for being selected to participate in the Richards Center Emerging Scholars Summer Mentoring Program at Pennsylvania State University. The program allows promising undergraduate students to attend simulated doctoral seminars and workshops designed to prepare them for graduate education in History.

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curator of ethnohistory at the Arizona State Museum and a faculty affiliate in the Department of History, the 2018 Wayne N. Aspinall Chair in History.  Michael will spend three weeks next spring on the Grand Junction campus teaching a course on the intersection of law and history and will give a public lecture on his research into the living legacies of Spanish and Mexican natural resource law in the North American West.  Congratulations, Michael!

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History's 2017 recipient of the Colonial Dames of America in Arizona Scholarship!  Casey is an undergraduate History major focusing in American History.

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for being named one of the 2017 fellows of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation in the category of Intellectual & Cultural History!

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History graduate students DANIELLE BLALOCK (Chile), CORY DAVIS (Germany), and RUTH OROPEZA (Spain) all received Fulbright awards for next year! 

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at and join in the fun of being part of a group that loves to learn, host speakers, and get together for an occasional game night!

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to present on grant and fellowship applications on Friday, March 24, 2017, at 4pm in Social Sciences room 128.

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The Yellow River: The Problem of Water in Modern China was awarded the 2016 Cecil B. Currey Book Prize by the Association of Global South Studies in November 2016.  Congratulations!

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On Friday, February 24, 4:00-5:30 in Social Sciences 411, Professor Emma Pere of the University of Colorado will speak on Queering Decolonial History in the Borderlands: "The Female Warrior," 1836 and the El Paso Court Case, 1891.

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