Graduate Faculty

Miami's history faculty is noted for the scholarship and professional activities of its members. They regularly publish work of distinction with leading scholarly and trade presses, journals, magazines, and newspapers. Many of the faculty contribute to more than one graduate field.

Albarrán, Elena Jackson  revolution and social movement in Latin America; world childhoods; visual culture; transnational history

Anderson, Sheldon  Cold War; modern Eastern Europe; sports history

Baernstein, P. Renée  early modern Italy; women and family; cultural history of religion

Conn, Steven  American cultural and intellectual history, urban history, public history

de Boer, Wietse  Early Modern Europe; Italian cultural history

Frazier, Nishani  African-American history; U.S. in the 1960s and 1970s; public history; black internationalism; women and feminist history; culinary history

Goldy, Charlotte Newman  Medieval Europe, social and women's history, Jewish Studies

Gordon, Matthew S.  Middle East and Islam, pre-modern world history

Hamlin, Kimberly American Studies; gender; science

Jensen, Erik  modern Europe, 20th C. Germany; gender and sport

McVety, Amanda  U.S. foreign policy

Norris, Stephen  Russia since 1800; nationalism; visual history; film and history

Offenburger, Andrew  American West, borderlands history, comparative frontiers

Olumwullah, Osaak  African history; environmental history

Pan, Yihong  Tang history; China's Cultural Revolution; Chinese women's history

Prior, Daniel G.  inner Asian history; nomadic culture; oral heroic poetry

Schakenbach Regele, Lindsay  American economic development

Shaffer, Marguerite S.  public culture; environmental history

Sheumaker, Helen  American studies, public history, material culture