This issue marks a big change for the Southwestern Historical Quarterly and the Texas State Historical Association. Walter L. Buenger has become the editor of the journal and the Chief Historian of TSHA, succeeding Randolph B. "Mike" Campbell in both positions. In the following pages, we offer a fond farewell to Mike and a hearty welcome to Walter. As usual for the July issue of the Quarterly, we will also report some of the significant news from TSHA's recent Annual Meeting. At left: Randolph B. "Mike" Campbell, Chief Historian of the Texas State Historical Association, 20082017, and editor of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 20052017. At right, Walter L. Buenger, who holds both positions as of July 1, 2017. Southwestern Historical Quarterly Farewell and Welcome July My service as editor of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly began with Number 1 of Volume 109 in July 2005 and ended with Number 4 of Volume 120 in April 2017--twelve volumes in twelve years. (I love symmetry.) I cannot list the names of everyone who assisted in the publication of all those issues, so let me recognize groups and then turn to individuals. First, literally hundreds of scholars in Texas history have given
Southwestern Historical Quarterly – Texas State Historical Association
Published: Jul 12, 2017
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