Faculty Listed Alphabetically

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Saad Abi-Hamad

Saad Abi-Hamad

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Islam and Middle East

Gretchen A. Adams

Gretchen A. Adams

Ph.D., University of New Hampshire

U.S. Political and Cultural History to 1877, Memory

Alan Barenberg

Alan Barenberg

Ph.D., University of Chicago

Soviet Union, Russia, Forced Labor

Gary M. Bell

Gary M. Bell

Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Tudor-Stuart England

Paul Bjerk

Paul Bjerk

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Africa, Oral History, International Politics

Zachary Brittsan

Zachary Brittsan

Ph.D., University of California, San Diego

Modern Mexico

Laura Calkins

Laura Calkins

Ph.D., University of London

Modern Far East, Modern International Relations, Communism

Sean P. Cunningham

Sean P. Cunningham

Ph.D., University of Florida

U.S. since 1945, American Political Culture, Texas, Sunbelt

Stefano D'Amico

Stefano D'Amico

Ph.D., University of Milan

Early Modern Europe Social and Economic, Italy

Gary Forsythe

Gary Forsythe

Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Ancient Greece and Rome

Barbara Hahn

Barbara Hahn

Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Director of Graduate Studies

Justin Hart

Justin Hart

Ph.D., Rutgers University

U.S. Foreign Relations

 

 

 

 

Karlos Hill

Karlos Hill

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

African American, Lynching, Anti-Lynching Protest

John M. Howe

John M. Howe

Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Medieval

Jorge Iber

Jorge Iber

Ph.D., University of Utah
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Mexican American/Latino, American West/Southwest, U.S. Sports

Allan Kuethe

Allan Kuethe

Ph.D., University of Florida

Colonial Latin America, Caribbean

Dr. Erin-Marie Legacey

Erin-Marie Legacey

Ph.D., Northwestern University

France, the French Revolution, 19th-Century Paris

Miguel A. Levario

Miguel A. Levario

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

U.S. History, Borderlands History, Race, Immigration, Chicana/Mexican American History

Randy McBee

Randy McBee

Ph.D., University of Missouri
Chair

Immigration & Labor, Recent America

Ron Milam

Ron Milam

Ph.D., University of Houston

U.S. History, the Vietnam War, Military

Jeffrey Mosher

Jeffrey Mosher

Ph.D., University of Florida

Modern Latin America, Brazil

 

 

Patricia M. Pelley

Patricia M. Pelley

Ph.D., Cornell University

Asia, Vietnam

 

 

Emily Skidmore

Emily Skidmore

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

19th Century U.S., Cultural History, Gender and Sexuality, Imperialism, Citizenship

Mark R. Stoll

Mark R. Stoll

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

U.S. Environmental

Abigail Swingen

Abigail Swingen

Ph.D., University of Chicago

Early Modern Britain, British Transatlantic Empire, Political Economy, Early Modern Europe, Colonial Caribbean and North America

 

 

Julie Willett

Julie Willett

Ph.D., University of Missouri

Women, Gender and Labor Studies

Aliza S. Wong

Aliza S. Wong

Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder
Associate Chair

Modern Italy and the Mediterranean, Race and Nationalism, and Diaspora

Visiting Assistant Professor
Dr. Erica A. Morin

Erica A. Morin

Ph.D., Purdue University

U.S. Environmental History, Environmental Policy, Gender History, 20th Century United States History

Affiliated Scholars

James E. Brink

Ph.D., University of Washington
Associate Professor, Honors College

Renaissance, Reformation, Early Modern Europe

Juan Sanchez Munoz

Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Director, Center for Research on Leadership and Education
Vice President, Division of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Community Engagement
Associate Vice Provost for Faculty & Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Director, Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center

Chicano Studies

Richard B. Verrone

Ph.D., Texas Tech University
Graduate Studies Coordinator and Instructor

emeriti / retired

Alwyn Barr

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
Associate Professor, Honors College
Retired

South, African American, Civil War and Reconstruction

Paul H. Carlson

Ph.D., Texas Tech University
Associate Professor, Honors College
Emeritus

American West, American Indian

M. Catherine Miller

Ph.D., University of California, San Diego
Retired

Constitutional, Legal

Otto M. Nelson

Ph.D., The Ohio State University
Emeritus

Germany

Benjamin H. Newcomb

Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Emeritus

Early America

Ronald Rainger

Ph.D., Indiana University
Retired

Science and Technology

James R. Reckner

Ph.D., University of Auckland
Emeritus

Military and Naval

Edward I. Steinhart

Ph.D., Northwestern University
Emeritus

Africa

Idris R. Traylor, Jr.

Ph.D., Duke University
Emeritus

Russia

Donald R. Walker

Ph.D., Texas Tech University
Retired

Texas and Southwest, 20th Century West, Film

adjunct faculty

G. Douglas Inglis

Ph.D., Texas Christian University
Retired

Spanish Colonial, Southeastern French and Spanish Borderlands