Affiliate Faculty

We encourage students to add an interdisciplinary dimension to their studies in history. Affiliate faculty teach historically informed courses in other departments of the university which may, with departmental approval, be substituted for some degree requirements. These faculty are also available to serve as second readers on graduate committees.

Amador, José, assistant professor, Latin American, Latino/a and Caribbean Studies
Social and cultural history of medicine, transnational history, racial formations in the Americas, Caribbean history

Armitage, Kevin, associate professor, The Western Program
Environmental history, Gilded Age/Progressive Era, intellectual, cultural

Kenworthy, Scott, associate professor, Department of Comparative Religion
Eastern Christianity, religions of Russia and Eurasia

Miller, Anthony, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Creative Arts, Hamilton Campus

Neumann, Caryn, lecturer, Interdisciplinary and Communication Studies, Middletown Campus
20th century U.S., women, interdisciplinary history

Robinson, Marsha, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Creative Arts, Middletown Campus
Empires and colonialism in African and World History; women and gender; intersection of gender, economy and national security in world history

Rousmaniere, Kate, professor, Department of Educational Leadership
History of Education

Smith, Matthew, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Creative Arts, Hamilton Campus
American religious history, Ohio Valley, trans-Atlantic immigration

Vascik, George S., associate professor, Department of Humanities and Creative Arts, Hamilton Campus
Peasant politics and societies, anti-Semitism, Historical GIS (Geographic Information System), 19th century Germany
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