Scholarly Activities & Media Coverage British Columbia Project

This page contains information about scholarly presentations, public lectures, articles, and media coverage.

February 2020 - Op Ed

"The buzz before Trans Mountain’s boom is a serious policy gap." Op Ed by Marieka Sax and Daniel Tubb published online in Ricochet, February 6, 2020.

November 2019 - Conference Presentation

"Conceptualizing the “Buzz” Phase of Resource Extraction: The Case of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) in Northwestern Canada" was a paper given at the Canadian Anthropology Society (CASCA) annual conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.

May 2019 - Public Lecture

"Community impacts of the buzz of natural resource extraction: From Northern Peru to Northern BC" was an public lecture hosted by the Department of Anthropology at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

November 2018 - Public Lecture

"The Open Veins of British Columbia" was a paper given as part of the Anthropology in Our Backyards Speaker Series, hosted by the Department of Anthropology, UNBC.

November 2018 - Radio Interview

Interview of Marieka Sax on CBC Radio Daybreak North about the Anthropology in Our Backyards public lecture. November 6, 2018.

November 2018 - News Story

"UNBC talk to focus on what LNG means for B.C." Prince George Daily News. November 5, 2018.

November 2018 - News Story

"LNG topic of anthropology talk." Prince George Citizen. November 2, 2018.

November 2018 - Workshop Paper

"The Open Veins of British Columbia: Liquefied natural gas development from the perspective of Latin American extractivism" was a paper given at the Rural Issues Workshop in Fredericton, New Brunswick.