Journal of the Southwest

Journal of the Southwest, founded in 1959 as Arizona and the West, began publishing in its current format in 1987. A refereed journal published quarterly by the Southwest Center at the University of Arizona, Journal of the Southwest invites scholarly articles, essays, and reviews informing any aspect of the Greater Southwest (including northern Mexico). Dedicated to an integrated regional study, the journal publishes broadly across disciplines, including: intellectual and social history, anthropology, literary studies, folklore, historiography, politics, borderlands studies, and regional natural history.

Journal of the Southwest is indexed in America: History and Life, Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Current Contents, Historical Abstracts, and MLA International Bibliography.

Journal of the Southwest assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions of contributors.
Journal of the Southwest (ISSN 0894-8410) is published quarterly at a subscription price of $25 for individuals and $65 for institutions. Foreign subscriptions are $50 for individuals and $75 for institutions, postage included. Two-year subscriptions are available at a reduced rate. The price for a single issue is $15, including shipping and handling (this may be higher for some issues).

Submissions should be in Microsoft Word, double spaced, and in 12-point font.  Illustrations must be saved in separate files, at least 300 DPI resolution, and disembedded from the text.  Journal of the Southwest publishes color images only when they are integral and relevant to the text.  Color reproduction may require subvention.  There is no a priori limitation on length.

Please send submissions to Jeffrey Banister:  The review process can take from three to four months.

Joseph C. Wilder, Editor; Jeffrey M. Banister, Assosciate Editor
Journal of the Southwest
1401 E. FIrst St., University of Arizona,
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0185.
Telephone (520) 621-2484.



Southwest Center Book Series

Edited by Joseph C. Wilder, the aim of the Southwest Center Series is to publish important new books about the southwestern United States, northwestern Mexico, and the region of the border between Mexico and the United States. The series comprises exemplary monographs, translations, editions of important documents, reissues of previously published works, and books of general interest in a variety of fields, especially in history, anthropology, geography, and borderlands studies.





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