The Southern Historical Association
was organized November 2, 1934. Its objectives are the promotion of interest and research in southern history, the collection
and preservation of the South's historical records, and the
encouragement of state and local historical societies in the
South. As a secondary purpose the Association fosters the teaching
and study of all areas of history in the South.
The Association maintains
two permanent offices: the editorial offices, located
at Rice University, and the secretary-treasurer's office,
located at the University of Georgia.
Inquiries concerning membership,
and address changes should be sent to Lisa Dover.
Inquiries concerning articles,
books, book reviews, advertising in the Journal
of Southern History, departmental activities, and professional
news and notices should be directed to:
John B. Boles, Editor
Journal of Southern History - MS 45
6100 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77005-1892
Inquiries concerning the annual
meeting should be directed to:
John C. Inscoe, Secretary-Treasurer
Southern Historical Association
Department of History
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602-1602
The Association holds an annual meeting, usually
in the first or second week of November. Sessions at the annual
meeting are devoted to the fields of American, European, and
Latin American history. Other sessions of interest are included
from time to time.
Members of the Association should inform the
secretary-treasurer of changes of address at least six weeks
prior to the publication of the next issue of the Journal
of Southern History. To insure normal receipt of the
published program of the annual meeting, members should inform
the secretary-treasurer of changes of address by July 1.