Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with TSHA and take advantage of September’s special membership offer.
Throughout the month of September, TSHA is offering a special gift to members who join at the Commemorative 120 membership level and above. This limited-time offer includes two copies of the Texas Almanac 2016-2017, the go-to guide on all things Texan. This edition features articles that cover Hispanic and Tejano culture, including information on Tex-Mex cuisine and the history of Spanish rule in Texas.
Not only will you help to enhance our Hispanic history content when you become a member, you will also receive:
Access to the TSHA Digital Library—You will gain immediate access to our full library of Texas history content written and produced over the past twelve decades. This includes our popular Texas Talks series, which includes our “Talking Tejano History” and “Understanding Spanish Texas” webinars. In these talks, you will learn more about the roots of Tejano history and Imperial Spanish Texas from the perspective of renowned Texas history scholars.
The Southwestern Historical Quarterly—You will receive all four issues of the premier source of scholarly research on Texas history each year you are a member. Dozens of articles on Hispanic and Tejano history have been featured in the pages of the Quarterly. Recent articles have focused on topics such as the development of Tejano history and the history of Texas women during Spanish rule.
Special Invitations to Attend Exclusive Events—As a TSHA member, you will have insider access to updates about the exciting projects and initiatives at TSHA. TSHA members also receive invites to exclusive events such as our Annual Meeting, where past sessions have covered Hispanic American history.
The Riding Line Newsletter—This content-packed newsletter is sent four times a year and will keep you up-to-date on local historical happenings, recent publications, and other resources that TSHA produces for our members and the public at-large.
Join TSHA and help foster the appreciation and teaching of Tejano history