Abou-El-Haj, Rifa'at A.
Professor, PhD, 1963, Princeton University: Modern Near East, Europe, Arab, Ottoman, Historiography, Psychohistory.
Associate Professor and Chair, PhD, 1997, University of Wisconsin: Latin America, Colombia, Race, Gender.
Bailey, Anne C.
Associate Professor of History and Africana Studies, PhD, 1998, University of Pennsylvania: African-American, African, African Diaspora.
Associate Professor, PhD, 2003, University of Chicago: Early American, Early Modern Britain, Comparative Slavery/Emancipation.
Brown, Howard G.
Professor, PhD, 1990, Oxford University: Early Modern Europe, France, Politicized Violence.
Associate Professor, PhD, 2000, University of Chicago: Modern France, Race and Gender History/Theory, Colonial Culture.
Distinguished Service Professor of History and Asian and Asian American Studies, PhD, 1979, University of Chicago: East Asia, Chinese Social History.
Associate Professor , PhD, 2005, University of Toronto: Russia and the Soviet Union, East Central Europe, Urban.
Dey, Arnab, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Chicago, 2012, M.Phil., University of Delhi, 2004, Modern South Asia (India), Histories of Environment and Plantation Labor, Literature and History, British Empire
State University of New York Distinguished Bartle Professor, PhD, 1975, Columbia University: U.S. Labor and Social History, Women.
Associate Professor, PhD, 1999, University of Wisconsin: East Asia, History of Science, Environmental History, Nation and Empire.
Hacker, J. David
Associate Professor, PhD, 1999, University of Minnesota: U.S. Demographic and Family History, American Civil War.
Kadish, Gerald E.
Distinguished Teaching Professor, PhD, 1964, University of Chicago: Ancient History, Egypt.
Associate Professor, PhD, 1997, UCLA: Modern Germany, Holocaust Studies, Media History, Historiography.
Associate Professor of History and Judaic Studies, PhD, 2000, Columbia University: Jewish Economic and Cultural History, Christian-Jewish Relations.
Kutcher, Gerald J.
Professor, PhD, 1973, City University of New York (Physics); PhD, 2002, University of Cambridge (History and Philosophy of Science): History of Medicine, 20th-Century American Medical Research, Biomedical Ethics.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2006, University of Chicago: Modern Britain and Ireland; Early Modern Britain; Intellectual History.
Mackenney, Richard S.
Professor, PhD, 1982, University of Cambridge: Italian Renaissance, Early Modern Venice, Shakespeare.
Associate Professor, PhD, 1974, Edinburgh University: Africa, Islam.
Ortiz, Stephen R.
Associate Professor, PhD, 2004, University of Florida: 20th Century U.S., Political History, War and Society, National Security.
Quataert, Jean H.
Professor, PhD, 1974, UCLA: German History, Women's and Gender History, Comparative and Global History, Human Rights.
Sklar, Kathryn Kish
Distinguished Bartle Professor, PhD, 1969, University of Michigan: U.S. and Comparative Women's History, Public Culture.
Sommerville, Diane Miller
Associate Professor, PhD, 1995, Rutgers University: Early America, American South, Civil War & Reconstruction, Race, Class, Gender, Family.
Associate Professor, PhD, 1998, Stanford University: 20th Century U.S., Cultural and Political History, the American West.
Wheeler, Leigh Ann
Associate Professor, PhD, 1998, University of Minnesota: U. S. Women, Sexuality, Reform, Law, and the Grassroots of Public Policy
Professor (joint with Judaic Studies), PhD, 1988, Brandeis University: Modern Jewish Intellectual History.
Assistant Professor (joint with Asian and Asian American Studies), PhD, 2008, University of California, Los Angeles: Korean history, gender and empire in East Asia, history of medicine.
Assistant Professor (joint with Graduate School of Education), PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison: History of American Education.
Assistant Professor (joint with Asian and Asian American Studies), PhD, 2010, University of Michigan: U.S. Empire; the Philippines and Pacific; Asian American history.
Associate Professor (joint with Sociology and Women's Studies), PhD, 1998, University of California, Los Angles: Gender, race/ethnicity and class in postwar social protest.
Professor (joint with Sociology), PhD, 1976, University of Wisconsin: Latin America and the Caribbean, World-Systems, Political Economy, Social Movements.
Professor (joint with Sociology and Africana), PhD, 1990, Harvard University: African diaspora, Africa, Social.
Art History: Medieval Art and Architecture.
Comparative Literature: European and Comparative Literature.
Political Science: World Politics.
Africana Studies: Comparative Literature.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus , PhD, 1960, University of Rochester: U.S. Labor and Social History.
Professor Emerita, PhD, 1973, Cornell University: U.S. Cultural and Intellectual History, Women's History, 19th and 20th Centuries.
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