Journal of the Texas Oral History Association
Sound Historian represents the commitment of the Texas Oral History Association to excellence in the practice of oral history research methodology. The journal, first issued in 1993, consists of scholarly articles focused on multidisciplinary topics. The editorial board welcomes papers on any subject provided oral history is a component of the work. Student papers are welcome. Dr. Kenneth E. Hendrickson, Professor, Emeritus of Midwestern State University's History Department, is the Editor-in-Chief.
Manuscripts should be double spaced, with footnotes and bibliography. Contributors should keep copies of work submitted. In matters of form and citation refer to the Chicago Manual of Style, 14th ed. Submission of a paper does not guarantee publication. Each paper will be refereed by the editorial board. When the board accepts a manuscript for publication, instructions will be provided for any required editing. Authors must submit final copies on computer diskette.
Address inquiries on manuscripts to:Dr. Kenneth E. Hendrickson, Jr.
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Additional information on membership categories, subscriptions, advertising policies, or to order individual copies or back issues, contact:Lois E. Myers