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Tampa Bay History
In 2007, the Tampa Bay History Center and its partners at USF’s Florida Studies Center relaunched Tampa Bay History, a regional history journal. This book was originally published twice a year, beginning in 1979, by the History Department at the University of South Florida (USF), Tampa campus. Longtime editors Robert Ingalls, Ph. D. and Gary Mormino, Ph.D. produced the journal largely on their own, with assistance provided by department office staff. In the end, Ingalls and Mormino could not keep up with the journal's demands in the face of their responsibilities as university professors and professional historians, and the journal folded in 1998.
In 2000, USF and the Tampa Bay History Center formed a program partnership to broaden each institution's impact and outreach to the community. The partnership reached a new level with the reintroduction of Tampa Bay History. The first publication premiered in November 2007. The annual journal will appear simultaneously in print format and as an open-access electronic publication.
Rodney Kite-Powell, the Tampa Bay History Center’s Saunders Foundation Curator of History, heads the journal’s staff. Andrew Huse, assistant librarian with USF’s Special Collections and Florida Studies Center, is the assistant editor and Florida Studies Center Director Mark I. Greenberg serves as the book review editor.
Anyone interested in submitting an article for publication should contact Rodney Kite-Powell at 813.675.8984 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To suggest books for review or to offer assistance as a book reviewer, please contact Mark I. Greenberg at email@example.com or call 813.974.1198.