History

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Faculty & Staff

Julie K. Berebitsky Email icon

Professor of History and Women's Studies and Chair, Women's Studies Program

Julie K. Berebitsky

Julie K. Berebitsky teaches a variety of courses in U.S. women's history and Women's Studies.

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Harold J. Goldberg Email icon

Professor of History

Harold J. Goldberg

Harold J. Goldberg, the David E. Underdown Distinguished Professor of History, is the author of D-Day in the Pacific: The Battle of Saipan and Europe in Flames. He teaches courses on Russia, China, Vietnam, World War II, and Socialism.

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Roger S. Levine Email icon

Associate Professor of History

Roger S. Levine

Roger Levine teaches courses on African, environmental and colonial history in the History Department, as well as the Environmental Studies and International and Global Studies programs. He is a cultural historian of modern South African and African history.

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Andrea Mansker Email icon

Associate Professor of History

Andrea Mansker

Andrea Mansker is a modern Europeanist who specializes in French and Francophone cultural, intellectual, and gender history. Her research interests include the history of honor, sexuality, and feminism in Third Republic France.

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Carmen E. McEvoy Email icon

Professor of History

Carmen E. McEvoy

Carmen E. McEvoy teaches a wide variety of courses on Latin America, including the European background to the discovery and colonization of the New World. She is an expert on 19th century Peru and Chile and has written extensively on these subjects.

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Jon Ellis Meacham Email icon

Distinguished Visiting Professor of History

Jon Ellis Meacham

Jon Meacham is executive editor and executive vice president of Random House and is the author, most recently, of Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power. Meacham received the Pulitzer Prize for American Lion, his 2008 biography of Andrew Jackson.

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David A. Meola Email icon

Visiting Assistant Professor of History

David A. Meola

David A. Meola specializes in German and Jewish history from the Enlightenment through the nineteenth century, with a focus on public expression and popular culture.

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Charles R. Perry Email icon

William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of History

Charles R. Perry

Charles R. Perry's interests cover the whole course of British history; his special expertise is in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries.

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Woody Register Email icon

Professor of History, Chair

Woody Register

Woody Register teaches post-Civil War U.S. history and directs the American Studies Program. His interests include the history of American popular culture, business, and gender.

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Susan J. Ridyard Email icon

Professor of History

Susan J. Ridyard

Susan J. Ridyard's major field is medieval European and British history; she also teaches the history of ancient Greece and Rome.

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Houston B. Roberson Email icon

Professor of History

Houston B. Roberson

Houston B. Roberson offers courses in United States History, specializing in religion, African American history and the American Civil Rights Movement.

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Nicholas E. Roberts Email icon

Assistant Professor of History

Nicholas E. Roberts

Nicholas E. Roberts teaches classes on the Middle East, Islam, and imperialism in the History Department and the International and Global Studies Program.

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Kelly J. Whitmer Email icon

Assistant Professor of History

Kelly J. Whitmer

Kelly Whitmer is an historian of early modern Europe, who specializes in the history of science, education and childhood and offers courses in these areas.

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John C. Willis Email icon

Professor of History

John C. Willis

John C. Willis teaches U.S. history from the American Revolution to the recent past, with emphasis on the role and changes of the South. He has published on slavery in antebellum Virginia and the New South frontier of the Mississippi Delta, and is currently exploring the environmental history of the Cumberland Plateau.

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