Standing Faculty

  • Oscar Aguirre Mandujano

    Assistant Professor of History

    Early modern Ottoman history and intellectual history
  • Eiichiro Azuma

    Alan Charles Kors Term Associate Professor of History

    Asian American, Japanese American, Modern Japan, U.S. Immigration. and Race/Ethnic Relations
  • Cheikh Babou

    Associate Professor of History

    Africa, Islam
  • Mia Bay

    Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Chair in American History

    American and African American intellectual, cultural and social history
  • Mary Frances Berry

    Geraldine R. Segal Professor of American Social Thought, Professor of History

    U.S. constitutional and legal, African-American
  • Warren Breckman

    Sheldon and Lucy Hackney Professor of History

    Late and early modern European intellectual
  • Kathleen M Brown

    David Boies Professor of History

    Early America (to 1865); comparative slavery; comparative race, gender and sex; Atlantic; abolition and human rights
  • Lee Cassanelli

    Associate Professor of History

    African History
  • Brent Cebul

    Assistant Professor of History

    Twentieth-century U.S.; political; capitalism, business and political economy; urban and regional
  • Roger Chartier

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

    Early modern European history and culture
  • Alex Chase-Levenson

    Assistant Professor of History

    Modern Britain and the British Empire; Modern Europe; history of the Mediterranean
  • Frederick R. Dickinson

    Professor of History

    Modern Japan, modern political, international, World History
  • Ann Farnsworth-Alvear

    Associate Professor of History

    Modern Latin America, Economic and Social History, Gender Studies, Labor History, History of Race in the Americas
  • Siyen Fei

    Associate Professor of History; Undergraduate Studies Chair

    China, urban and gender
  • Antonio Feros

    Rose Family Endowed Term Professor of History

    Early modern Spain and Europe; modern Spain; politics, culture, ethnicity, and empire
  • Roquinaldo Ferreira

    Henry Charles Lea Professor of History

    Early modern Atlantic world; global history of empires, slavery, and abolitionism; oceanic history (Atlantic and Indian oceans)
  • Marc Flandreau

    Howard Marks Professor of Economic History

    Economic history; Financial crises and the information economy; Experts, expertise and policy making
  • Sarah Barringer Gordon

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

    American religious history, law and religion, and legal history
  • Sarah L. H. Gronningsater

    Assistant Professor of History

    18th- and 19th-century U.S.; political, legal, social, and constitutional history
  • Peter Holquist

    Ronald S. Lauder Endowed Term Associate Professor of History

    Russian and European History
  • Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet

    Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History

    Modern Middle East with a focus on Iran and its borderlands, the Persian Gulf, and the Ottoman Empire
  • Ada Maria Kuskowski

    Assistant Professor of History

    Medieval History, Legal History
  • Walter Licht

    Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History

    U.S., labor, and economic history
  • Walter A. McDougall

    Professor of History, Alloy-Ansin Professor of International Relations

    European and U.S. diplomatic, Western civilization, technology and international relations
  • Ann E. Moyer

    Associate Professor of History

    Renaissance Italy; European intellectual and cultural history
  • Benjamin Nathans

    Associate Professor of History

    Imperial Russian and Soviet; modern Jewish; history of human rights
  • Marcy Norton

    Associate Professor of History

    Colonial Latin America, Atlantic World, environmental history, history of science, critical animal studies, history of food and drugs
  • Amy C. Offner

    Assistant Professor of History

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

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

    20th century U.S.; women, gender, and sexuality; cultural history
  • Eve M. Troutt Powell

    Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of History

    Middle Eastern history
  • Daniel K. Richter

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

    Colonial America; Native American
  • Sophia Rosenfeld

    Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History

    European and American Intellectual and Cultural History since 1650; Age of Revolutions (esp. France); History of Democracy; Historical Methods
  • David B. Ruderman

    Joseph Meyerhoff Professor of Modern Jewish History

    Early Modern and Modern Jewish history, Early Modern Europe, Intellectual
  • Thomas Max Safley

    Professor of History

    Early modern Europe, economy, society and religion
  • Robert St. George

    Associate Professor of History

    Transculturation and appropriation in ethnography, memory, and material life in world cultures. Trans-regional, comparative colonialism and empires. Performance Studies.
  • Melissa Teixeira

    Assistant Professor of 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
  • Beth S. Wenger

    Moritz and Josephine Berg Professor of History; Department Chair

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