Medieval Europe, Portugal, Spain.
United States in the 19th century, African-American history; history of slavery and anti-slavery.
Early Modern Europe, Jewish history
Ancient Near East, late 3rd - early 2nd millennium BCE; history of religion, women’s history, language and literature.
United States in the 19th and 20th centuries; history of women, labor, and sexuality; LGBT history; history of sports.
Elizabeth Kelly Gray
United States in the early national and antebellum eras; history of American foreign relations, history of medicine.
LA 4210 G
Middle East and North Africa in the 19th and 20th centuries; urban history and heritage in colonial and post-colonial Tunisia
Associate Professor and Director of American Studies
U.S. in the Colonial and Early Modern Periods; History of the Atlantic World; Economic and Commercial History; History of Cartography.
United States in the 19th and 20th centuries; history of music, musicians, and technology.
Asian-American History, history of immigration, religion, ethnicity, and race during World War II
and the Cold War years
Oluwatoyin Babatunde Oduntan
Scandinavia, W. Europe, and the global Arctic, 1750-present; environmental history, history of science and technology; indigenous/native studies, colonial and postcolonial studies.
China, Taiwan, E. Asia, 1800-present; political and diplomatic history; Cold War history; history of nationalism; international relations.
Latin America, late 19th century to the present; history of public health; Andean history; urban history; social, economic, and demographic history.
American Indian history in the 20th century
France and Europe, 1789-present, esp. 20th century; history of women and the family; gender and war; rural history.
Modern Japan; East Asia 1800-present; colonialism in East Asia; women in East Asia; Japanese film; cultural history
Ancient Greece; social, cultural, economic, and political history; Greek religion.
Soviet History; history of psychiatry; Europe in the 20th century.
Professor, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts
Department of History
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