Graduate Students Andrew Avery Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Wescoe Hall, Room 3617 Modern Britain and Empire. Advised by Prof. Victor Bailey. Sarah Bell Graduate Student email@example.com Wescoe Hall, Room 3633 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." Brett Bias Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Early Modern Spain, Religion, Gender and Sexuality. Advised by Luis Corteguera. Brian Carnaby Graduate Student email@example.com Wescoe Hall, Room 3621 20th Century U.S. History, Social and Cultural History. Advised by Sara Gregg. Dusty Clark Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org 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.” Garrett Gatzemeyer Graduate Student email@example.com 20th Century American Military History, US and Eastern European History. Advised by Adrian Lewis. David A. Hill Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Modern Britain, Medieval Europe, and Religious History. Advised by Victor Bailey. Michael Hill Graduate Student email@example.com Wescoe Hall, Room 3633 19th Century U.S. History, Russian History, Empire, Foreign Relations Advised by Sheyda Jahanbani Robert P. Jameson Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Wescoe Hall, Room 2015 Modern European, Russian/East European, Urban. Advised by Nathan Wood. Patrick J Klinger Graduate Student email@example.com Wescoe Hall, Room 2005 Environmental History, The British Atlantic World Andrew William Bohdan Kustodowicz Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Wescoe Hall, Room 3617 Environmental History, Japanese History, East Asian History Advisor Eric Rath Ariel LaGue Graduate Student email@example.com Wescoe Hall, Room 2016 Environmental History, Animal Studies, Health and Nutrition, Twentieth-Century U.S. Advised by Dr. Sara Gregg Brandon Luedtke Graduate Student B.Luedtke@ku.edu Environmental, US, and transnational. Advised by Sara Gregg Dissertation Title: “Growing Oil: The American Castor Industry, 1865-1972” Melissa Lunney Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org 17th Century New England Advisor: Kim Warren Dissertation: Salem at What Cost? Exploring excommunication, reparations and the aftermath of the Witch Trials. Randy Gene Masten Graduate Student RandyMasten@KU.edu 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” Amy Millet Graduate Student email@example.com Wescoe Hall, Room 2005 Modern Central Europe; Late 19th/Early 20th Century Austria Advisor: Nathan Wood Ashley Neale Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org 864-4851 Wescoe Hall, Room 3631 20th Century American history, with a focus on US and the world, political history, and the US presidency Advisor by David Farber Eric Price Graduate Student email@example.com U.S., Military, International History. Advised by Adrian Lewis. Emily Raymond Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Wescoe Hall, Room 2005 Research: History of medicine in early modern/modern Britain and the U.S. Advised by: Christopher E. Forth Brian Rumsey Graduate Student email@example.com Environmental, US, Climate; Advised by Greg Cushman. Paul Schwennesen Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Wescoe Hall, Room 2018 16th century Spanish “Entrada” into the frontiers of New Spain Advised by Robert Schwaller Ximena Sevilla Graduate Student email@example.com Environmental history, Latin America, Amazonia, and indigenous peoples in the colonial period. Advised by Greg Cushman. Adam Terrazas Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Environmental History, US Advised by: Sara Gregg Brian Trump Graduate Student email@example.com Wescoe Hall, Room 3631 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” Jennifer Warburton Graduate Student firstname.lastname@example.org Wescoe Hall, Room 3619 British History, Atlantic History. Advised by JCD Clark Jon Wells Graduate Student email@example.com 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."