Faculty

Elena AlbarranElena Albarrán
albarrej@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Latin America, revolution and social movement, history of childhood, visual culture, transnational history


Sheldon AndersonSheldon Anderson
anderss@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Cold War, modern eastern Europe, sports history


Renee BaernsteinRenée Baernstein
baernspr@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Early Modern Italy, women and family, cultural history of religion, world history


Tammy BrownTammy Brown
browntl3@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Black World Studies, African Diaspora, film history; race, class, gender


William BrownWilliam Brown
brownwa3@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Early Modern Europe, France, political culture, empire, Atlantic world


Michael CarrafielloMichael Carrafiello
carrafml@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Colonial America, Civil War


Adrienne Chudzinski
chudziae@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Modern U.S., race, identity, violence, public memory


Steven ConnSteven Conn
conns@MiamiOH.edu

Teaching and Research Interests:
American cultural and intellectual history, urban history, public history


Wietse de BoerWietse de Boer, Department Chair
deboerwt@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Early Modern Europe, Italian cultural history


Curtis EllisonCurtis Ellison, Director, Colligan History Project
ellisocw@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
American regionalism and popular culture, history of Miami


Nishani FrazierNishani Frazier
frazien@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
African-American history, U.S. in the 1960s and 1970s, public history, black internationalism, women and feminist history, culinary history


Charlotte GoldyCharlotte Goldy, Chief Department Advisor
goldycn@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Medieval Europe, social and women's history, Jewish Studies


Matthew GordonMatthew Gordon
gordonms@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Middle East and Islam, pre-modern world history


Kimberly HamlinKimberly Hamlin
hamlinka@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Intersections of gender, culture, and science in the U.S.


Lance IngwersenLance Ingwersen
ingwerlr@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Latin American History, 19th C. Mexico


Erik JensenErik Jensen
jensenen@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Modern Europe, 20th C. Germany, gender and sport


Martin JohnsonMartin Johnson
johnsomp@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Lincoln and the Civil War; Modern Europe


Wenxi LiuWenxi Liu
liuw@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Medieval English Constitution and Law, World History


Amanda McVetyAmanda McVety, Director of Undergraduate Studies
mcvetyak@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
U.S. foreign policy


Stephen NorrisStephen Norris
norriss1@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Russia since 1800, nationalism, visual history, film and history


Andrew OffenburgerAndrew Offenburger
offenba@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
American West, borderlands history, comparative frontiers


Osaak OlumwullahOsaak Olumwullah
olumwuoa@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
African history, environmental history


Yihong PanYihong Pan
pany@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Tang history, China's Cultural Revolution, Chinese women's history


Daniel PriorDaniel Prior, Director of Graduate Studies
priordg@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
Inner Asian history, nomadic culture, oral heroic poetry


Lindsay RegeleLindsay Schakenbach Regele
regelels@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
American economic development


Rob SchormanRob Schorman
schormr@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
American popular culture, advertising and business history


Peggy ShafferMarguerite Shaffer
shaffems@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
American studies, public culture, environmental history


Helen SheumakerHelen Sheumaker
sheumahd@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
American studies, public history, material culture


Susan SpellmanSusan V. Spellman

spellmsv@MiamiOH.edu
Teaching and Research Interests:
19th and 20th century U.S. social and cultural history, capitalism, consumerism, history of technology