Magazine article California History

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Magazine article California History

From the Publishers

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We are pleased to announce that California History has a new publisher! Previously scheduled to cease publication, the journal has found another home with one of our largest and most distinguished American university presses--University of California Press. After nearly a century of issues devoted to the culturally rich histories of California, we are delighted to have formed such a fitting alliance between our two organizations and are excited by the opportunities new ownership will bring to California History. To learn more about UC Press's diverse and award-winning programs, visit www.ucpress.edu.

This is the California Historical Society's final issue of the journal, co-published with UC Press and prepared by CHS's editorial team, Dr. Janet Fireman, Shelly Kale, and Dr. James Rawls. Dr. Rawls has volunteered for thirty years as the publication's book review editor in a remarkable demonstration of dedication to California historiography. Enjoy his extended reviews section as you take in the breadth and diversity of this issue's provocative articles, selected by Dr. Fireman, which examine how Californians navigated through legal, economic, cultural, and social upheaval during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

We are also pleased to announce that California History will continue under the editorial leadership of Dr. Josh Sides. Josh holds the Whitsett Chair of California History and serves as director of the Center for Southern California Studies at California State University, Northridge. …

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