Faculty

  • Paulina Alberto

    Paulina Alberto

    Associate Professor 2705 Haven Hall

    Latin America; Race and nation, racial ideologies, racial politics; Afro-Latin America; Brazil and Argentina734.647.4869 / palberto@umich.edu


  • Kathryn Babayan

    Kathryn Babayan

    Associate Professor
    Director, Armenian Studies Program
    4012 Thayer

    Early Modern Iran; Shi’ism; Sufism; Gender and Sexuality734.763.1597 / babayan@umich.edu


  • Pamela Ballinger

    Pamela Ballinger

    Associate Professor
    Fred Cuny Chair in the History of Human Rights
    2509 Haven Hall

    Human rights, refugees and displacement, memory, fascism, seascapes and coastal issues, Italy, Croatia/ex-Yugoslavia734.647.4888 / pballing@umich.edu


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    Anne Berg

    Lecturer
    Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies
    1029M Tisch Hall

    Modern German and modern European social and cultural history; Nazism, war, and the Holocaust; Urban history; Film studies; the history of garbage734.763.8905 / akberg@umich.edu


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    Stephen A. Berrey

    Assistant Professor 3640 Haven Hall

    Race and culture; African American History; U.S. South; 20th-century United States; cultural history734.615.2936 / sberrey@umich.edu


  • Francis Blouin

    Francis Blouin

    Professor 2640 Haven Hall

    Archives, documentation, and institutions of social memory; United States Social History, Michigan history.fblouin@umich.edu


  • Howard Brick

    Howard Brick

    Professor
    Louis Evans Chair in U.S. History
    1725 Haven Hall

    20th Century U.S. History;Social Theory and American Intellectual History;History of Social Movements and Politics in the U.S. Since 1865734.763.7861 / hbrick@umich.edu


  • Charlie Bright

    Charlie Bright

    Professor 1724 East Quad

    Social theory and practice734.647.4366 / cbright@umich.edu


  • Kathleen Canning

    Kathleen Canning

    Department Chair (History)
    Sonya O. Rose Collegiate Professor of History
    Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of History, Women's Studies and German

    Modern Germany;Modern European women and gender;Labor and social movements;Welfare state;History of the body734.763.9937 / kcanning@umich.edu


  • John Carson

    John Carson

    Associate Professor
    Director of Undergraduate Studies
    1765 Haven Hall

    U.S. intellectual/cultural history, history of science, history of the human sciences, 19th-century U.S. history, European intellectual history734.647.7378 / jscarson@umich.edu


  • Par Cassel

    Pär Cassel

    Associate Professor
    Associate Director, Center for Chinese Studies
    2526 Haven Hall

    Late imperial and modern China; legal, political and institutional history of China; Sino-Japanese relations; the treaty ports of East Asia; Manjuristics734.647.4868 / cassel@umich.edu


  • Sueann Caulfield

    Sueann Caulfield

    Associate Professor 2751 Haven Hall

    Latin America and Brazil734.647.7946 / scaul@umich.edu


  • Chun-shu Chang

    Chun-shu Chang

    Professor 1757 Haven Hall

    History and civilization of China, 1600 BC-1800 AD: sociolcultural, intellectual-literary, military-diplomatic, historiography, science and technology734.763.2294 / cschang@umich.edu


  • Rita Chin

    Rita Chin

    Associate Professor 2526 Haven Hall

    Late Modern Europe, especially post-1945 Germany; comparative European migrations; transnationalism; ethnic minorities; gender; intellectual history734.615.9320 / rchin@umich.edu


  • Erdem Cipa

    Erdem Cipa

    Assistant Professor 3012 Thayer Bldg.

    Ottoman Empire, Middle East, Balkans647-4637 / ecipa@umich.edu


  • Josh Cole

    Joshua H. Cole

    Professor, History 1640 Haven Hall

    Modern France; Europe; Gender, memory, violence; colonial and post-colonial734.763.4159 / joshcole@umich.edu


  • Juan R. Cole

    Juan Cole

    Richard P. Mitchell Professor of History
    Director, Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies
    2527 Haven Hall

    Modern Middle East; Muslim South Asia; Social and intellectual history734.764.6305 / jrcole@umich.edu


  • Jay Cook

    Jay Cook

    Professor 1759 Haven Hall

    19th-century cultural and intellectual; African-American; Popular/mass culture; Visual culture; Capitalism734.763.7860 / jwcook@umich.edu


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    Matthew Countryman

    Associate Professor History, American Culture 2759 Haven Hall

    African American social movements, 20th-century U.S. history, race-postwar liberalism-and the American left, African-American politics in the post-civil-rights era.
    Secondary Fields of Study: Public memory of the Civil Rights movement, right-wing social movements, the social construction of race.
    734.647.2434 / mcountry@umich.edu


  • Deborah Dash Moore

    Deborah Dash Moore

    Frederick G.L. Huetwell Professor of History
    Director, Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
    1703 Haven Hall
    2111 Thayer Bldg.

    American Jewish history; 20th century urbanization, migration, and acculturation; community building734.647.7862 / ddmoore@umich.edu


  • Deirdre de la Cruz

    Deirdre de la Cruz

    Assistant Professor of Southeast Asian Studies
    Assistant Professor of History
    6167 STB

    Cultures and histories of Southeast Asia, in particular the Philippines734.615.8504 / ddelac@umich.edu


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    Christian de Pee

    Associate Professor
    Director, Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    1632 Haven Hall

    8th-14th centuries China, (Tang, Song, and Yuan dynasties), text and writing, cities and urban space, representations of imperial power, ritual, archaelogy734.763.6968 / cdepee@umich.edu


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    Philip J. Deloria

    Carroll Smith-Rosenberg Collegiate Professor
    LSA Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
    2216 LSA Bldg.
    2735 Haven Hall

    U.S. Cultural; American Indian; Enviornmental; American Studies734.764.0320
    734.763.2091 / pdeloria@umich.edu


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    Gregory E. Dowd

    Professor 3672 Haven Hall

    Colonial and Revolutionary America, Native American, American Studies615-6473 / dowdg@umich.edu


  • Paul N. Edwards

    Paul N. Edwards

    Professor 3439 North Quad

    History of science and technology, espeically meteorology and information infrastructures734.764.2617 / pne@umich.edu


  • Geoff Eley

    Geoff Eley

    Karl Pohrt Distinguished University Professor of Contemporary History 1029G Tisch

    Modern Germany, Britian, Europe; historiography; history & film; nationalism; fascism and the right734.763.2289 / ghe@umich.edu


  • Hussein Fancy

    Hussein Anwar Fancy

    Assistant Professor 2528 Haven Hall

    Medieval Spain and North Africa; Social, Cultural and Intellectual History of Religious Interaction; Political Theology and Paleography734.647.5409 / fancy@umich.edu


  • John Fine

    John V. A. Fine

    Professor 1672 Haven Hall

    Balkan, Byzantine, Eastern Church history763.2231 / jvafine@umich.edu


  • Katherine French

    Katherine French

    J. Frederick Hoffman Professor of History 1733 Haven Hall

    Medieval and women's history734.647.4899 / frenchk@umich.edu


  • Dario Gaggio

    Dario Gaggio

    Associate Professor 2765 Haven Hall

    Modern Italy, History and political economy; Agrarian and environmental history734.763.2297 / dariog@umich.edu


  • Kevin Gaines

    Kevin Gaines

    Professor 4700 Haven Hall (CAAS)

    U.S. and African American intellectual and cultural history; race and gender politics in post-World War II America; African American cultural production; the global dimensions of U.S. struggles over the meaning of citizenship734.764.5513 / gaineskk@umich.edu


  • Will Glover

    William Glover

    Associate Professor of History and Architecture, A Alfred Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    Director of Graduate Studies, History

    Colonial and post-colonial South Asia; Urban and architectural history; Material culture; Aesthetics of modernization734.936.0203 / wglover@umich.edu


  • Dena Goodman

    Dena Goodman

    Lila Miller Collegiate Professor of History and Women's Studies 2144 Lane Hall

    Early modern France; Cultural and Intellectual; Women and Gender734.647.0771 / goodmand@umich.edu


  • David J. Hancock

    David J. Hancock

    Professor
    Director, Atlantic Studies Initiative
    2767 Haven Hall

    Business and Economic History;Atlantic World;Early-Modern Britain and Empire;Early-Modern Portugal and Empire;Colonial America734.763.7589 / hancockd@umich.edu


  • Clement Hawes

    Clement Hawes

    Professor 3172 Angell Hall

    Restoration and eighteenth-century satire; Early modern novel; Eighteenth-century visual caricature; 'Madness' and early modern political rhetoric; Travel and travelogues; Early imperialism and resistance; The Anglo-Irish eighteenth century; The Enlightenment734.936.2700 / cchawes@umich.edu


  • Gabrielle Hecht

    Gabrielle Hecht

    Professor
    Director, Program in Science, Technology & Society
    2666 Haven Hall

    Science and technology studies; Nuclear power and proliferation;Colonialism and postcoloniality; Labor; National identity; Modern Africa (Gabon, Madagascar, Namibia, South Africa); Modern France734.647.7937 / hechtg@umich.edu


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    Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof

    Associate Professor of American Culture and History 3751 Haven Hall

    Latino studies, Latin American and Caribbean history, transnational migrations, music, race and ethnicity.734.647.0253 / jessehg@umich.edu


  • Joel D. Howell

    Joel D. Howell M.D.

    Victor Vaughan Professor 2773 Haven Hall

    Medicine; History and sociology of science734.763.2289 / jhowell@umich.edu


  • Diane Owen Hughes

    Associate Professor 2507 Haven Hall

    Medieval and Renaissance; cultural, social, legal734.764.8547 / dohughes@umich.edu


  • Brandi Hughes

    Brandi Hughes

    Assistant Professor 2518 Haven Hall

    North American religion, African American religious and intellectual history in the 20th century734.647.4873 / bshughes@umich.edu


  • Nancy Rose Hunt

    Nancy Rose Hunt

    Professor of History (and Obstetrics/Gynecology) 1735 Haven Hall

    Africa, health, medicine, violence, religious studies, humanitarianism, gender, psychiatry, theory, ethnographic history, global history, visual culture734.647.4887 / nrhunt@umich.edu


  • Kali Israel

    Kali Israel

    Associate Professor 2511 Haven Hall

    Modern Britain, women's history, modern Europe, cultural studies734.647.4898 / kisrael@umich.edu


  • Paul C. Johnson

    Paul C. Johnson

    Professor of History and Afroamerican and African Studies 4658 Haven Hall

    Theories of religion, ethnography, history of the study of religion, religion and race, modern history of Brazil734.764.5513 / paulcjoh@umich.edu


  • Martha Jones

    Martha S. Jones

    Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Associate Professor of History 2703 Haven Hall

    African American history; 19th century United States history; women's history; critical race theory, Atlantic world slavery and law734.647.5421 / msjonz@umich.edu


  • Sue Juster

    Susan Juster

    Professor 2521 Haven Hall

    Early American, women and religion734.763.7858 / sjuster@umich.edu


  • Powell Kazanjian

    Powel H. Kazanjian, Jr

    Professor 3119 Taubman Ctr

    Medicine, history of medicine734.763.2289 / pkazanji@umich.edu


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    Mary C. Kelley

    Ruth Bordin Collegiate Professor 2672 Haven Hall

    19th-century women’s writers, women’s intellectual history, American intellectual history, American culture, and women’s studies.763.2289 / mckelley@umich.edu


  • Valerie Kivelson

    Valerie A. Kivelson

    Thomas N. Tentler Collegiate Professor
    Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of History
    2743 Haven Hall

    Medieval and early modern Russia; history of cartography; history of witchcraft; religion; political culture; history and the visual; comparative empires; violence and visuality734.763.2049 / vkivelso@umich.edu


  • Victoria Langland

    Victoria Langland

    Associate Professor 1658 Haven Hall

    Latin America, especially Brazil and the Southern Cone; dictatorships and the politics of memory; student and other social movements; gender history; the 1960s734.763.4624 / langland@umich.edu


  • Matt Lassiter

    Matthew Lassiter

    Associate Professor 2513 Haven Hall

    20th century United States, urban/suburban, political, social, Southern, popular culture734.647.4618 / mlassite@umich.edu


  • Victor Lieberman

    Victor B. Lieberman

    Raoul Wallenberg Distingusihed University Professor of History and Professor of Asian and Comparative History 1741 Haven Hall

    Southeast Asia, 1400-1800, early modern global734.763.4771 / eurasia@umich.edu


  • Rudi Lindner

    Rudi Lindner

    Professor 1672 Haven Hall

    Medieval world; Ottoman; astrophysics734.763.2290 / rpl@umich.edu


  • Erik Linstrum

    Erik Raymond Linstrum

    Assistant Professor
    Michigan Society of Fellows
    2641 Haven Hall

    Modern Britain and the British Empire; History of the human sciences; Colonial violence; Cultural and intellectual history617.835.2786 / linstrum@umich.edu


  • Jonathan Marwil

    Jonathan Marwil

    Lecturer 2632 Haven Hall

    Modern European history; War, historiography, photography734.647.5418 / jmarwil@umich.edu


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    Tomoko Masuzawa

    Professor, Comparative Literature/History 2634 Haven Hall

    Modern European intellectual history (19th century); Discourses on religion; History of human sciences; Psychoanalysis734.615.3602 / masuzawa@umich.edu


  • Michelle McClellan

    Michelle McClellan

    Assistant Professor

    United States; Public history734.647.5408 / mmcclel@umich.edu


  • Terry McDonald

    Terrence J. McDonald

    Arthur F. Thurnau Professor
    Director, Bentley Historical Library
    1150 Beal Ave

    Modern American history, political, urban, historiography734.764.3482 / tmcd@umich.edu


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    Tiya Miles

    Elsa Barkley Brown Collegiate Professor, Professor of American Culture, History, Afroamerican & African Studies, Women's Studies, and Native American Studies 4773 Haven Hall

    African-American and Native-American interrelated and comparative histories, esecially 19th-century; African-American women's istory and literature; Native American women's history and literature; U.S. women's history734.764.5513 / tiya@umich.edu


  • Farina Mir

    Farina Mir

    Associate Professor
    Director, Center for South Asian Studies
    2757 Haven Hall

    Modern South Asia; Islam/Muslims in South Asia; British colonialism734.647.5416 / fmir@umich.edu


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    Anthony P. Mora

    Associate Professor of American Culture and History 3767 Haven Hall

    19th-century United States; Race, gender, and sexuality in the U.S.; Mexican-American history; Latino/a history; The history of sexuality734.615.5766 / apmora@umich.edu


  • Gina Morantz-Sanchez

    Regina Morantz-Sanchez

    Professor 2664 Haven Hall

    Women's and gender history, history of the family, sexuality, the body, and medicine, race and ethnicity, Jewish American history734.763.2296 / reginann@umich.edu


  • Ian Moyer

    Ian Moyer

    Associate Professor 2741 Haven Hall

    Ancient Greece and Egypt; Ethnicity and culture in the ancient world; Historiography and ethnography; Religion and magic734.763.5855 / ianmoyer@umich.edu


  • Ellen Muehlberger

    Ellen Muehlberger

    Assistant Professor 4163 Thayer Bldg.

    Religion and Christianity in Late Antiquity734.615.2960 / emuehlbe@umich.edu


  • Rachel Neis

    Associate Professor 2506 Haven Hall

    Jewish history (particularly late antique); Palestinian and Babylonian rabbinic culture; Religion and mysticism; Law in the ancient world; Vision and visuality734.647.4616 / rneis@umich.edu


  • Doug Northrop

    Douglas Northrop

    Professor
    Associate Chair
    2519 Haven Hall

    Social/cultural; Empire; Gender; Environmental; World/global647-0099 / northrop@umich.edu


  • Marty Pernick

    Martin S. Pernick

    Professor 1727 Haven Hall

    History of disease, disability, health, and the body; Professionalism and professional cultures; History of ethics and value issues in medicine;Film and the mediation of professional and popular cultures734.647.4876 / mpernick@umich.edu


  • Derek R. Peterson

    Derek Peterson

    Professor of History and African Studies 1634 Haven Hall

    Africa, particularly eastern Africa; history of literature and religion; intellectual culture; gender history; nationalism; ethnicity734.615.3608 / drpeters@umich.edu


  • Leslie Pincus

    Leslie Pincus

    Associate Professor
    Interim Director, Center for Japanese Studies
    1707 Haven Hall

    Modern Japan; Cultural Studies; Aesthetics and nationalism734.764.6381 / lpincus@umich.edu


  • Brian Porter-Szucs

    Brian Porter-Szücs

    Professor 1751 Haven Hall

    Roman catholicism; 19th and 20th century Poland734.764.6803 / baporter@umich.edu


  • Helmut Puff

    Helmut Puff

    Professor

    Early Modern German Literature, Culture, and History; European Reformations; History of Sexuality, Gender History; Visual Culturepuffh@umich.edu


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    Daniel Ramirez

    Assistant Professor 3733 Haven Hall

    American religious history; Immigration; Race and ethnicity; Mesooamerican/Latin; American/Afro-Latino and Asian American religions; Religious musics; Evangelicalisms; Church and state; Spanish Reformation734.615.6474 / dramire@umich.edu


  • Sherie Randolph

    Sherie Randolph

    Assistant Professor 4640 Haven Hall (DAAS)

    20th-century United States; African American; African diaspora; Women and gender; Black feminism(s); Black Power; Social movements734.936.6528 / smrand@umich.edu


  • Melanie Schulze Tanielian

    Melanie Schulze Tanielian

    Assistant Professor 2520 Haven Hall

    Social and cultural history of the modern Middle East; War, violence and human rights; History of youth and childhood, Early 20th-century Lebanon734.647.4616 / meltan@umich.edu


  • Rebecca Scott

    Rebecca Scott

    Charles Gibson Distinguished University Professor of History and Professor of Law 1749 Haven / 969 Legal Research

    Latin America; Cuba, slavery and emancipation; Labor systems; Comparative citizenship734.763.4779 / rjscott@umich.edu


  • Julius Scott

    Julius Scott III

    Lecturer

    734.764-6305 / jsscott@umich.edu


  • Perrin Selcer

    Perrin Selcer

    Assistant Professor

    Global environmental history; History and sociology of science, focusing on 20th century environmental and human sciences; International organizations and international development; U.S. and the Worldpselcer@umich.edu


  • Minnie Sinha

    Mrinalini Sinha

    Alice Freeman Palmer Professor of History, English and Women's Studies 1743 Haven Hall

    South Asia; Colonialism and Imperialism; World and Global; Women's Studies734.615.3451 / sinha@umich.edu


  • Scott Spector

    Scott Spector

    Professor of History, German, Judaic Studies
    Chair, Germanic Languages and Literature

    Modern Central European; cultural and intellectual; German-Jewish; history of sexualityspec@umich.edu


  • Paolo Squatriti

    Paolo Squatriti

    Professor 2727 Haven Hall / 4403 MLB

    Medieval History734.647.4897 / pasqua@umich.edu


  • Ronald Suny

    Ronald G. Suny

    Charles Tilly Collegiate Professor of Social and Political History 1767 Haven Hall

    Russian, Armenian, Caucasian history; Nationalism; Empire; Ethnic conflict, genocidergsuny@umich.edu


  • Hitomi Tonomura

    Hitomi Tonomura

    Professor
    Director, Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies
    1719 Haven Hall

    Premodern patterns of gender construction and representation; war and manhood; work and environment; reproduction and lineage; impurity and law; violence and heroism; samurai films734.647.7298 / tomitono@umich.edu


  • Ray Van Dam

    Ray Van Dam

    Professor 2733 Haven Hall

    Roman history, esp. early and later Roman empire; Early medieval and early Byzantine history; Early Christian studies734.763.1193 / rvandam@umich.edu


  • Jeffrey Veidlinger

    Jeffrey Veidlinger

    Professor of History and Judaic Studies 2529 Haven Hall

    Modern Jewish history, modern Russia and Eastern Europe, oral history, culture and ethnicity, Holocaust734.647.4885 / jveidlin@umich.edu


  • Maris Vinovskis

    Maris A. Vinovskis

    AM and HP Bentley Professor of History 2658 Haven Hall

    U.S. social history; Family, demography; Education734.647.2545 / vinovski@umich.edu


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    Penny Von Eschen

    Professor of History and American Culture
    Associate Chair, History
    1029J Tisch

    Transnational cultural and political dynamics;Race, gender, and empire;Political culture of United States imperialism734.647.6157 / pmve@umich.edu


  • Rudolph Ware

    Rudolph (Butch) Ware

    Associate Professor 2510 Haven Hall

    Premodern Africa; Islam in Africa734.647.7943 / rudyware@umich.edu


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    Michael Witgen

    Associate Professor of History and American Culture 2642 Haven Hall

    American Indian and early American history;North American West; Borderlands history;Pre-confederation Canada734.647.5419 / mwitgen@umich.edu