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Recent Publications

Miller Book

Douglas Miller

Indians on the Move: Native American Mobility and Urbanization in the Twentith Century

Carlson Book

Thomas Carlson

Christianity in Fifteenth Century Iraq

Zeide Cover

Anna Zeide

Canned: The Rise and Fall of Consumer Confidence in the American Food Industry

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Digital History Projects

Syriac gazetteer

 Dr. Thomas Carlson is co-editing The Syriac Gazetteer, a dictionary of Syriac cultural geography

Faculty List

Laura Arata (Ph.D., 2014, Washington State University)
Assistant Professor 
Public History; American West; Race and Gender;  Popular Culture 

Ninette Ashley (Ph.D., 2015, Oklahoma State University)
Adjunct Instructor
Medieval and Early Modern Europe; Tudor/Stuart England; History of Medicine 

Kurt Anderson (Ph.D., 2011, Oklahoma State University) 
Adjunct Instructor

U.S. West; Oklahoma History 

Laura A. Belmonte (Ph.D., 1996, University of Virginia)
Professor; Associate Dean for Instruction and Personnel - College of Arts and Sciences 
U.S. Foreign Relations; Transnational; Post-1945 U.S.  

Richard J. Boles(Ph.D., 2013, George Washington University)
Assistant Professor 
Colonial and Revolutionary America; Native American History; African American History; American Religious History

William S. Bryans (Ph.D., 1987, University of Wyoming)
Associate Professor
Public History; State and Local; American West

Joseph Byrnes (Ph.D., 1976, University of Chicago)
Emeritus Professor 
Modern European Intellectual; Modern France; Christianity

Thomas A. Carlson (Ph.D., 2012, Princeton University)
Assistant Professor
Middle East; Religion; Race and Ethnicity 

David D’Andrea (Ph.D., 1999, University of Virginia)
Early Modern Europe; Italy; Christianity

Yongtao Du (Ph.D., 2006, University of Illinois)
Associate Professor
East Asia

Jared Eberle (Ph.D., 2018, Oklahoma State University)

Adjunct Instructor
Native American History; US Since 1945  

Sarah Foss (Ph.D., 2018, Indiana University) 
Assistant Professor
Latin American History; Atlantic World 

Emily Graham (Ph.D., 2009, St. Andrews-Scotland)
Assistant Professor
Medieval Europe; Gender History; Religious History

Sarah Griswold (Ph.D., 2018, New York University) 
Assistant Professor 
Modern Europe; French Empire; Race, Religion & Ethnicity; Heritage and Museum Studies

James L. Huston (Ph.D., 1980, University of Illinois)
Regents Professor 
Civil War and Reconstruction; Political HIstory; Political Economy 

Holly Karibo (Ph.D., 2012, University of Toronto)
Assistant Professor
North American Borderlands; American Social and Cultural History; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Drug and Alcohol History

John Kinder (Ph.D., 2007, University of Minnesota)
Associate Professor 
American Studies; War and Society; Gender; Disability; Veterans; US 1877-Present 

Jason E. Lavery (Ph.D., 1997, Yale University)
Professor; Department Head 
Early Modern Europe; Germany; Scandinavia; Religious and Political History 

Michael F. Logan (Ph.D., 1994, University ofArizona)
Recent America; Urban; Environmental; American West

Ry Marcattilio-McCracken (Ph.D.,  2014, Oklahoma State University)
Adjunct Instructor
U.S. History; History of Science, Technology, and Medicine 

Douglas Miller (Ph.D., 2014, University of Oklahoma)
Assistant Professor; Director of Graduate Studies 
Native American History; Modern U.S. History; Mass Incarceration

Jennifer Murray (Ph.D., 2010, Auburn University)
Teaching Assistant Professor 
American Military History; Civil War 

Justin Prince (Ph.D., 2014, Oklahoma State University)
Adjunct Instructor
American Military History; 20th Century U.S. History; Modern European History

Lesley A. Rimmel (Ph.D.,1995, University of Pennsylvania)
Associate Professor
Russia; Soviet Union; Women’s 20th Century Europe; Central Asia; Political and Social Violence

Richard C. Rohrs (Ph.D., 1976, University of Nebraska)
Emeritus Professor 
American Early National; Jacksonian America; Historical Methods

Matthew Schauer (Ph.D., 2012, University of Pennsylvania)
Assistant Professor
Modern Europe (Modern Britain Focus); Global Empires (Modern Britain Focus); History of Anthropology

Tonia Sharlach (Ph.D., 1999, Harvard University)
Ancient Near East with emphasis on taxation, religion, and gender 

Michael M. Smith (Ph.D., 1971, Texas Christian University)
Emeritus Professor
Mexico; Latin America

William R. Smith (Ph.D., 2017, University of Notre Dame) 
Adjunct Instructor
Colonial America; American Religious History; Atlantic World; Epistolary Culture

Brandy Thomas Wells (Ph.D., 2015, The Ohio State Unviersity)
Assistant Professor 
United States History; African American History; Women and Gender 

Anna Zeide (Ph.D., 2014, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Clinical Assistant Professor; Undergraduate Advisor 
United States; Medicine, Environment, and Food; Science and Technology; Environmental and Health Justice