History Faculty & Staff
The faculty and staff of the Department of History are committed to providing a solid foundation for continued learning through the program's courses and research requirements and unique opportunities for interdisciplinary study.
Vicki Howard, Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin. email@example.com
Teaching Areas: U.S. Business History; Gender and U.S. Women's History; Twentieth-century U.S. Social and Cultural History.
Cherilyn Lacy, Professor, Ph.D., University of Chicago. firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Areas: Modern European History; Modern French History; History of Western Medicine Since 1500; European Imperialism from the Eighteenth through the Twentieth Centuries; Women in Modern European History; The Indian Ocean World, 1300-1800; Ancient Greece.
Mieko Nishida, Professor, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. email@example.com
Teaching Areas: Colonial and Modern Latin American History; Slavery, Revolutions, and Gender and Power in Latin America; History of Brazil and Mexico.
Edythe Ann Quinn, Professor, Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville. firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Areas: Modern American History; Environmental History; Race and Ethnicity; African-Americans in the North; U.S. Civil Rights Movement; The 1960s; Vietnam; The U.S. After the Bomb; U.S. Foreign Policy; World War II on the Home Front; Women in American Health Care.
Peter G. Wallace, Professor, Ph.D., University of Oregon. email@example.com
Teaching Areas: Reformation Europe 1450-1600; Medieval Europe; Early Modern Europe; The Renaissance; History of Republican and Imperial Rome; Enlightenment and Revolution; Modern East Asia.
Related Faculty and Staff
Harry Bradshaw Matthews, Associate Dean and Director, U.S. Pluralism Programs and President, USCT Institute for Local History and Family Research, M.A., Northern Michigan University. firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of specialization: African-Americans of the Civil War through World War II, Family History Research, Anti-slavery Movement and the Underground Railroad.
William Starna, National Endowment for the Humanities Distinguished Visiting Professor, Fall 2014, Ph.D., Anthropology, SUNY-Albany. email@example.com
Areas of specialization: Native American history, ethnology, and archaeology.