Roundup publishes timely feature articles in connection with the quarterly theme as well as smaller articles on professional development, funding opportunities and upcoming events. Articles may be controversial, theoretical, or journalistic – the goal is to achieve a balance of articles of interest to a wide readership. Projects undertaken by museologists across Canada or overseas are also included if they are relevant to BC.
Quarterly themes are established by an editorial committee for our feature articles, who direct the Editor to solicit related content. It is recommended that people contact Jane Lemke, Managing Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting unsolicited content. Though the content published in Roundup does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the BC Museums Association, the BCMA reserves the right to reject or require edits to content at any point in the publication process due to suitability or space restrictions.
No. 271 Change Makers
This issue highlights projects, institutions or individuals that are making a difference in the field, whether it be advancing technology or making an important social contribution to their community.
Article Proposals Due: December 8, 2017
Full Content Due: January 12, 2018
Published: March 1, 2018
No. 272 Community Collaborations
This issue showcases projects that are engaging with their communities in new ways through community-led initiatives.
Article Proposals Due: February 23, 2018
Full Content Due: April 6, 2018
Published: May 31, 2018
No. 273 BC 150 Grant Recipients
Learn about some highlighted grant recipients of the BC/Canada 150: Celebrating BC Community and their Contributions to Canada grant.
Article Proposals Due: June 8, 2018
Full Content Due: July 20, 2018
Published: September 13, 2018
No. 274 Reconciliation & Repatriation
This issue will highlight the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action and how these are impacting our institutions and communities.