CALS staff published in Arkansas Historical Quarterly
CALS staff members, Guy Lancaster and Brian Robertson recently had articles published in the Arkansas Historical Quarterly, a peer-reviewed journal of the Arkansas Historical Association.
The Arkansas Historical Quarterly, established in 1942, is the scholarly journal of the Arkansas Historical Association. It publishes research on every aspect of Arkansas’s history, from earliest human habitation to the twenty-first century. In addition, it offers book reviews, an annual bibliography of Arkansas studies, and regular features on archival holdings and historic architecture in the state.
Guy Lancaster serves as the editor of the CALS Encyclopedia of Arkansas. He holds a Ph.D. in Heritage Studies from Arkansas State University and is the author, co-author, or editor of several books, most notably American Atrocity: The Types of Violence in Lynching, published by the University of Arkansas Press in 2021.
Brian K. Robertson is the Senior Archivist and Manager of the Research Services Division at the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies at the Central Arkansas Library System. He has been at the Center since 1999. He has a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Central Arkansas and a master’s degree in public history from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Robertson, an award-winning author, has written or edited various books and articles on Arkansas history. He is also the project director of the award-winning Arkansas Korean War Project as well as the Arkansas Vietnam War Project. Robertson is an adjunct instructor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and serves on the board of directors of the Arkansas Historical Association.
Brian’s article was published in the Volume 81, Number 2, you can read the full issue here, and the full article, “Anxious to Get Some Scrapping: Spanish-American War Letters of Arkansas Soldiers and Sailors.”