If you do, a new short survey from the Journal of Transport History wants to find out more about what you teach, how you teach it – and what might be useful in terms of future support and resources!
We’d love contributions from across the world, and across our field. It doesn’t matter if you consider yourself a transport & mobility historian or not, if you teach in a History department or not, or if it’s a whole course, single module or even a single seminar – if you’re teaching on topics which look at transport or mobility in the past, then we’d be keen to find out more. We want to use it to think about how teaching is an important part of our field and where it might help build career progression – perhaps we traditionally think more about research, but all researchers start somewhere, and very often that’s in a taught session that inspires us to go further.
So, do please fill the survey in here: https://tinyurl.com/bmy69bu6
Hopefully it will enable us to feature more teaching-related content in the Journal of Transport History, and to give more support for university-level teaching of transport and mobility history. Our thanks in advance to you for filling out the survey!