"'Chinamen' and 'Delinquent Girls': Intimacy, Exclusion, and a Search for California's Color Line" Wins 3 Awards

Posted
October 29, 2018

Beth Lew-Williams's December 2017 Journal of American History article "'Chinamen' and 'Delinquent Girls': Intimacy, Exclusion, and a Search for California's Color Line" has won the 2018 Ray Allen Billington Prize for the best article on Western history published in any journal other than the WHQ, the 2018 Jensen-Miller Award for the best article on women and gender in the North American West, and the 2018 Vicki L. Ruiz Award for the best article on race in the North American West.

The prizes were awarded Friday, October 19, 2018, at the 58th annual conference of the Western History Association in San Antonio, TX.

Read more at the Western History Association.

Area of Interest: 
Asian American
Gender & Sexuality
Race & Ethnicity
Region: 
American West