Faculty and Staff Research
This section highlights publications of our faculty and staff
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Jauhal, Pritam Singh and Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra. "A Soldier Remembers." Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies, University of the Fraser Valley, 2013.
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(2013) The Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies contributed articles in "Pioneer Stories," a book published by the MSA Museum Society. For more information on the book, please visit the MSA Museum Site.
Bains, Satwinder (2012). "Feminist Critique of Socio-Religious Discourse." Understanding Sikhism the Research Journal. http://www.iuscanada.com/journal/archives/2012/j1412p27.pdf
Sandhra, Sharanjit (2012). "Guru Nanak and Maharaja Ranjit Singh-The Unlikely Connection." Understanding Sikhism the Research Journal. http://www.iuscanada.com/journal/archives/2012/j1412p47.pdf
Dandurand, Y. (2010). "Protecting Witnesses and Collaborators of Justice in Terrorism Cases," in Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182, Air India Flight 182: A Canadian Tragedy Final Report - Research Studies - Volume 3 -Terrorism Prosecutions, Ottawa: Government of Canada Publications, pp. 17-80.
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Addison M, Bains S, Cheema J, Goudriaan D, Jarvis P, Koehn S (Aug 2011)- "Just Scratching the Surface"; Mental Health Promotion fo Punjabi Seniors (Forums). Report on findings of 2 forums held to explore the extent to which community services targeted at Punjabi seniors address the social determinants of mental health as identified by Keleher and Armstrong (2005)
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