Book Reviewer Questionnaire

The Southwestern Historical Quarterly depends in large part on TSHA members and other scholars to review the books the Quarterly receives. Our thanks to those of you who have given of your time and expertise in this manner in the past. We are continually updating our records and request that you complete the following form if you are interested in reviewing books for the Quarterly.

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