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Western Literature Association/Charles Redd Center K-12 Educator Prize; Deadline July 1

The Western Literature Association and the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies will sponsor two K-12 Teaching Awards that will provide teachers with the opportunity to attend and present at the Western Literature Association Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 25-28, 2017. The selected teachers will share their instructional plans and teaching approaches at the conference on a K-12 Teaching Panel on Saturday, October 28.

Charles S. Peterson

I am sad to report the death of Dr. Charles S. Peterson. Chas was the editor of the Western Historical Quarterly from 1980-89, and a longtime member of USU's History Department. He was a kind but exacting editor, a generous mentor, and a gracious human being. I will miss him greatly. His full obituary is available at this link: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/deseretnews/obituary-print.aspx?n=charles-peterson&pid=18... David Rich Lewis Utah State University

New Articles of Interest in the Pacific Historical Review

The Pacific Historical Review recently published the following articles that may interest H-West list subscribers:


- “Four Centuries of Imperial Succession in the Comprador Pacific,” by Jason Oliver Chang

- “‘Happy for John Hay That He Is Dead’: Chinese Students in America and the U.S. Recognition Policy for the Republic of China, 1909-1913,” by Daniel M. DuBois

- ”Borderlands Fortress: Newspaper Magnates, Preparedness, and the Rhetoric of Progress in World War I-Era Los Angeles,” by Maxwell Johnson

Seminar CFP: "Our Everyday Planet, or The Banality of Environmental Evil"

Please consider submitting a proposal for the "seminar" that we will be hosting at this year's meeting of the Association for the Study of Arts of the Present. The conference will take place 26-28 October in Oakland, CA. http://asap9.org 

"Our Everyday Planet, or The Banality of Environmental Evil"