In its mission to promote the study, advancement, and dissemination of knowledge about U.S. foreign policy, SHAFR is committed to engaging national and international educators in conversation about the value of teaching and learning the history of American foreign relations. SHAFR’s teaching mission includes making available to university/college faculty and K-12 history and social science teachers a repertoire of teaching tools including an online library of syllabi, lesson plans, grant and professional development opportunities, and other web resources related to the study of U.S. foreign relations.

Teaching Committee

Lori Clune, ex officio (Director of Secondary Education) California State University, Fresno
Greg Domber, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Brian Etheridge (Chair), Georgia Gwinnett College
Andrew Johns, ex officio (Passport editor), Brigham Young University
Kelly McFarland, Georgetown University
Kelly Shannon, Florida Atlantic University
Matthew Shannon, Emory & Henry College
Jim Siekmeier, West Virginia
Kimber Quinney, California State University, San Marcos
Carl Watts, Baker College
Kariann Yokota, University of Colorado, Denver
Silke Victoria Zoller (graduate student), Temple University