Dr. Anne Murphy

Dr. Anne Murphy

Anne Murphy is Associate Professor in the Department of Asian Studies, and is joining the Department of History. She is founder (in 2019) and Lead of the Interdisciplinary Histories Research Cluster at UBC, a role she continues with Associate Lead Chris Lee (English/Asian Canadian Asian Migration Studies) in the 2020-2021 academic year. (For more about the Cluster and its work, see: https://histories-cluster.ubc.ca/). She served as Director of the Centre for India and South Asia Research in the Institute of Asian Research/School for Public Policy and Global Affairs from 1 July 2019 to 31 August 2020, and Co-Director from 2017-2019, and Associate Dean in the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (2018-2020). She was elected to the UBC Senate, representing the Joint Faculties, from 2017-2020. She is a member of the Migration Cluster (now the Centre for Migration Studies).
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Contributions

Vol. 9, No. 1
Punjab, Punjabi, PunjabiyatBy Dr. Anne Murphy
Understanding language, geography and belonging.
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Vol. 9, No. 1
Two Punjabs and More
A Conversation about Dūje Pāse Toñ.
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Vol. 8, No. 3
True Both to History, and to SolidarityBy Hugh Johnston, Ali Kazima and Anne Murphy
Scholars challenge the Vancouver Mural Festival story of the Taike Sye ye Mural. The authors state: "The quest for truth is directly linked to the quest for social justice. Let us not disregard it. Solidarity must be grounded in both".
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Vol. 5, No. 4
Archival Truth and MemoryDr. Anne Murphy
Reflections on the Archive by Dr. Anne Murphy.
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Recollective: Vancouver Independent Archives Week 2018/2019
How to Build a Responsive Community Archive
Who gets to be remembered? Who must fight not to be forgotten? Community archives from traditionally/still racialized and marginalized communities are in danger of being lost due to neglect, under funding, and lack of resources. This panel linked scholars and activists who rely on the preservation of these vulnerable materials to explore intersecting histories of race, migration, power, and memory.
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