Awards Since 2000

CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION: CANADIAN COMMITTEE ON MIGRATION, ETHNICITY AND TRANSNATIONALISM ARTICLE PRIZE (2017):

Laura Ishiguro, “'Growing up and Grown Up … In Our Future City': Discourses Of Childhood And Settler Futurity In Colonial British Columbia”, BC Studies no.190 Histories of Settler Colonialism, Summer 2016 

CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION: CANADIAN COMMITTEE ON MIGRATION, ETHNICITY AND TRANSNATIONALISM ARTICLE PRIZE (2015):

Jordan Stanger-Ross, “Telling a Difficult Past” Kishizo Kimura’s Memoir of Entanglement in Racist Policy” BC Studies no.181, Spring 2014.

THE FOREST HISTORY SOCIETY: THEODORE C. BLEGEN AWARD FOR THE BEST SCHOLARSHIP IN FOREST AND CONSERVATION HISTORY PUBLISHED IN A JOURNAL OTHER THAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY (2014):

Nancy Turner, Dana Lepofsky and Doug Deur, "Plant Management Systems of British Columbia's First Peoples," BC Studies 179 (Autumn, 2013), 107-133.

THE FOREST HISTORY SOCIETY: THEODORE C. BLEGEN AWARD FOR THE BEST SCHOLARSHIP IN FOREST AND CONSERVATION HISTORY PUBLISHED IN A JOURNAL OTHER THAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY (2013):

Richard Rajala, “`Streams Being Ruined from a Salmon Producing Standpoint:’ Clearcutting, Fish Habitat, and Forest Regulation in British Columbia, 1900-45,” BC Studies 176 (Winter 2012-2013), 93-132.

THE FOREST HISTORY SOCIETY: THEODORE C. BLEGEN AWARD FOR THE BEST SCHOLARSHIP IN FOREST AND CONSERVATION HISTORY PUBLISHED IN A JOURNAL OTHER THAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY  (2012):

Lynne Davis, “Home or Global Treasure? Understanding Relationships between the Heiltsuk Nation and Environmentalists,” BC Studies 171 (Autumn 2011), 9-36.

CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION (CANADIAN COMMITTEE ON WOMEN’S HISTORY): HILDA NEATBY PRIZE FOR BEST ARTICLE ON CANADIAN WOMEN’S HISTORY (2004):

Cameron (previously Karen) Duder, “Public Acts and Private Languages: Bisexuality and the Multiple Discourses of Constance Grey Swartz,” BC Studies 136 (Winter 2002-3), 3-24.

CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION (CANADIAN COMMITTEE ON THE HISTORY OF SEXUALITY): PRIZE FOR THE BEST ARTICLE IN THE HISTORY OF SEXUALITY (2004):

Cameron (previously Karen) Duder, “Public Acts and Private Languages: Bisexuality and the Multiple Discourses of Constance Grey Swartz,” BC Studies 136 (Winter 2002-3), 3-24.