Fort Lewis College Professor of History and Environmental Studies Wins Book Awards

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Fort Lewis College Professor of History and Environmental Studies Wins Book Awards

Gulliford’s new Outdoors in the Southwest: An Adventure Anthology published this year by the University of Oklahoma Press won in two categories.

The edited anthology won in the Nature/Environment category for the 2014 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards, and was the winner for best book published on Arizona for the same competition.

Research was supported by the Fort Lewis College Foundation, the Ballantine Family Foundation, the Charles Redd Center at Brigham Young University and by a sabbatical courtesy of the Fort Lewis College Board of Trustees.

Gulliford’s book is used on campus in wilderness and English classes.

Gulliford’s Preserving Western History published by the University of New Mexico Press was named one of the best Southwest Books of the Year – 2005 by the Tucson-Pima County Library.

In 2004, Gulliford won the Colorado Book Award for Boomtown Blues: Colorado Oil Shale.

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