Emeritus Faculty

Russell Bartley, Latin America, Spain and Portugal, historiography
James Brundage, medieval history
David Buck, modern China, urban history
Bruce Fetter, Africa, historical demography, maps
Michael Gordon, U.S. labor, public history
Victor Greene, U.S. ethnic and labor history, popular culture, methodology
Abbas Hamdani, Islam, Middle East and North Africa, medieval history
David Healy, diplomatic and military history
Elizabeth Hitz, U.S. social and technical history, women, public history
Reginald Horsman, U.S. expansion, race relations
Jeffrey Merrick, early modern France, intellectual and cultural history, gender and sexuality
Stephen Meyer, 20th century U.S. social, labor, and cultural history, gender
Nathan Miller, U.S. economic history
Ronald Ross, Germany, modern social/political history, military history
John Schroeder, 19th century U.S., naval, maritime, diplomatic
Philip Shashko, modern Russia and Balkans, intellectual history
George Stagakis, ancient history
Walter Trattner, social welfare, social history, Progressive Era, feminism
Walter Weare, African-American and southern history, women, biography