Articles and Resources for Teaching


Molly M. Wood, “Teaching the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan,” April 2013, 55-57.

John Lewis Gaddis, “Spiderman, Shakespeare, and Kennan: The Art of Teaching Biography,” January 2013, 39-42.

Vicki Tobias, Richard Hume Werking, Brian Clancy, Robert M. Morrison, and Nicole Phelps, “Using Digitized Documents in the Teaching of the University of Wisconsin’s Foreign Relations of the United States Series,” April 2011, 14-21.

Richard Hume Werking, “The Last Word,” January 2011, 71.

Ronald Eisenman, “A Cold War Update for a High School Teacher,” January 2011, 31-33.

Melissa Jane Taylor and Alexander R. Wieland, “History in Action: Teaching Diplomatic History to Diplomats,” January 2011, 28-33.

Philip Nash, “A Classroom Simulation on Humanitarian Intervention”, January 2010, 25-27.

Douglas Karsner, Ron Eisenman, and David Koistinen, “Taking History Overseas,” January 2010, 14-24.

Kenneth W. Rea, “Promoting International Education: An Academic Vice-President’s Approach,” April 2009, 34-35.

Kristin Hoganson, Gary R. Hess, Carol Jackson Adams, and Matt Loayza, “Multimedia and the Teaching of Diplomatic History,” January 2009, 40-46.

Jeff Woods, “Teaching New Media: A Class on the White House Tapes,” August 2008, 44-46.

Thomas Scheinfeldt and Sharon Leon, Robert Shaffer, Carol Jackson Adams, Catherine Forslund, and Matt Loayza, “Resources and Tools for Teaching the History of U.S. Foreign Relations: Introducing the Center for History and New Media,” December 2007, 33-43.

Steven J. Fuchs, “Dumping the Dead Folks: Teaching U.S. Foreign Relations,” August 2007, 22-26.

Matthew Loayza, “Learning by Doing: Teaching the History of US Foreign Relations with Original Documents,” December 2006, 4-9.

Robert Shaffer, “The Sixth Edition of Major Problems in American Foreign Relations: An Appreciation, a Critique, and Some Suggestions,” August 2006, 33-40.

Richard H. Werking and Dustin Walcher, “What We Teach and How We Teach It: Indications and Opportunities from the SHAFR Survey of Teaching,” December 2005, 24-32.

Richard H. Werking, “Encounters and Other People’s Mail: Teaching the History of US Foreign Relations,” August 2005, 20-23.

John McNay, “Balancing Teaching and Research”, August 2005, 18-19.

“SHAFR Survey of Teaching,” April 2005, 24-32.

Robert Shaffer, “The 1954 Coup in Guatemala and the Teaching of US Foreign Relations,” December 2004, 5-13.