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L. K. Shin, Thinking About ’Non-Chinese’ in Ming China, in Antiquarianism and Intellectual Life in Europe and China, 1500–1800, P. N. Miller and Louis, F. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012, pp. 289–309.
L. K. Shin, Book Review: Paul A. COHEN, Speaking to History: The Story of King Goujian in Twentieth-Century China. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2009, China Information, vol. 23. pp. 507-508, 2009.
L. K. Shin, Cultural Centrality and Political Change in Chinese History: Northeast Henan in the Fall of the Ming, Canadian Journal of History, vol. 39. p. 412, 2004.
L. K. Shin, The Nation and Its Logic in Early-Twentieth-Century China, Journal of the Canadian Historical Association (digital edition), vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 104–22, 2007.
L. K. Shin, Book Review: James LEIBOLD, Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism: How the Qing Frontier and Its Indigenes Became Chinese. New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, China Information, vol. 22. pp. 500-502, 2008.
L. K. Shin and Dardess, J. W., Blood and history in China: the Donglin faction and its repression: 1, Pacific Affairs, vol. 76. p. 291, 2003.
L. K. Shin, Ming China and Its Border with Annam, in Chinese State at the Borders, D. Lary Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2007, pp. 91–104.
L. K. Shin, The Last Campaigns of Wang Yangming, T’oung Pao, vol. 92, pp. 101-128, 2006.
T. Sharon, Geography Based Representation and a Lonely Traveler’s Narcissistic Musings: How Knowledge Becomes Power in the Chronicles of Manuel Iradier, in Between Three Continents: Rethinking Equatorial Guinea on the 40th Anniversary of its Independence from Spain, International Conference, Hofstra University, New York, 2009.
T. Sharon, Funeral Practices of the Nzema, Osprey, no. Spring, 2003.
T. Sharon, (De)Constructing Margins: Road Colonization and Peripheral Citizenship in the Peruvian Amazon, in Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Annual Congress, Toronto, Ont., 2010.
T. Sharon, A Conversation on the Postcolonial Home: Divergent Constructions of ‘Home’ in the Work of Ahmadou Kourouma and Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel, in Envisioning Home Conference, City University of New York, New York, 2006.
T. Sharon, La desaparición de una identidad indígena como base de la nación en la ‘flash fiction’ de Carlos Zavaleta; The Disappearance of Indigenous Identity as the Base of the Nation in the Flash Fiction of Carlos Zavaleta, in Beyond Imagining Nation Conference, UBC, Vancouver, BC, 2007.
T. Sharon, In the Service of a Fool: Reinserting History’s Absurdity in Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel, in The Palimpsest of Memory and the Recycling of Language Conference, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, 2008.
T. Sharon, All that Lima Will Allow, Osprey, no. Fall, pp. 16-17, 2002.
W. H. Sewell and Thrupp, S. L., Comments, The American Historical Review, vol. 85, p. 847, 1980.
W. H. Sewell and Thrupp, S. L., [Marc Bloch and Comparative History]: Comments, The American Historical Review, vol. 85, p. 847, 1980.
L. Kah Seng, Liao, E., Tju, L. Cheng, and Guoquan, S., Tangled Strands of Modernity: The University Socialist Club and the Contest for Malaya. Amsterdam, Netherlands; Singapore: Amsterdam University Press; National University of Singapore Press, 2012.
D. Schreiber and Newell, D., NEGOTIATING TEK IN BC SALMON FARMING: Learning from Each Other or Managing Tradition and Eliminating Contention?, BC Studies, pp. 79-102, 2006.
S. Sandhra and Jauhal, P., A Soldier Remembers: Lieutenant Colonel Pritam Singh Jauhal, A Memoir. University of the Fraser Valley: Centre for Indo Canadian 
Studies, 2013.
S. Sandhra, Sustaining echoes of the past - building a future: 100 years of Indo-Canadian history. Abbotsford, BC: From Village to City:
 Centers of Innovation and Excellence, 2015.
S. Sandhra, Canadian Sikh Heritage Pioneer Interviews. 2007.
S. Sandhra, Koehn, S., Jarvis, P., Bains, S., and Addison, M., Promoting mental health of immigrant seniors in community, Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 146 - 156, 2014.
S. Sandhra, Guru Nanak’s Philosophy and Science Understanding Sikhism, The Research Journal, vol. 14, no. 1-2, 2012. (127.09 KB)
W. N. Sage, The Critical Period of British Columbia History, 1866-1871. The Pacific Historical Review, Dec 1932, pp. 424-443: , 1932.