Subscriptions and Advertising
The Southwestern Historical Quarterly is offered as a benefit of membership of the Texas State Historical Association. You may join TSHA by clicking here and filling out the form. Memberships are also available through several subscription agencies. Depending upon availability, single issues of the journal are available for purchase.
$100 Institutional Available to Universities, Museums, and Libraries only. Canadian Institutions add $26, Other foreign institutions add $32.
Institutional benefits include: a subscription to the Southwestern Historical Quarterly and Riding Line newsletter. Member discounts to Annual Meeting and TSHA products only.
If you have any questions about institutional membership , please contact Brianna Alldredge at 512-471-2600.
U.S. individual $21.00
Canada, Mexico $27.00
Other foreign $28.50
U.S. Institution $32.00
Can./Mex. Instit. $38.00
Other Foreign Instit. $39.50
For individual copies, the Texas State Historical Association will levy a $5 shipping charge for the first copy and $1 for each additional copy.
Advertising for the Southwestern Historical Quarterly:
|Format||Rate||Maximum Size (Inches)|
|Full page:||$300.00||4.5 x 7.5|
|Half page horizontal:||$225.00||4.5 x 3.75|
|Back cover (B&W):||$375.00||4.5 x 7.5|
|Back cover (color):||$450.00||4.5 x 7.5|
trim size: 6 x 9 inches
halftones: 133 line screen
(if color ads cannot be provided as electronic files, color separations must be provided)
Deadlines for Quarterly Ads
July issue: April 15
October: July 15
January: October 15
April: January 15
We prefer that ads be submitted as PDF files. A design and typography charge will be assessed if ad is not camera-ready. Bills are due thirty days from date of invoice.
For additional information, please contact:
Associate Editor, Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Texas State Historical Association
3001 Lake Austin Blvd.
Austin, TX 78703
fax: (512) 473-8691
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