The editors of the Retrospect, the graduate student journal of the University of Texas at Dallas chapter of the Phi Alpha Theta, are inviting book reviews for the inaugural online issue concerning the frontiers of history. The goal of the issue is to explore the transdisciplinary connections across the various boundaries and frontiers in order to create a broad appreciation for the field of historical studies. These frontiers may include but are not limited to methodologies, disciplines, periods, events, regions, genders, ethnicities, races, and cultures. The intention, then, is to investigate the demarcation of historic ideas, concepts, or events so that we may challenge the resulting boundaries. We encourage submissions from graduate students and junior scholars, but we accept submissions from all scholars.
The review should address a recently-read monograph published in 2005 or 2006 that concerns the frontiers of history as described above. Please submit your book review to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “book review for journal” in the subject line. Reviews should follow Chicago Style. Retrospect uses Word documents; please include your surname in the filename.
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