XLIV - Number 1
Albert L. Hurtado
"Bolton and Turner:
The Borderlands and American Exceptionalism"
"The Civil War and the Origins of the Colorado
"Chinese Dragon and Eagle of Anáhuac:
The Local, National, and International Implications
of the Ensenada Anti-Chinese Campaign of 1934"
Associate Provost for Academic Affairs at Texas Christian
University highlights Todd M. Kerstetter’s
Spring 2012 WHQ essay, “Rock Music and the New West,
1980-2010” in Endeavors, an online magazine produced
by the TCU Graduate Studies and Research Office. You can read
that interview at:
announces its affiliation with
JSTOR’s Current Scholarship Program
in 2011, the Western Historical Quarterly joined
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current and historic content.
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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: