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Faculty

NameContactTitle
David Atkinson atkinsod@purdue.edu
UNIV 025
(765) 496-2776
Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Education, Assistant Department Hea

History of U.S. Foreign Relations, History of Imports to the United States, History of Migration and Diplomacy, International History, U.S. History

Tithi Bhattacharya tbhattac@purdue.edu
UNIV 309
(765) 496-2731
Associate Professor; Director of Global Studies (School of Interdisciplinary Studies)

Feminism, South Asian History, Class Formation and Colonialism, Marxist Theory

Kathryn Cramer Brownell brownell@purdue.edu
UNIV 022
(765) 496-2478
Associate Professor

U.S. History; 20th Century U.S. Political History, the American Presidency, and the Media

Cornelius Bynum clbynum@purdue.edu
UNIV 024
(765) 494-7102
Associate Professor

African-American History, Urban and Labor History, U.S. History

Susan Curtis curtis@purdue.edu
UNIV 329
(765) 494-4159
Professor

U.S. Intellectual and Religious History

Frederick Rowe Davis frdavis@purdue.edu
UNIV 231
765-494-4132
Department Head (Interim), Professor, R. Mark Lubbers Chair in the History of Science

History of Science, Environmental History

Ariel de la Fuente delafuen@purdue.edu
UNIV 324
(765) 494-4132
Associate Professor


Global History, Latin American History, Latin American Literature, Literary Studies, Intellectual History

James R. Farr jrfarr@purdue.edu
UNIV 311
(765) 496-2698
Professor

European History; Early Modern Europe, Renaissance, and Reformation

Vernard L. Foley foleyv@purdue.edu
REC 423
(765) 494-4132
Associate Professor

U.S. History, History of Science and Technology

Jennifer L. Foray jforay@purdue.edu
UNIV 125
(765) 494-4132
Associate Professor

Modern Europe, Imperialism, Decolonization, The Netherlands

Nancy Gabin ngabin@purdue.edu
UNIV 121
(765) 494-4141
Associate Professor

U. S. Women's and Gender History, U. S. Labor History, 20th Century U. S. History

Kim Gallon kgallon@purdue.edu
UNIV 122
(765) 496-2483
Assistant Professor, History

African American; African Diaspora; Sub-Saharan Africa; Women, Gender and Sexuality; Journalism History; Digital Humanities

William G. Gray wggray@purdue.edu
UNIV 328
(765) 496-2772
Associate Professor, International Programs Liaison

Modern Germany, Cold War Europe, History of Capitalism

Sally A. Hastings sahnolte@purdue.edu
UNIV 021
(765) 494-6783
Associate Professor

Japan & East Asia, Gender in Modern Japan

Stacy E. Holden sholden@purdue.edu
UNIV 127
Associate Professor

Modern Middle East and North Africa, U.S. Engagement with the Arab World

R. Douglas Hurt doughurt@purdue.edu
UNIV 023
(765) 494-4132
Professor

U.S. History; American Agricultural, Rural, West, Midwest and South

T. Cole Jones colejones@purdue.edu
UNIV 222
765-496-2796
Assistant Professor

Colonial and Revolutionary America, the Atlantic World, the Cultural History of Violence, War and Society

Rebekah A. Klein-Pejšová rkleinpe@purdue.edu
UNIV 313
(765) 494-6810
Associate Professor of History, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Jewish Studies, Director of Human Rights Program (Department of Philosophy)

Modern Jewish and East Central European History, Minority/State Relations, Comparative Nationalism, Refugee Studies, Human Rights History

Wendy Kline wkline@purdue.edu
UNIV 325
(765) 496-2518
Dema G. Seelye Chair in the History of Medicine

History of Medicine, U.S. History, Women's History 

John L. Larson larsonjl@purdue.edu
UNIV 225
(765) 494-4127
Professor

U.S. History, U.S. Political and Early National, U.S. Business, U.S. Environmental History

Dawn G. Marsh dmarsh@purdue.edu
UNIV 028
(765) 494-7900
Associate Professor, Director of Native American and Indigenous Studies (School of Interdisciplinary Studies)

Native American and Indigenous Studies

Silvia Z. Mitchell mitch131@purdue.edu
UNIV 308
(765) 496-2715
Assistant Professor

Early Modern European History with an Emphasis on Spain and the Spanish Atlantic World, Early Modern Women & Gender History, Early Modern European Political and Diplomatic History, Queenship Studies, Court Studies

Mary X. Mitchell mitch279@purdue.edu
UNIV 322
Assistant Professor

History of Science, Technology, and Medicine; Legal History; United States in the World

Lawrence J. Mykytiuk larrym@purdue.edu
STEW 241
(765) 494-3605
Associate Professor of History (Courtesy Appointment), Department of History Librarian, and Associate Professor of Library Science

Biblical Studies, History of Ancient Israel

Yvonne M. Pitts ypitts@purdue.edu
UNIV 310
(765) 496-2758
Associate Professor

U.S. History, U.S. Legal and Constitutional History, History of Sexuality

Randy W. Roberts rroberts@purdue.edu
UNIV 223
(765) 496-2668
150th Anniversary Professor and Distinguished Professor of History

U.S. History, Recent U.S. History, Sports History, History of Hollywood, Popular Culture, Presidential History

Michael G. Smith mgsmith@purdue.edu
UNIV 027
(765) 496-2420
Professor

Russian and Aerospace History

Margaret Mih Tillman mmtillman@purdue.edu
UNIV 128
(765) 496-2651
Assistant Professor

China and East Asia, Education in Modern China, Childhood and Gender

Sharra Vostral svostral@purdue.edu
UNIV 307
(765) 496-2482
Associate Professor

Gender, Science and Technology; Science, Technology & Society; Health & Popular Culture; Material Culture

 

A. Whitney Walton awhitney@purdue.edu
UNIV 323
(765) 494-4132
Professor, Director of History Honors Program

Modern France; Modern Europe; 19th-20th Century Cultural, Social, Gender, and International History

Melinda S. Zook mzook@purdue.edu
UNIV 327
(765) 494-4134
Professor of History, Director of Cornerstone Integrated Liberal Arts

Early Modern European History, Tudor-Stuart England, Political Thought and Culture, Women and Gender


Continuing Lecturers

NameContactTitle
Dorothee Bouquet dbouquet@purdue.edu

(765) 494-4132
Continuing Lecturer

European History

Deborah L. Fleetham fleetham@purdue.edu
UNIV 126
(765) 496-2568
Continuing Lecturer

European History, Modern German History, Religious History, Women's/Gender History


Visiting Assistant Professor

NameContactTitle
William White white660@purdue.edu
BRNG 1155
Visiting Assistant Professor of History

Emeriti Faculty

NameContactTitle
John J. Contreni contreni@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

European; Intellectual, religious, and political culture of the early medieval period (fifth to eleventh centuries) with special emphasis on the manuscripts, schools, and texts of Carolingian Europe

Charles Cutter cutter@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

Colonial Latin American history, Spanish Borderlands history, Spanish Colonial legal history

Raymond E. Dumett rdumett@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

Global History. African, British Empire History.

Leonard H.D. Gordon lhdgordon@sbcglobal.net

Professor Emeritus of History

Modern Chinese History

Patrick J. Hearden phearden@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

U.S. History.  U.S. Foreign Affairs.

Charles W. Ingrao ingrao@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

European History. Early Modern Europe and Habsburg History.

Franklin T. Lambert flambert@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

Colonial and Revolutionary America

Lois N. Magner magnerln@aol.com

Professor Emerita

History of the Biological Sciences

Robert E. May mayr@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

Mid-19th century U.S. history, Mexican-American War and the Civil War, as well as the U.S. South and U.S. foreign relations, research and teaching has focused upon Civil War causation

Donald L. Parman parmand@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

20th Century Native American Affairs

Jon C. Teaford teaford@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

American Urban History

Harold D. Woodman hwoodman@purdue.edu

Professor Emeritus

Southern History


Lecturers

NameContactTitle
Keenan J. Shimko shimko@purdue.edu
On line
Lecturer

20th Century US, 20th Century Germany, Transnational/Global 20th Century, International Business History, Development of the North American Sports Car market, Automotive History.


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