Most academic historians teach history in post-secondary classrooms. Within the profession, however, the majority of publications and symposia focus on historians’ production of knowledge as scholars rather than their dissemination of knowledge as educators.  “Historians Teaching History” will explore the bridges and relationships between these professional roles.  How is history being taught effectively in university classrooms and what opportunities are there for improvement?  What are our students’ expectations and what do we expect from them?  What knowledge and which skills should be priorities for teachers of history in the 21st century?  Conference sessions address these and other questions with the intent of provoking discussion about challenges, priorities, and best practices in the teaching of history in universities.  

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