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European History



Rudolph Bell
Professor
Ph.D., CUNY
Social and cultural history of Early Modern Europe, especially Italy; specialties include popular religion, saints, and the history of reading

Alastair Bellany
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Princeton
Early Modern Europe, British

Belinda Davis
Professor

Ph.D., Michigan (Ann Arbor)
Modern Europe; Germany; gender; popular politics

Leah DeVun
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Columbia
Medieval and Renaissance; science, gender and sexuality

Melissa Feinberg
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Chicago
Central and Eastern Europe; gender history; human rights and citizenship

Ziva Galili
Distinguished Professor

Ph.D., Columbia
Modern Russia; Eastern Europe

Paul Hanebrink
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Chicago
Twentieth-century Eastern Europe; the Habsburg Empire; 20th-century Europe

Jochen Hellbeck
Professor

Ph.D., Columbia
Modern Russia and the Soviet Union; subjectivities; (auto)biography; transnational histories of Communism, WW II, and the Cold War

Jennifer M. Jones
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Princeton
Early Modern European History; France, Old Regime and Revolution; European Women's History

Samantha Kelly
Professor

Ph.D., Northwestern
Medieval Europe

Seth Koven
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Harvard
Britian; women's gender and sexuality; cultural histoyr of modern Europe

Phyllis Mack
Professor

Ph.D., Cornell
Early modern Europe; women's and gender; religion

James Masschaele
Professor

Ph.D., Toronto (Canada)
Medieval Europe; English economic

Matt Matsuda
Professor

Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Modern Europe; France; cultural; global

Stephen W. Reinert
Associate Professor

Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Byzantine; medieval Balkan; early Ottoman history

Bonnie B. Smith
Distinguished Professor

Ph.D., Rochester
Modern Europe; women's and gender; global history

Judith Surkis
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Cornell
Modern Europe and European empires, especiall France and North Africa; gender and sexuality

Sarolta Takacs
Professor

Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Roman and Byzantine histoyr; digital humanities and social sciences

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