Historians at Work

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These HistorySoTL Society members historians are currently studying how to improve teaching and learning in history. Additionally, some are are willing to serve as:
         A – Advisors or evaluators of programs or curriculum design
         O – Outside evaluators in tenure, promotion, and salary decisions
         P – Presenters or workshop hosts
         R – Referees/reviewers of book and/article manuscripts
         TAH – Advisors or assessors of TAH grants


Bob Bain, Associate Professor, Education, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA | website

Sean Brawley, Senior Lecturer, History, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia | website

Vernon Burton, Professor, History and Sociology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois, USA | website

Lendol Calder, Associate Professor, History, Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, USA | website

Michael Coventry, Visiting Assistant Professor, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA (A, P, R) | website

William Cutler III, Professor, History Department, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (O, R) | website

Diana Jeater, Principal Lecturer, University of West England, Bristol, UK (A, O, R) | website

David Pace, Professor, History Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA (O, P, R) | brief cv | Research specialty: Reading, required mental operations for historical thinking

Geoff Timmins, Professor, History Department, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK (A, O, R) | website | Research specialty: Progression and differentiation in HE history teaching

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