A network to provide discussion of any and all water history issues, their relationship to current issues, and to disseminate/share information, including new books and sources.

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Request for Participation: International WaTERS Network

The International WaTERS Network is a partnership with a multi-faceted approach focusing on water equity issues in the global South.  Our project is aimed at: promoting collaborative and comparative research on urban water resilience, with specific focus on rural-urban linkages and institutional, social and equity dimensions; and fostering knowledge mobilization.
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CFP (conference): “The Global Environmental History of World War II in the United States”

Call for Papers

 “The Global Environmental History of World War II in the United States”

Dates: February 26-28, 2016

Location: The Ohio State University

Conveners: Thomas Robertson, Richard Tucker, Nicholas Breyfogle, and Peter Mansoor

2015 WHA Conference Graduate Student Workshop

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Western History Librarian/Archivist/Curator Group

“Improving the Research Experience: A Workshop for Graduate Students in Western American History”



Laurie Arnold (WHA Membership Chair and Director, Native American Studies Program, Gonzaga University)

Maurita Baldock (University of Arizona Special Collections)

Peter J. Blodgett (Huntington Library)

Tamsen Hert (University of Wyoming Special Collections)

George Miles (Beinecke Library, Yale University)