Associate Professor Juliana Barr wins three article awards!

Published: November 6th, 2012

Category: Uncategorized

The Department of History extends its congratulations to Associate Professor Juliana Barr, whose article¬†“Geographies of Power: Mapping Indian Borders in the ‘Borderlands’ of the Early Southwest” (William and Mary Quarterly, 68:1, January 2011) won the Kimberly Hanger Article Prize from the Latin American/Caribbean/Borderlands section of the Southern Historical Association. This is the third honor Barr has received for the article, ¬†as she also won the 2011 Lester J. Cappon prize for the best article in the William and Mary Quarterly and the 2011 Bolton-Cutter Article Award for the best journal article in Spanish Borderlands History from the Western History Association.

Juliana Barr


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