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Middle East and Iran
Modern French History, History of Medicine
Islamic Intellectual History
British History, History of Business, History of Science
Roman Empire, Ancient History
Middle East and Egypt
Jewish history; Russia and the Soviet Union; gender; Holocaust and genocide studies
Latin American History, African Diaspora
Bergad, Laird W.
Latin America & Caribbean
Latin American History
20th-century India; intellectual history; human rights; constitutional history; postcolonial studies
Early modern Jewish history; early modern Italy; European cultural history (17th-18th centuries)
19th Century U.S. Social and Cultural History; Visual Culture; New Media
Burke, Martin J.
American Intellectual and Cultural History, American Religious History, History of Modern Ireland.
Latin America; Modern Brazil; Law and Society; Crime and Punishment; Urban History and Culture; Informal Economies; Public Space and Privatization; Slavery and Abolition
Cook, Blanche Wiesen
Women's History, U.S. International Relations: War, Peace, and Imperialism
Early Modern Britain and Ireland
History of Science, History of Mathematics; the Scientific Revolution; Sociology of Science; Intellectual History, 17-18th Centuries; History of Chinese Science; History of Botany
Persian Gulf, imperialism and colonialism, transnational and global history
U.S. History, historian of consumer culture, propaganda, visual culture, the human sciences and of dominant ideas regarding human equality and inequality
Middle East; Ottoman Empire; Turkey; Greece; Economic History (trade, banking:18th & 19th centuries); History of the Mediterranean.
Freeman, Joshua B.
U.S. Labor History; 20th Century U.S. History
Gibson, Mary S.
Modern Italy; History of Crime; European Women's History
History of France
Middle East, Iraq, Islam and Modernity
Geography and social theory; urban political economy and urbanization in the advanced capitalist countries; Marxism and social theory; social justice.
Modern European; History of Sexuality; History of Religion
Modern Europe and German, Legal, Cultural
Renaissance and early modern history of natural philosophy, cultural and intellectual history, history of medicine, history of gender and sexuality
American, Urban and Social History
Modern Europe, history of human sciences, cultural history
Le Gall, Dina
Middle Eastern and Islamic History
Lewis, Mark A.
History of Eastern and Southeastern Europe, 19th-20th centuries; History of international criminal law; History of crime, punishment, and police
Public Health, American Social History
women's, gender and cultural history, and the history of philanthropy and social reform
European Legal, Social, and Family History, Gender Studies
Naddeo, Barbara Ann
Early Modern Europe
American, History of Medicine
Global Intellectual History; Cross-cultural Contacts in China, East Asia, Korea, Islamic World, the Mongol Empire, Afro-Eurasia and the Atlantic World; Information/Knowledge Transfers including Geography, Cartography, and Distillation.
U.S. Legal, Social, and Cultural History; Global History of Violence
Rawson, Michael J.
U.S. Environmental and Cultural History; Urban History
Remy, Steven P.
Modern European; modern Germany and politics of memory
Renique, Jose L.
Latin American History
19th-Century U. S. History, Colonial U. S. History, , Cultural History, African American History
Roberts, Jennifer Tolbert
Greek historiography, war and peace in antiquity, and political theory.
Robertson, Andrew W.
The Early American Republic; Political History; Nineteenth Century U.S. History
Robinson, Chase F.
19th and 20th century Latin American History; Colombia, social and political history; violence, state formation, regional politics; radio, media, urban history
Modern France, social and political; immigration and citizenship; comparative empire
20th century U.S, America and the World, U.S. Civil Rights
European Intellectual History, liberalism, republicanism, Christian thought, the Enlightenment, Early Modern and Modern Europe
Early American republic, American religious history, antislavery and race
Modern South Asia, Race, Discipline and Punishment, History of Childhood, Sports History
African American history; U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction; Race and Welfare; History, Memory and Films of the Black Atlantic; Comparative/Transnational Perspectives on Slavery, Poverty and Abolition in the North Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds
Race, Ethnicity, and Migration
Troyansky, David G.
Early Modern and Modern Europe, France.
Modern British, Gay & Lesbian History
Weitz , Eric D.
Modern Europe, Germany, Labor, International Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity
History of France, History and Theory of Empire
European Intellectual History
American and Women's History; American Colonial/Revolutionary; American Republic
Cooper, Sandi E.
Modern European History; History of the Peace Movements, Women's History, Women in International Peace Movements
Jewish History in America
Modern Germany; European Diplomatic History
King, Margaret L.
Italian Renaissance, the classical tradition; the social and cultural history of early modern Europe; women and learning 1300-1800; the history of childhood from antiquity to the present
Oldenburg, Veena Talwar
Indian History, British Colonialism, Women's History
Seltzer, Robert M.
Historiogrpahy, Jewish History, Intellectual
U.S. twentieth political and economic; African American
Modern African American, Religion; Civil Rights