Coalition for Western Women's History Armitage-Jameson Book Prize (deadline extended to June 15, 2022)

The CWWH is pleased to announce an extended deadline for the Armitage-Jameson Prize for the most outstanding monograph or edited volume published in western women’s, gender, and/or sexuality history published in 2021. To be eligible, the book must be published in 2021 and address women and gender in the North American West, which includes the relevant geographic regions of Canada and Mexico, as well as United States territories, past and present. The award recipient will receive $1000 and the publishing press will receive a certificate.

New Cornell Migrations podcast season launched: WAITING

We've just launched the second season of Migrations: A World on the Move, produced through Cornell University's Migrations initiative. This season, we focus on the theme of WAITING. You can find our first episode, along with all episodes from season 1, at our website ( and on podcasting platforms.

Webinar: Migrants, Refugees, and Cages: Understanding the American Detention Regime (Nov. 18)

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Migrants, Refugees, and Cages: Understanding the American Detention Regime

How did the U.S. treat refugees and immigrants in the Trump era, from bureaucratic hurdles to cages? Prof. David Hernández analyzes the US detention system, particularly as it intersects with Latinx immigration.

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