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Laura Ishiguro is an Assistant Professor in History at the University of British Columbia, and a hāfu settler on unceded Musqueam territory. An historian of Canada and the British Empire, she currently focuses on settler colonialism, family, and the everyday in nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century British Columbia.



Major Publications:

L. Ishiguro, How I wish I might be near: distance and the epistolary family in late nineteenth-century condolence letters, in Within and Without the Nation: Canadian History as Transnational History, K. Dubinsky, Perry, A., and Yu, H. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015, pp. 212-227.

E. Cleall, Ishiguro, L., and Manktelow, E. J., Imperial Relations: Histories of family in the British Empire, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, vol. 14, p. N_A, 2013.