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Southwestern Historical Quarterly: April 2022


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Southwestern Historical Quarterly


On the cover: The April 2022 issue of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly concludes our 125th volume. (From 1897 to 1912, the journal was known as the Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association.) To mark the occasion, the editorial staff decided to solicit essays on how a variety of topics have been covered in the Quarterly, and we asked historian Richard McCaslin, author of At the Heart of Texas: One Hundred Years of the Texas State Historical Association, 1897–1997 (Texas State Historical Association, 2007) to write a general history of the publication. (The cover illustration for this issue was done by Joel Phillips.)

Articles

Beyond Big Tex: The Past, Present, and Future of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly
By Walter L. Buenger

A Team Effort: 125 Years of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly
By Richard B. McCaslin

On Presence and Absence: Women’s History in the Southwestern Historical Quarterly
By Nancy Baker Jones 

Regionalism: Texas History is Southwestern History
By Light Townsend Cummins 

Borderlands History in the Southwestern Historical Quarterly
By Omar Valerio-Jiménez

Tejano History in the Southwestern Historical Quarterly
By Arnoldo De León

Coming to Terms with the Texas Revolution in the Pages of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly
By James E. Crisp

Herman Ehrenberg’s Memory: A Research Note
By James E. Crisp

Reflections on the Past: The Southwestern Historical Quarterly and the Civil War Era
By Robert Wooster

The Southwestern Historical Quarterly and the State of Civil Rights History in Texas
By Brian D. Behnken


Published: 2022-04