Central Texas Studies: Journal of the Central Texas Historical Association
As a member of the CTHA, you will receive a copy of Central Texas Studies: The Journal of the Central Texas Historical Association. The first volume of this annual publication will appear in December 2016. Central Texas Studies highlights some of the most recent and authoritative research in Central Texas history. The journal will contain three scholarly articles on a variety of topics related to the history of the region. Central Texas Studies will also include book reviews and special features, such as a notes and documents section, interviews with prominent scholars, and other information of interest to members.
All articles undergo a double-blind, peer-review process. Please note that we often receive more submissions than can published in the journal. Therefore, articles are published based on the final decisions of the Managing Editor and Editorial Board.
Call For Articles
Central Texas Studies is actively seeking scholarship on all aspects of Texas history, especially articles focusing on the greater Central Texas region. The Association is especially interested in topics covering the history of ethnic groups, women, religion, agriculture, economics, pop culture, sports, as well as military and intellectual history and other subjects related to Texas studies.
Inquiries, manuscript submissions, and other correspondence should be directed to the Managing Editor of Central Texas Studies, Dr. Kenneth Howell.
Kenneth Howell, Ph.D.
Professor of History at Blinn College—Bryan Campus
Managing Editor, Central Texas Studies: Journal of the Central Texas Historical Association
Central Texas Historical Association
P.O. Box 6627
Bryan, Texas 77805-6627
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