Center for Pacific Northwest Studies

Western Libraries Heritage Resources is creating a digital archive to preserve documentation about Western Washington University’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Material that is collected will be preserved and available for future generations to access and…

Western Libraries is currently accepting applications for the James W. Scott Regional Research Fellowship. Applications are accepted from individuals in doctoral programs as well as individuals who have finished the Ph.D.

The James W. Scott Regional Research Fellowships promote awareness…

The recipient of Western Washington University’s  2018 James W. Scott Research Fellowship, David J. Trimbach, will give a talk at WWU entitled “Place Matters: Understanding Sense of Place for Communities, Policy, and Planning” from noon-1 p.m. on Thursday, June 28 in Special Collections (…

How can media history inform our understanding of our current moment? What is the role of media in the construction of identity, social hierarchies, and our understanding of power? Recognizing that archival and primary source materials provide evidence that can help answer these kinds of…

Western Washington University’s Center for Pacific Northwest Studies welcomes applications for the James W. Scott Regional Research Fellowships, established to promote awareness and use of archival collections at Western and to forward scholarly understandings of the Pacific Northwest. The…

Western Washington University's Center for Pacific Northwest Studies welcomes applications for the James W. Scott Regional Research Fellowships, awarded in honor of a founder and first director of CPNWS and a noted scholar of the Pacific Northwest region.

Up to $1,000 is available in…

Heritage Resources at Western Washington University is playing host to a presentation Thursday, Sept. 26, by University of Oregon professor and 2012-2013 James W. Scott Fellow Dr. Mary Erickson.

The presentation, titled "Bordering an Industry: KVOS-TV and Canawest Film Productions in…

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