Teaching History began in 1976 with the goal of providing history teachers at all levels with the best and newest teaching ideas for their classrooms. We invite you to join us as a contributor, a reviewer, and a subscriber, and to share your best ideas with other teachers who care for the future of history.
Our journal is published twice yearly, in April and November. We receive financial support from the Department of Social Sciences and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences of Emporia State University and the College of the Ozarks. Our personal subscription rate, with payment enclosed, is $12.00 a year (two issues of 48-56 pages each) or $30.00 for three years. Our institutional rate is $12.00 a year or $30.00 for three years (invoice on request). Our subscription list is not given or sold to others.
Manuscripts of articles submitted to the editor for publication should include one computer disk copy and one printed copy, double-spaced, with footnotes on separate pages. This should be accompanied by a self-addressed envelope with return postage. Teaching History is a refereed journal.
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