Clements Center Evening Lecture Series


TBD: Winner of the 2018 Weber-Clements Prize for Best Non-Fiction Book on Southwestern America

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TBD |  The Texana  Room - Fondren Library Center, 6404 Robert S. Hyer Lane, SMU  |  5:30 reception followed by 6:00 pm award ceremony, lecture and book signing  
Co-sponsored with SMU's DeGolyer Special Collections Library





The $2,500 Weber-Clements Book Prize, administered by the Western History Association, honors fine writing and original research on the American Southwest. The competition is open to any nonfiction book, including biography, on any aspect of Southwestern life, past or present. The William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies is part of SMU's Dedman College and affiliated with the Department of History. It was created to promote research, publishing, teaching and public programming in a variety of fields related to the American Southwest.  

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