Wendy Wickwire, “James Teit and an Anthropology of Belonging,” Zoom talk, April 22, 2020, hosted by the Vancouver Historical Society.

“A Story of Allyship” — Wendy Wickwire’s presentation to the Learning with Syeyutsus Speaker Series, November 4th, 2020.

Wendy Wickwire gives the keynote talk “Public History: Between the Profession and the People” to the BC Historical Federation, Sept. 12, 2020.

Wendy Wickwire, interviewed by Mark Forsythe on behalf of the BC Historical Federation in honour of its 2020 prize-winners.

Wendy Wickwire talking about James Teit’s importance in the history of British Columbia

Wendy Wickwire speaks at Allied Tribes Memorial


Writing the Coast: BC & Yukon Book Prizes podcast hosted by Megan Cole featuring Wendy Wickwire. Listen here.

An interview with Sheryl McKay, host of CBC’s “North by Northwest” on April 12, 2020. Listen here.

The podcast, “Witness to Yesterday” from the Champlain Society features Wendy Wickwire and At The Bridge. Listen here.

A podcast interview with U of Hawaii anthropologist, Alex Golub (New Books Network). Listen here.

Wendy Wickwire was interviewed on BBC Shetland.
Part One: listen here
Part Two: listen here

Wendy Wickwire was interviewed on CBC Kamloops. Listen here.

Wendy Wickwire was interviewed by Mark Forsythe about At The Bridge. Listen here.