Pacific Historical Review
For over 80 years, the Pacific Historical Review has accurately and adeptly covered the history of American expansion to the Pacific and beyond, as well as the post-frontier developments of the 20th-century American West. Recent articles have discussed:
- Empires, Frontiers, Filibusters, and Pioneers: The Transnational World of John Sutter
- City of the Changers: Watershed Transformations and Indigenous Persistence in Seattle
- “America’s Chinese”: Anti-Communism, Citizenship, and Cultural Diplomacy during the Cold War
- “Beyond This World of Transiency and Impermanence”: Japanese Americans, Dharma Bums, and the Making of American Buddhism during the Early Cold War Years
- An Unladylike Strike Fashionably Clothed: Mexicana and Anglo Women Garment Workers Against Tex-Sun, 1959-1963
- Crossing Boundaries, Creating a Homeland: The Mexican-Chinese Transpacific Journey to Becoming Mexican, 1930s-1960s
- On Coral Reefs, Volcanoes, Gods, and Patriotic Geology; Or, James Dwight Dana Assembles the Pacific Basin
- “In a Race All Their Own”: The Quest to Make Mexicans Ineligible for U.S. Citizenship
- Western Women’s History: A Forum
Every 170-page issue of the Pacific Historical Review features an extensive section devoted to book reviews--"roughly thirty in each issue--"plus frequent review essays. The "Historical News" section provides you with information about key figures in the PCB-AHA, as well as announcements for fellowships and awards. The Pacific Historical Review also includes notes and documents, historiographies, and forums on a broad range of topics.
Pacific Historical Review is now accepting applications for Editorial Fellowships! Click here for more information!