The Canadian Studies Center would like to extend congratulations to Christopher Herbert, History (2012), University of Washington, who was just appointed to a tenure-track position in the History Department at Columbia Basin College in Pasco, Washington.
Christopher’s thesis is entitled, “White Power, Yellow Gold: Colonialism and Identity in the California and British Columbia Gold Rushes, 1848 – 1871.” John Findlay served as his chair. The thesis focuses on how white manliness was created, understood, and acted upon, in the California and British Columbia gold rushes. Congratulations Christopher!
The Canadian Studies Center has a Professional Development Program for Graduate Students enabling any U.W. student from across campus to join the Center as an Affiliated Graduate Student. Affiliated Graduate Students are provided with mentorship and opportunities on cross-border studies.