manager, Physical Activity at UBC Recreation, Our desire to contribute to providing students with tools that meet their needs and lowers barriers is what spurred the collaboration with the library. Physical activity can come in a variety of ways and we want to help show others that sometimes movement can come in unconventional ways!”

Student using walkstation

UBC student Feyannie Hung gets moving on the new walkstation. Learn about her experience trying the walk station for the first time on our Instagram Stories.

The project addresses UBC priorities around wellbeing and active living, while also providing a direct way to enhance the student learning experience at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and will serve as a prototype for future active workstation initiatives on campus.

This project is part of UBC Library’s strategic direction to inspire with innovative spaces and services.

Learn more about our Strategic Framework.

With the support of CUPE 2950 – Clerical, Library and Theatre Workers at the University of British Columbia and the British Columbia History Digitization Program, the Association of University and College Employees (AUCE) fonds is now accessible in the Open Collections.

In 1973, library and clerical workers on university and college campuses across British Columbia began organizing as a union in order to represent their collective interests. Workers at University of British Columbia (Local 1), Simon Fraser University (Local 2), Notre Dame University of Nelson (Local 3), Capilano College (Local 4), College of New Caledonia (Local 5), and the Teaching Support Staff at SFU (Local 6) organized over the next two years to collectively form the provincial wide and independent union, the Association of University and College Employees (AUCE).

The AUCE fonds consists of records related to AUCE’s provincial and local chapters activities, efforts, publications, and ephemera. Records span the Provincial and local unions’ initial accreditation in 1973, to the Provincial union disbanding in 1985, and then follow the Local 1 (UBC) chapter to its merger with CUPE in 1985 and forward into the late 2000’s.

When the union first formed, over 90% of its members were women, and one of their top concerns was equal pay for what was at the time considered “women’s work”. In 1974, AUCE Local 1 (now CUPE 2950, representing library, clerical and theatre workers at UBC) obtained the first fully funded maternity leave in Canada through their union contract. Over the next decade, they fought for wages to match the rising cost of living, transparent job classifications, childcare, and other employee benefits. They also demanded a discrimination free workplace for people of all genders, sexualities, races, and ethnicities.

[Local 1 union contracts, handbook for university staff, and provincial constitution], 1976, the 2nd item

“Workers’ voices are often not reflected in academia. By investing in our local’s history, the voices of our founding members will be preserved and honoured. Our union was organized in the library and now it will live on in the library,” said CUPE 2950 President Karen Ranalletta. (Source: the Winter 2020 issue of CUPE National’s Counterpoint Magazine).

You can explore the collection through the following series:

Executive: contains records relating to the executive functioning of the provincial union and Local 1 union chapters.

Advocacy and Bargaining: comprised of records relating to the unions’ efforts to advocate on behalf of their members and bargain as a collective unit.

Committees: contains records related to the Local 1 and AUCE committees.

AUCE Local Chapters: consists of records related to chapters 2 through 6 of the AUCE.

Correspondence and related material: consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence of AUCE Local 1, as well as related materials interfiled with correspondence.

Publications and Ephemera: features photographs, slides, third party publications, news clippings, scrapbooks, pins, posters, and other ephemera documenting current events, legislation affecting the union and its members, as well as provincial and local union strikes, protests and rallies.

We have compiled some images from the collection. Please visit the AUCE fonds to explore more!

Below you will find a poster and a photocopied diagram of the strike structure from the file [News clippings and other materials 1992 strike] in the Publication and Ephemera series, which reflects the history of the 1992 strike at UBC.

[News clippings and other materials 1992 strike], 1992, the 2nd item

[News clippings and other materials 1992 strike], 1992, the 10th item

In the Committees series, there are AUCE Local 1 newsletters dated from 1973 to 1984, and the newsletters of Canadian University Employees dated from 1986 to 1992.

Here is the AUCE Local 1 newsletter “On Campus”, the April 1981 issue.

[Local 1 Newsletters and minutes of membership meetings], 1981, the 4th element

The following comic strip is from AUCE Local 1 newsletter “Across Campus”, the August 1975 issue.

Communications, 1975, the 7th element

This one is from AUCE Local 1 newsletter “Across Campus”, the March 1980 issue.

Across Campus, March 1980

 

Due to copyright and privacy concerns, some items have been redacted and others have not been digitized. Please visit the RBSC finding aid to explore the fonds in full. To explore the history of the British Columbia labour movement, please check out the research guide Labour History and Archives.

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LAW LIBRARY level 3: K115 .L43 2019
Heidi K. Gardner & Rebecca Normand-Hochman, eds., Leadership for Lawyers: Essential Leadership Strategies for Law Firm Success, 2nd ed. (Surrey: Globe Law and Business, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K129 .C66 2019
Darryl Cooke, To Inovate Or Not to Inovate: A Blueprint for the Law Firm of the Future (Woking: Globe Law and Business, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K250 .K56 2019
George Klosko, Why Should We Obey the Law? (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K370 .S96 2019
Cass R. Sunstein, Conformity: The Power of Social Influences (New York: New York University Press, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K1115.D47 W66 2019
Philip R. Wood, Set-Off and Netting, Derivatives, Clearing Systems, 3rd ed. (London: Sweet & Maxwell, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K1420.5 .G65 2019
Paul Goldstein & P. Bernt Hugenholtz, International Copyright: Principles, Law, and Practice, 4th ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K3240 .B496 2019
Alice M. Miller & Mindy Jane Roseman, eds., Beyond Virtue and Vice: Rethinking Human Rights and Criminal Law (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K3631 .T39 2019
Glenn Taylor, The Horse Who Came to Dinner: The First Criminal Case of Food Fraud ([Cambridge]: Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K4610.A2 W76
World Trade Organization, Status of WTO Legal Instruments 2019 ed. (Geneva: World Trade Organization, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K5135 .M56 2019
Martha Minow, When Should Law Forgive? (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KD632.W45 A3 2019
Celia Wells, A Woman in Law: Reflections on Gender, Class and Politics (Hook: Waterside Press, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KD1629 .G67 2018
Roy Goode, Fundamental Concepts of Commercial Law: 50 Years of Reflection (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE250 .W347 2019
Philip W. Whitehead & Anne Matthewman, Legal Writing and Research Manual, 8th ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE787 .P39 2020
Dennis Pavlich, Trusts in Common-law Canada, 3rd ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada Inc., 2020).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE1024.E4 G75 2019
Aaron Grinhaus, A Practical Guide to Smart Contracts and Blockchain Law (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE4390 .L52 2020
Joanna Radbord, ed., LGBTQ2+LAW: Practice Issues and Analysis (Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications, 2020).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE8244 .M336 2019
Peter McCormick & Marc D. Zanoni, By the Court: Anonymous Judgments at the Supreme Court of Canada (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE9270 .J634 2019
Richard Jochelson & David Ireland, Privacy in Peril: Hunter V Southam and the Drift from Reasonable Search Protections (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2019).
Online access: http://resolve.library.ubc.ca/cgi-bin/catsearch?bid=10126188

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KF299.T73 C37 2019
Marcelo Bombau, ed., Careers in International Law (Chicago: American Bar Association, Section of International Law, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJC5138 .R96 2019
Michał Rynkowski, Religious Courts in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights (Leiden: Brill, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJC5156 .H69 2020
Erica Howard, Law and the Wearing of Religious Symbols in Europe, 2nd ed. (Abingdon: Routledge, 2020).
Online access: http://resolve.library.ubc.ca/cgi-bin/catsearch?bid=10138840

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJE2636 .P55 2019
Justine Pila & Paul L.C. Torremans, European Intellectual Property Law, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJE4442.3 .E87 2019
Manuel Kellerbauer, Marcus Klamert & Jonathan Tomkin, eds., EU Treaties and the Charter of Fundamental Rights: A Commentary (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJE5105 .R47 2019
Ramses A. Wessel & Jed Odermatt, eds., Research Handbook on the European Union and International Organizations (Cheltenham: UK Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019).
Online access: http://resolve.library.ubc.ca/cgi-bin/catsearch?bid=10054836

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJE6011.A432006 K87 2020
Nertila Kuraj, REACH and the Environmental Regulation of Nanotechnology: Preventing and Reducing the Environmental Impacts of Nanomaterials (Abingdon: Routledge, 2020).
Online access: http://resolve.library.ubc.ca/cgi-bin/catsearch?bid=10025215

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KZ1234 .G85 2019
The George Washington International Law Review, Guide to International Legal Research (New York: LexisNexis, 2019).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KPA2101 .H345 2019
Han In-sŏp, 100-yŏn ŭi hŏnpŏp
100년 의 헌법 / 한 인섭.
(Sŏul-si : Purŭn Yŏksa, 2019).
(서울시 : 푸른 역사, 2019).

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Originating in Southwest China, tea is now one of the most popular drinks in the world. It is served differently from country to country. Visit our latest book display and explore the Asian Library collection on tea, its origin, history and culture.

The display is located at the Asian Centre foyer and will be up until March 7.

Rare Books and Special Collections’ regularly scheduled drop-in tour of the Chung Collection for Thursday, February 27, is cancelled for a special event. We apologize for any inconvenience. The weekly Chung Collection tour will resume on March 5, 2020 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

The Wallace B. Chung and Madeline H. Chung Collection, one of our most well-known and beloved special collections, contains material related to three broad and interrelated themes: early British Columbia history, immigration and settlement and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. The Chung Collection contains more than 25,000 rare and unique items (documents, books, maps, posters, paintings, photographs, silver, glass, ceramic ware and other artifacts), and selections from the collection are on display in RBSC, organized to show some of the most compelling stories of Canada’s past.

If you are unable to make the drop-in tour, you are welcome to browse the exhibition anytime RBSC is open, Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The exhibition, on level 1 of UBC Library’s Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, is free and open to the general public, as well as the UBC community. For more information, please contact Rare Books and Special Collections at 604 822-2521.

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Our new Collection Spotlight is up. Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day is February 26, 2020.  The theme this year is ‘Lift Each Other Up.’

https://www.pinkshirtday.ca/lift-each-other-up

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