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Standing Faculty

Eiichiro Azuma

Alan Charles Kors Term Associate Professor of History

Asian American, Japanese American and Modern Japan

Cheikh Babou

Associate Professor of History

Africa, Islam

Mary Frances Berry

Geraldine R. Segal Professor of American Social Thought

U.S. constitutional and legal, Afro-American

Warren Breckman

Professor of History

Late and early modern European intellectual

Kathleen Brown

Professor of History

Colonial America, women, race

Lee Cassanelli

Associate Professor of History

Africa

Roger Chartier

Annenberg Visiting Professor in History and Professor at the College de France

Early modern European history and culture

Thomas Childers

Sheldon and Lucy Hackney Professor of History

War and Society, History and Literature, Modern Germany

Frederick Dickinson

Professor of History

Modern Japan, modern political, diplomatic

Ann Farnsworth-Alvear

Associate Professor of History

Modern and colonial Latin America, women, comparative labor

Siyen Fei

Associate Professor of History

China, urban and gender

Antonio Feros

Associate Professor of History

Early modern Spain and Europe; politics, culture, ethnicity, and empire

Sarah Barringer Gordon

Arlin M. Adams Professor of Constitutional Law and Professor of History

American religious history, law and religion, and legal history

 

 

Steven Hahn

Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of History

19th-century U.S. social and political history

Peter Holquist

Associate Professor

Russian and European History

Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet

Robert I. Williams Term Professor of History

Modern Middle East, Ottoman Empire and Iran

Michael Katz

Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History

U.S. social history

Alan Charles Kors

Henry Charles Lea Professor of History

European intellectual history

Walter Licht

Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History

U.S., labor, and economic history

Stephanie McCurry

Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of History

Nineteenth Century United States
American South and Civil War
Women and Gender

Walter McDougall

Alloy-Ansin Professor of International Relations

European and U.S. diplomatic, Western civilization, technology and international relations

Ann Moyer

Associate Professor of History

Renaissance Italy; European intellectual and cultural history

Benjamin Nathans

Ronald S. Lauder Endowed Term Associate Professor of History

Imperial Russian and Soviet; modern Jewish; history of human rights

Amy C. Offner

Assistant Professor of History

Twentieth-century US and Latin America, transnational history, capitalism and political economy, empire and foreign relations

Vanessa Ogle

Assistant Professor of History

Transnational Modern Europe; Europe and the Middle East; historical globalization; imperialism and colonialism; international relations

 

Eugene Y. Park

Korea Foundation Associate Professor of History

Social history of Korea

Kathy Peiss

Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of American History

20th century U.S.; women, gender, and sexuality; cultural history

Eve Troutt Powell

Professor of History

Middle Eastern history

Daniel K. Richter

Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of American History

Colonial America; Native American

David B. Ruderman

Joseph Meyerhoff Professor of Jewish History

Early modern Jewish history

Thomas Max Safley

Professor of History

Early modern Europe, economy, society and religion

Robert St. George

Associate Professor of History

Folklore and folklife, early America

Jonathan Steinberg

Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History

Modern Western Europe

Thomas J. Sugrue

David Boies Professor of History and Sociology

20th century U.S. history

Margo Todd

Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History

Early modern Britain, religion and culture, urban history

Arthur Waldron

Lauder Professor of International Relations

China and East Asia, world military and diplomatic history

Tamara J. Walker

Assistant Professor of History

Colonial Latin America, comparative slavery, material culture

Beth S. Wenger

Professor of American Jewish History

Jewish history (American and European), gender, ethnic and religious history