XLIV - Number 4
Silvana R. Siddali
"Regulating the Jackals of the Monetary World:
Banking and Constitutional Reform in the
James David Nichols
"The Line of Liberty:
Runaway Slaves and Fugitive Peons in the
"¡Medicina Sí Muerte No!:
Race, Public Health, and the 'Long War on Poverty'
in Mathis, Texas, 1948–1971"
Articles in 2013
The Western Historical Quarterly
set a new journal record in 2013 with authors winning seven
national and international prizes for their published articles.
Edited and produced for the Western History Association by
USU’s Department of History since 1969, the Western
Historical Quarterly presents original articles dealing
with the North American West—expansion and colonization,
indigenous histories, regional studies (including western
Canada, northern Mexico, Alaska, and Hawai’i), and transnational,
comparative, and borderland histories. Editor and history
professor David Rich Lewis reports that the journal’s
strong reputation is drawing in the best scholarship produced
in years, focusing attention on USU as a national clearinghouse
for western history and attracting top students from across
the country to the history graduate program.
WHQ author Miles Powell (Winter 2012) won the Aboriginal
History Study Group, Best Article/Chapter Prize from the Canadian
Historical Association; Matthew S. Gilbert (WHQ Autumn
2012) won the Western Writers of America Spur Award for best
western short nonfiction; George Colpitts (WHQ Summer
2012) received the Robert F. Heizer Award from the American
Society for Ethnohistory for the best ethnohistorical article;
Steven Sabol (WHQ Spring 2012) won the Arrell M.
Gibson Award from the Western History Association for the
best article or chapter on Native American history; and Grace
Peña Delgado (WHQ Summer 2012) won the Coalition
of Western Women’s History Jensen-Miller Prize for women’s
history and the Bolton-Cutter Award for the best article on
southwest borderlands history from the Western History Association,
as well as the Judith Lee Ridge Prize from the Western Association
of Women Historians.
More information on the Western Historical Quarterly’s
track record of publishing award-winning scholarship can be
found at http://www.usu.edu/whq/awards.htm.
in 2011, the Western Historical Quarterly joined JSTOR’s
Current Scholarship Program to electronically deliver and
preserve both its current and historic content.
Current individual members of the Western History
Association will be able to access the entire run of the WHQ
through JSTOR. For WHA membership and member access information,
contact the WHA at http://www.westernhistoryassociation.wildapricot.org/.
Institutional subscribers now have the option
of receiving the WHQ as paper only, paper and electronic,
or as an electronic only subscription. Furthermore, they can
obtain WHQ back issues bundled in JSTOR’s archive collections.
For institutional subscription information see http://www.usu.edu/whq/subsorder.htm.
In 2013, JSTOR launched JPASS. Any individual
who needs access beyond JSTOR’s free limited reading
program (Register & Read http://about.jstor.org/rr),
can now get their own monthly or annual pass that provides
access to 1,500 journals from JSTOR's archive collection.
For more information on JPASS, visit http://jpass.jstor.org.
History Department and WHQ Highlighted by AHA's HistoriansTV
American Historical Association has recognized USU's Department
of History and the Western Historical Quarterly for their
innovative approach to teaching and research publication.
In its second year partnering with HistoriansTV to produce
30 minute news programs for broadcast during its 2010 annual
convention, the AHA selected USU for one of its five minute
"thought leadership films." These feature segments
highlight programs, policies, technologies, best practices,
and institutions from around the US and Canada that advance
the goal of historical research, scholarship, and education.
USU's Department of History was recognized for its brilliant
pedagogy and innovative assessment models, as well as for
its leadership in the field of western American history. The
AHA singled out its 40-plus year sponsorship of the Western
Historical Quarterly which creates a unique and vibrant graduate
program with special opportunities for students and faculty.
view the HistoriansTV program at: