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BYU Redd Center 2015 Fall Lecture Series

The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University is excited to announce the participants for the annual Fall Lecture Series. Each fall, the Redd Center hosts a number of lectures on campus to present and highlight new and innovative research being done in Western American studies. Many feature scholars who have previously received funding and support from the Redd Center. Unless otherwise stated, these lectures are held on Thursday mornings at 11:00 AM (Mountain Standard Time) on BYU campus. They are open to the BYU campus community and the public at large.

CFP: Administrative History of Golden Spike National Historic Site

CFP: Research and Write a Comprehensive Administrative History of Golden Spike National Historic Site

The OAH and National Park Service presently seek a qualified scholar to research and write a comprehensive Administrative History of Golden Spike National Historic Site, located near Promontory, Utah.

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