I came across this issue of Journal of Economics and Finance Education in perusing my favorite blogs: (hat tip to Peter Boettke at Coordination Problem).
This issue is focused on Austrian economics. I've read the first two papers and am quite impressed. Although not the easiest of reads, they do convey:
1) Principal economists in the history of the Austrian School
2) Key features of the Austrian perspective to economics
3) How Austrian economics differs from traditional economics