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OAH Member Robert E. Walls Publishes New Book
Dr. Robert Walls recently published a book, Resilience Through Writing: A Bibliographic Guide to Indigenous-Authored Publications in the Pacific Northwest before 1960.
The book presents annotations for almost 2000 Indigenous-authored early writings from the Pacific Northwest, which will be useful for scholars of Native North American history and environmental history.
Dr. Walls teaches in the Department of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame
OAH Members Elected as New Members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced the election of more than 250 new members in 2021. Please join us in congratulating the OAH members who were honored this year.
- Carol Anderson, Emory University
- Patricia Limerick, University of Colorado Boulder
- Kelly Lytle Hernández, University of California, Los Angeles
- Andrés Reséndez, University of California, Davis
- Keith A. Wailoo, Princeton University