Associated Faculty

  • Daud Ali

    Associate Professor, South Asia Studies

  • Francesca Ammon

    Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning

  • Christopher Atwood

    Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations

    Mongolian and Late Imperial/Early Modern Chinese History
  • David Barnes

    Associate Professor, History & Sociology of Science

    19th and 20th century France
  • Anthea Butler

    Associate Professor of Religious Studies

  • Max Cavitch

    Assistant Professor, English

    Early America
  • Rita Copeland

    Professor, Classical Studies and English; Chair, Comparative Literature

    Medieval literature and intellectual history
  • Joan Dejean

    Trustee Professor of Romance Languages

    French Literature and Cultural History
  • Talya Fishman

    Associate Professor, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations

    Jewish history
  • Marybeth Gasman

    Associate Professor, Grad School of Education

    19th and 20th century U.S., African-American history
  • Paul R. Goldin

    Professor & Chair, East Asian Languages & Civilizations

    Chinese Thought
  • Ira Harkavy

    Founding Director and Associate Vice President, Netter Center for Community Partnerships, University of Pennsylvania; Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

    U.S. urban, social
  • Ayako Kano

    Associate Professor, East Asian Languages & Civilizations

    Modern Japan
  • Amy Kaplan

    Professor, English

    American studies, U.S. imperialism
  • Arthur Kiron

    Curator of Judaica Collections at the Penn Library; Adjunct Assistant Professor of History

    Atlantic Jewish history, history of the Jewish book
  • Sophia Z. Lee

    Professor of Law

  • Bruce Lenthall

    Director, Center for Teaching and Learning; Adjunct Assistant Professor of History

    20th-century U.S., cultural, political, media
  • M. Susan Lindee

    Professor, History & Sociology of Science

    Technology and medicine in the U.S.
  • Beth Linker

    Associate Professor, History & Sociology of Science

    medicine, war, and disability in the U.S.
  • Victor H. Mair

    Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations

    Chinese literature and culture
  • E. Ann Matter

    William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Religious Studies

  • Serena Mayeri

    Professor of Law and History

    20th century U.S., constitutional and legal; women and gender
  • Jeremy McInerney

    Associate Professor, Classical Studies

    Ancient Greece
  • Lisa Mitchell

    Assistant Professor of South Asian Studies

    Modern South Asia
  • Projit Mukharji

    Assistant Professor, History & Sociology of Science

  • Eugene Y. Park

    Korea Foundation Associate Professor of History

  • Sharrona Pearl

    Assistant Professor, Annenberg School for Communication

    Culture and communication studies
  • Kevin Platt

    Associate Professor and Department Chair, Slavic Languages and Literatures

    History, politics and cultural life in Modern Russia
  • Wendell Pritchett

    Presidential Term Professor and Interim Dean of the Law School

    U.S. urban history
  • Daniel M.G. Raff

    Associate Professor of Management, Wharton School

    Urban history, public policy, and historical demography
  • Eric Schneider (In Memoriam)

    Associate Director for Academic Affairs; Adjunct Professor of History

    U.S. urban history, 20th century U.S., the history of adolescence, and the history of crime and deviance
  • Heather Sharkey

    Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations

    History of the Middle East and North Africa
  • Larry Silver

    Farquhar Professor, History of Art

    Northern Renaissance Art
  • Rogers M. Smith

    Christopher Browne Professor, Political Science

    U.S. politics, 1789-present
  • David Spafford

    Assistant Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations

  • Ramya Sreenivasan

    Associate Professor, Department Chair, South Asia Studies

  • Peter Stallybrass

    Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Humanities, and Professor of English

    History of the book
  • Mark J. Stern

    Professor of Social Welfare and History, School of Social Policy & Practice; Director, Urban Studies Program

  • Julia Verkholantsev

    Associate Professor, Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures

    Medieval and early modern cultural history of Central and Eastern Europe
  • Robert Vitalis

    Associate Professor, Political Science

    Middle Eastern history and the history of international relations
  • Domenic Vitiello

    Associate Professor of City Planning and Urban Studies

  • Adelheid Voskuhl

    Associate Professor of History and Sociology of Science

  • Heather Williams

    Presidential Term Professor of Africana Studies

  • Jonathan Zimmerman

    Professor of History of Education, Graduate School of Education

    Literacy, Culture, and International Education Division
  • Tukufu Zuberi

    Professor, Sociology; Director, Africana Studies Program

    Historical demography, Africa and African-American