Book Series on Teaching History Today and In the Future
Call for Book Proposals
Rowman & LIttlefield is requesting proposals for a book series that publishes high quality volumes on current and future trends in the teaching and learning of history. Of particular interest are book proposals that combine aspects of the scholarship of the teaching and learning of history with classroom applications. Books should be written for K-12 teachers, K-12 pre-service teachers, and/or collegiate faculty.
Proposals may explore any topic or theme related to history teaching and learning.
Initial proposals should include a brief 250-word description of the proposed book including its topic, purpose, importance for teaching and learning history, and suggested audience(s). Also include a brief 100-word biography. After review of the initial proposal, if accepted, the book will follow standard Rowman & LIttlefield book proposal procedures for final approval.
For more information, contact Mark Newman, series editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark Newman, series editor, email@example.com
National Louis University