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Department of History

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Dr. Gregory Smith, Chair

Powers Hall 106, 989-774-3374

Michelle Cassidy, Ph.D., American Indian history, 19th century United States

Jennifer Liu Demas, Ph.D. East Asian history

Lane Demas, Ph.D., African American history

Kathleen Donohue, Ph.D., United States political and cultural history

Carrie Euler, Ph.D., late medieval and early modern Europe

Solomon Getahun, Ph.D., sub-Saharan Africa

Mitchell Hall, Ph.D., recent U.S.

Doina Harsanyi, Ph.D., European history, France

Eric Johnson, Ph.D., modern Europe

Jay Martin, Ph.D., museum studies, public history

Tara McCarthy, Ph.D., U.S. women and gender post 1870

Timothy O'Neil, Ph.D., modern Europe

John Robertson, Ph.D., Ancient Near East and Egypt, Islamic and Modern Middle East

Gregory Smith, Ph.D., history of ancient Mediterranean world

Catherine Tobin, Ph.D., United States social history, immigration

Jonathan Truitt, Ph.D., colonial Latin American history

Andrew Wehrman, Ph.D., U.S. colonial history

Course Designator:

HST - History

The Department of History offers a Master of Arts degree, a Joint Master of Arts degree, and a Joint Ph.D. in History. The Joint Master of Arts degree and the Joint Ph.D. are offered in association with partner institutions at Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany; Newcastle University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom; the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland; and the University of Puebla, Puebla, Mexico.

The Programs:

Master of Arts (M.A.) in History

Graduate Certificate in European History

Graduate Certificate in Modern History

Graduate Certificate in United States History

Joint Master of Arts (M.A.) in History

Joint Ph.D. in History

Interdisciplinary Programs:

Master of Arts in Cultural Resource Management

Graduate Certificate in Cultural Resource Management