Our faculty has a wide range of expertise, experience, interests and connections. They are writers, researchers, public speakers, administrators, and community leaders. But they are, first and foremost, teachers, and the small size of most history classes makes for exceptional interaction between teacher and student.
You, like many of our students, may find yourself preparing a paper to present at an undergraduate research conference or preparing a senior thesis. Our faculty will encourage you to excel and develop your talents to the fullest. They will give support and advice as you plan for your career or further study. They will even steer you toward valuable scholarship and internship opportunities. As a history major, you will receive a quality education with a personal touch.
Browse the links below and learn more about the research and activities of our award-winning faculty.
|Mary Ella Engel||Ph.D., Associate Professor, Interim Department Head|
|Saheed Aderinto||Ph.D., Assistant Professor|
|Robert Clines||Ph.D., Assistant Professor|
|Laura Cruz||Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of Faculty Center|
|Andrew Denson||Ph.D., Associate Professor, Graduate Program Coordinator|
|David Dorondo||D.Phil., Sossoman Associate Professor|
|Robert Ferguson||Ph.D., Assistant Professor|
|Benjamin Francis-Fallon||Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Director of Social Science Education|
|Gael Graham||Ph.D., Professor|
|Alexander Macaulay||Ph.D., Associate Professor|
|Elizabeth McRae||Ph.D., Associate Professor|
|Scott Philyaw||Ph.D., Associate Professor|
|Honor Sachs||Ph.D., Assistant Professor|
|Richard Starnes||Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences|
|Jessie Swigger||Ph.D., Associate Professor, Public History Program Director|
|Vicki Szabo||Ph.D., Associate Professor|
|John L. Bell|
|Max R. Williams|
|George Frizzell||University Archivist|
|Peter Koch||Educational Specialist, Mountain Heritage Center|
|Ms. Kathy Orr|