Ph.D. Degrees Conferred
|"The Transformation of Gay Life from the Closet to Liberation, 1948-1980: New York City's Gay Markets as a Study in Late Capitalism"||James Livingston|
|"Buying into Change: Consumer Culture and the Department Store in the Transformation(s) of Spain, 1939-1982"||Temma Kaplan|
|Van der Meer, Arnout||"Ambivalent Hegemony: Culture and Power in Colonial Java, 1808-1927"||Michael Adas|
|Weller, AnnaLinden||"Imagining Pre-Modern Imperialism: the letters of Byzantine imperial agents outside the metropole"||Tia Kolbaba|
|Zalma, Adam||"Staten Island in the Harbor Metropolis: The Making of a Region and the Disappearance of an Island, 1790-1858"||Alison Isenberg|
|Adams, John L.||"'Time For A Showdown': The Partnership of Daisy and L.C. Bates, and the Politics of Gender, Protest and Marriage"||Deborah Gray White|
|Audain, Mekala||"Mexican Canaan: Fugitive Slaves and Free Blacks on the American Frontier, 1804-1867"||Mia Bay|
|Bischof, Christopher R.||"Making Good: British Elementary Teachers and the Social Landscape, 1846-1902"||Seth Koven|
|Chapdelaine, Robin P.||"A History of Child Trafficking in Southeastern Nigeria, 1900s-1930s"||Temma Kaplan and Carolyn Brown|
|Easley-Houser, Arika L.||"The Indian Image in the Black Mind: Native Americans in Antebellum African American Public Culture"||Mia Bay|
|Francis, Leigh-Anne||"Bad Girls: Race, Crime, and Punishment in New York State, 1893-1916"||Nancy Hewitt|
|Genter Buchsbaum, Alix||"Risking Everything for that Touch: Butch-Femme Lesbian Culture in New York City from World War II to Women's Liberation"||Nancy Hewitt|
|Hill, Michael||"Ethnicity and Cultural Change in a Medieval Eurasian Border Region: Wales, C. 1100-1350"||James Masschaele|
|Rotunda, Michele||"Drunkenness is No Excuse for Crime" - Alcohol, Murder and Medical Jurisprudence in Nineteenth-Century America"||Susan Schrepfer|
|Schlichting, Kara M.||"'Among the Ash Heaps and Millionaires': Shaping New York's Periphery, 1840-1940"||Alison Isenberg|
|Thomas, Felicia Y.||"Entangled with the Yoke of Bondage: Black Women in Massachusetts, 1700-1783"||Deborah Gray White|
|Barrett, Marsha E.||"Nelson Rockefeller, Racial Politics, and the Undoing of Moderate Republicanism"||David Greenberg|
|Kinkel Devries, Annalise J.||"In Ma'adi, Near Cairo: Locating Global History in British-Occupied Egypt, 1878-1962"||Seth Koven|
|Roth, Matthew, D..||"Magic Bean: The Quests That Brought Soy into American Farming, Diet, and Culture"||T.J. Jackson Lears|
"Insanity on the Move: The "Alien Insane" in Modern America, 1882-1930"
|Allen, Stephen D.||“Boxing in Mexico: Masculinity, Modernity, and Nationalism, 1946-1982”||Mark Wasserman|
|Churchich, Elizabeth Ann||
“Children of the Revocation: The Reeducation of French Protestants after 1685”
“That Our Government May Stand”: African American Politics in the Postbellum South, 1865-1913"
|Mia Bay and Ann Fabian|
“Signal to Noise: Music and the Eclipse of Modernism”
|T.J. Jackson Lears|
|Gurtler, Bridget E.||
“Synthetic Conception: Artificial Insemination and the Transformation of Reproduction and Family in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century America”
|Twagira, Laura Ann||
“Women and Gender at the Office du Niger (Mali): Technology, Environment, and Food ca. 1900-1985”
"Iron Curtain, Iron Lungs: Governing Polio in Cold War Hungary 1952-1963"
|Williams, Shannen Dee||
“Black Nuns and the Struggle to Desegregate Catholic America after World War I”
|Deborah Gray White|
“Sharing a Laugh: Sitcoms and the Production of Post-Imperial Britain, 1945-1980”
“His Mind Was Great and Powerful:” George Washington’s Reading and the Fashioning of His American Self"
"The Cathedral of Milan and its Fabulous Donor"
|Fainberg, Dina||"Notes from the Rotten West, Reports, from the Backward East: Soviet and American Foreign Correspondents in the Cold War, 1945-1985"||Jochen Hellbeck and David Foglesong|
"Reforming Charm City: Grassroots Activism, Politics, and the Making of Modern Baltimore, 1877-1920"
|Hayes, Christopher||"The Heart of the City: Civil Rights, Resistance and Police Reform in New York City, 1945-1966"||Mia Bay|
|Kiechle, Melanie||"The Air We Breathe": Nineteenth-Century Americans and the Search for Fresh Air||Ann Fabian|
|Kurimay, Anita||Sex in the "Pearl of the Danube": The History of Queer Life, Love, and Its Regulation in Budapest, 1873-1941||Belinda Davis and Paul Hanebrink|
"Boyhood for Girls: American Tomboys and the Transformation of Eroticism, 1900-1940"
|T.J. Jackson Lears|
"Leviathan or Paper Tiger: State Making in the Himalayas, 1740-1900"
"Headlong he runs into Circe's snares: Representation and the Restoration Royal Mistress"
"Quebec and New Amsterdam to 1664: A Comparative Network Analysis"
“Taking the White Gloves Off: Women Strike for Peace and the Transformation of Women’s Activist Identities in the U.S., 1961-1980
“Machine Made: Irish America, Tammany Hall and the Creation of Modern New York Politics”
“Reexamining A Community: African American Women and The Southampton Rebellion of 1831”
|Suzanne Lebsock and Deborah Gray White|
“Nobody Couldn’t Sell’ Em But Her’: Slaveowning Women, Mastery, and the Gendered Politics of the Antebellum Slave Market”
|Deborah Gray White|
“The Fluidity of Race: Racializations of the American Mestizos in the Philippines and the United States, 1900-1955"
“Building Bridges of Understanding: The Activism of Wednesdays in Mississippi"
“’They Made Gullah’: Modernist Primitivists and the Discovery and Creation of Sapelo Island, Georgia’s Gullah Community, 1915-1991”
“Washington’s Mediterranean Strategy: Strategic, Political and Ideological Aspects of America’s Intervention in the Mediterranean, 1940-44”
|Cagle, Hugh Glen||
“Dead Reckonings: Disease and the Natural Sciences in Portuguese Asia and the Atlantic, 1450-1650”
|Khair Gitre, Carmen||
"Performing Modernity: Theater and Political Culture in Egypt, 1869-1923”
"Caste, Family and Politics in Northern India during the Eighteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries"
|Routledge, Karen E.||
“In These Latitudes: American and Inuit Stories of Survival, 1850-1922”
|Susan Schrepfer and T.J. T.J. Jackson Lears|
|Stacey, Chris Robert||
“American Boredom: The Origins of a Way of Life, 1885-1950”
|T.J. Jackson Lears|
|Alexanderson, Kris||"Fluid Mobility: Global Maritime Networks and the Dutch Empire, 1918-1942"||Bonnie Smith|
|Anderson Hughes, Jessica R.||"Forced Prostitution: The Competing and Contested Uses of the Concentration Camp Brothel"||Belinda Davis|
|Daily, Andrew||"Staying French: Martiniquans and Guadeloupes between Empire and Independence, 1946-1973"||Bonnie Smith|
|Eget Hampson, Patricia L.||Envisioning Progressive Communities: Race, Gender, and the Politics of Liberalism Berkeley, California and Montclair, New Jersey, 1920-1970”||Alison Isenberg|
|Fontaine, Darcie||"Decolonizing Christianity: Grassroots Ecumenism in France and Algeria, 1940-1965"||Bonnie Smith|
|Lewis, Kay||"Curse Upon the Nation: Ideas About Race, Freedom, and Extermination in Antebellum America"||Deborah Gray White|
|MacDougall, Carla Elizabeth||"Cold War Capital: Contested Urbanity in West Berlin, 1963-1989"||Belinda Davis|
|Moore III, Joseph Price||"Native Americans in Colonial New England and the Modern World-System"||Allen Howard|
|Patton, Stacey||"Why Black Children Can't Grow Up: The Construction of Racial Childhood in America, 1880-1954"||Virginia Yans|
|Warner, Alex Ellis||"Where Angels Fear to Tread:” Feminism, Sex and the Problem of SM, 1969-1993"||Nancy Hewitt|
|Burlingham, Kate||“In the Image of God": A Global History of the North American Congregational Mission Movement in Angola, 1879-1975||Michael Adas|
|Dizgun, John||"Land without Memories: Jewish Tragedy and the Boundaries of Pluralism and Citizenship in Argentina"||Samuel Baily|
|Epstein, Pamela||"Selling Love: The Commercialization of Intimacy in America, 1860s-1900s"||T.J. Jackson Lears|
|Polak-Springer, Peter||"Making Recoveries" The Cultural Politics of Territorial Appropriation in an Industrial Polish-German Borderland, 1922-1971||Belinda Davis|
|Lyon, Elva Kathleen||"The Darling Strangers and English Appetites: Technology transfer and European Cultural Barriers in the Early Modern Atlantic World"||Paul Israel|
|Schnepper, Rachel N.||"Jonas Cast Up at London: The Experience of New World Churches in Revolutionary England"||Alastair Bellany|
|Frazier, Krystal||"From the Reunions of Reconstruction to the Reconstruction of Reunions: Extended and Adoptive Kin Traditions among Late-Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century African Americans"||Mia Bay|
|Phalen, William J.||"But They Did Not Build This House: The Attitude of Evangelical Protestantism towards Immigration to the United States, 1800-1924"||James Livingston|
|Enright, Kelly||"Maximum of Wilderness": Naturalists and the Image of the Jungle in American Culture||Ann Fabian|
|Reid Maxwell, Kelena||"Birth behind the Veil: African-American Midwives and Mothers in the Rural South, 1921-1962"||Deborah Gray White|
|Rzeszutek, Sara Elizabeth||"Love and Activism: James and Esther Cooper Jackson and the Black Freedom Movement n the United States, 1914-1968"||Steven Lawson|
|Westkaemper, Emily||"Martha Washington Goes Shopping: Mass Culture's Gendering of History, 1910-1950"||T.J. Jackson Lears|
|Harris, Nichola||"Lapidaries as Texts of Popular Healing in Medieval & Early Modern Europe, 1000-1700"||Rudolph Bell|
|Braun, Lindsay Frederick||"The Cadastre and the Colony: Surveying, Territory, and Legibility in the Creation of South Africa, c. 1860-1913"||Michael Adas|
|Dobe, Michael E.||"A Long, Slow Tutelage in Western Ways of Work: Industrial Education and the Containment of Nationalism in Anglo-Iranian and Aramco, 1923-1963"||Paul Israel|
|Gitre, Edward J.K.||"America Adjusted: Conformity, Boredom, and the Modern Self, c. 1920-1980"||T.J. Jackson Lears|
|Groetsch, Ulrich||"From Polyhistory to Subversion: The Philological Foundations of Hermann Samuel Reimarus's (1694-1768)"||Martin Mulsow|
|Lewis, Abigail Sara||"The Barrier Breaking Love of God": The Multiracial Activism of the Young Women's Christian Association, 1940s to 1970s||Steven Lawson|
|Lorts, Justin T.||"Black Laughter/Black Protest: Civil Rights, Respectability, and the Cultural Politics of African-American Comedy, 1934-1968"||Ann Fabian|
|Marhoefer, Laurie T.||"Among Abnormals: The Queer Sexual Politics of Germany's Weimar Republic, 1918-1933"||Belinda Davis|
|Mendiola Garcia, Sandra||"Street Vendors, Marketers, and Politics in Twentieth-Century Puebla, Mexico"||Mark Wasserman|
|Miller, Jennifer A.||"Postwar Negotiations: The First Generation of Turkish "Guess Workers" in West Germany, 1961-1973"||Belinda Davis|
|Nelson, Robert E.||"American Antigone: Women, Education, Nation, 1800-1870"||James Livingston|
|Shapira, Michal||"The War Inside: Child Psychoanalysis and Remaking the Self in Britain, 1930-1960"||Bonnie Smith|
|Zuckerman, Emily B.||"Beyond Dispute: EEOC v. Sears and the Politics of Gender, Class, and Affirmative Action, 1968-1986"||Steven Lawson|