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Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2018

Modern Britain and Empire.

Advised by Prof. Victor Bailey.

Sarah Bell
Graduate Student

19th/Early 20th Century U.S.; Women and Gender Studies; and Public History.

Advised by Kim Warren.

Dissertation: "Suffrage on the Platform: The Politicization of the Chautauqua Movement at the Turn of the Twentieth Century."

Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2015

Early Modern Spain, Religion, Gender and Sexuality.

Advised by Luis Corteguera.

Graduate Student
20th Century U.S. History, Social and Cultural History.
 
Advised by Sara Gregg.
Graduate Student

East Asian History, World History, History of Medicine.

Advised by Megan Greene.

Dissertation Title: “Tradition Reinvented: The Rationalization of Kanpō Medicine in Twentieth Century Japan.”

 

20th Century American Military History, US and Eastern European History.

Advised by Adrian Lewis.

Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2016

American Civil War War, 19th Century U.S., Public History.

Advised by Jennifer Weber.

David A. Hill
Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2005

Modern Britain, Medieval Europe, and Religious History.

Advised by Victor Bailey

Michael Hill
Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2014

19th Century U.S. History, Russian History, Empire, Foreign Relations

Advised by Sheyda Jahanbani

Robert P. Jameson
Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2005

Modern European, Russian/East European, Urban.

Advised by Nathan Wood

Patrick J Klinger
Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2005

Environmental History, The British Atlantic World

Andrew Kustodowicz
Wescoe Hall, Room 2018

Environmental History, Japanese History, East Asian History

Advisor Eric Rath

 

Ariel LaGue
Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall

Environmental History, Animal Studies, Health and Nutrition, Twentieth-Century U.S.

Advised by Dr. Sara Gregg  ​

Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2015

Environmental, US, and transnational.

Advised by Sara Gregg

Dissertation Title: “Growing Oil: The American Castor Industry, 1865-1972”

Melissa Lunney
Graduate Student

17th Century New England

Advisor: Kim Warren

Dissertation:  Salem at What Cost?  Exploring excommunication, reparations and the aftermath of the Witch Trials.

Randy Masten
Graduate Student
Strong Hall, Room 222

U.S. Military History and Eastern European History.

Advised by Adrian Lewis.

Dissertation: “From Hope to Hate: Somalia – U.N. and U.S. Intervention 1992-1995”

Graduate Student
864-4851
Wescoe Hall, Room 2001

20th Century American history, with a focus on US and the world, political history, and the US presidency

Advisor by David Farber

Graduate Student
Wescoe 2015

Modern Europe, Women and Gender, and Latin America History.

Advised by Luis Corteguera.

Eric Price
Graduate Student

U.S., Military, International History.

Advised by Adrian Lewis.

Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2005

Research: History of medicine in early modern/modern Britain and the U.S.

Advised by: Christopher E. Forth

 

Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2018

Modern Japan, Urban History, Transnational and Global History 

Advisor: Sheyda Jahanbani

Brian Rumsey
Graduate Student

Environmental, US, Climate;

Advised by Greg Cushman.

Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2018

16th century Spanish “Entrada” into the frontiers of New Spain

Advised by Robert Schwaller

Ximena Sevilla
Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2004

Environmental history, Latin America, Amazonia, and indigenous peoples in the colonial period.

Advised by Greg Cushman.

Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2001

Environmental History, US

Advised by: Sara Gregg

Brian Trump
Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2003

Modern U.S.; Gender and Sexuality; the State

Advised by Beth Bailey

Dissertation Title: “Sex Crimes and Criminal Sexuality: Legislating and Policing the Boundaries of Community in Nebraska, 1880-1980”

Graduate Student
Wescoe Hall, Room 2004

British History, Atlantic History.

Advised by JCD Clark

Graduate Student

American and International History, Diplomatic History.

Advised by Sheyda Jahanbani.

Dissertation Title: "The Publishers are to Blame: The Memory of Frederick Funston and the Spanish-American War."

 


 
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