Faculty & Staff
- Alicia Barber
Departmental Director of Public History and Director of the University of Nevada Oral History Program; Ph.D., 2003, University of Texas at Austin. American Studies; Nevada and the American West; urban studies; museum studies; public history.
- Scott E. Casper (Interim Dean, College of Liberal Arts)
Professor; Ph.D., 1992, Yale University. Nineteenth-century U.S. history; U.S. cultural history; American Studies; history of the book.
- Linda A. Curcio-Nagy (Department Chair)
Associate Professor; Ph.D., 1993, Tulane University. Latin American cultural and social history; Mexico.
- Greta de Jong
Associate Professor; Ph.D., 1999, Pennsylvania State University. African American history and race and ethnicity in U.S. History.
- Dennis Dworkin (Undergraduate Director)
Professor; Ph.D., 1990, University of Chicago. British history; modern European intellectual history; cultural theory.
- Neal Ferguson
Associate Professor; Ph.D., 1971, University of Oregon. British history; history of war and society; World War II.
- Martha L. Hildreth (Graduate Director)
Associate Professor; Ph.D., 1983, University of California, Riverside. Modern European history; French history; history of medicine.
- Emily K. Hobson
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., 20th century US history, radical social movements, history of sexuality/LGBT history, race and ethnicity
- Bruce Moran
Professor; Ph.D., 1978, University of California, Los Angeles. Early modern Europe; history of science; history of medicine.
- Meredith Oda
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., 2010, University of Chicago. 20th century US history, US in the world, Asian American history
- John O'Keefe
Visiting Assistant Professor; Ph.D., 2012 George Washington University. U.S. history, eighteenth-century Atlantic World revolutions, migration, and the development of citizenship and legal rights
- Nicholas Osborne
Visiting Assistant Professor; Ph.D., October 2012 Columbia University.
- Elizabeth Raymond
Professor; Ph.D., 1979, University of Pennsylvania. U.S. social and cultural history; American Studies; gender; landscape.
- William D. Rowley
Professor; Ph.D., 1966, University of Nebraska. American West; environmental history; history of Nevada.
- Darrel Rutkin
Postdoctoral Fellow; Ph.D., 2002 Indiana University. History of Science.
- Edward M. Schoolman Assistant Professor; Ph.D., 2010, University of California, Los Angeles. Early Medieval Europe Byzantium.
- Hugh L. Shapiro
Associate Professor; Ph.D., 1995, Harvard University. East Asian history; China; history of medicine.
- Kevin Stevens
Associate Professor; Ph.D., 1992, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Renaissance Europe; Italy; history of the book.
- Charles Tshimanga-Kashama
Associate Professor; Ph.D., 1999, University of Paris
Africa and African diaspora; colonial and postcolonial studies.
- Barbara Walker
Associate Professor; Ph.D., 1994, University of Michigan.
Russian; Soviet; social and cultural history.
Letter of Appointment Faculty
- Jeff Auer
- Paul Boone
- Angela Chase
- Jonathan Cummins
- Hisatoshi Fukuda
- Amy Ghilieri
- Ryan Powell
- Brian Pringle
- Laura Rocke
- Geoff Scott
- James Smith
- Timothy Smith
- Alisse Ulrich
- Richard O. Davies, Professor Emeritus
- Edwards, Jerome, Professor Emeritus
- Francis X. Hartigan, Professor Emeritus
- James Hulse, Professor Emeritus
- John Marschall, Professor Emeritus