Department of History
 

  Faculty Member Contact Research Areas
Judith AllenJudith Allen
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 811
(812) 855-0037
Comparative 19th- and 20th-century feminism; Gender sexuality; Gender studies
John BodnarJohn Bodnar
Distinguished and Chancellor's Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 722
(812) 855-4491
Modern U.S. history, social and cultural
Maria BucurMaria Bucur
John W. Hill Chair of European History
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 719
(812) 855-1993
Gender; Culture; War and memory; Eastern Europe
Claude CleggClaude Clegg
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 824
(812) 855-3929
The African Diaspora of the Atlantic world; Social movements; African Americans in the U.S. South
Nick CullatherNick Cullather
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 728
(812) 855-1602
Diplomatic history; Modernization theory; U.S.-Asian relations ; Intelligence
Deborah Mauskopf DeliyannisDeborah Mauskopf Deliyannis
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 735
(812) 855-3431
Late antique and early medieval Europe; Medieval historiography; Urban change in Late Antiquity; Material culture and archaeology
Arlene DiazArlene Diaz
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 817
(812) 855-2195
18th to 20th century Venezuela and Caribbean; Latin American social and gender history
Konstantin DierksKonstantin Dierks
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 734
(812) 855-6288
Early America / Atlantic World / British Empire; Geography; Globalization; Communications and Knowledge
Michael S. DodsonMichael S. Dodson
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 726
(812) 855-6286
South Asian intellectual and cultural history; British imperial history; postcolonial theory
Ben EklofBen Eklof
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 831
(812) 855-6298
Modern (Imperial, Soviet post-Soviet) Russia; Education, politics and policy making in Russia; Russian daily life; Russian peasantry
Wendy GamberWendy Gamber
Byrnes Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 819
(812) 855-5876
Nineteenth-century United States (social and cultural aspects); Women and gender
Jeffrey L. GouldJeffrey L. Gould
Rudy Professor
Ballantine 829
(812) 855-6934
Central America: social movements, ethnic relations
Michael GrossbergMichael Grossberg
Sally M. Reahard Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 721, BH 132, SY 337
(812) 855-3882
American legal history; History of children and the family; History of American social policy
Peter GuardinoPeter Guardino
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 833
(812) 855-6108
Mexico; Latin America; political culture
John HansonJohn Hanson
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 731
(812) 855-5212
Africa; Religion; Intellectual and cultural
Ke-Chin HsiaKe-Chin Hsia
Visiting Assistant Professor
BH 835
Modern East Central Europe; The First World War; Welfare State; Democratization and Bureaucracy; Nationalism in multinational Empire; Disability
Carl IpsenCarl Ipsen
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 727
(812) 855-8976
Italy: fascism, population, children
Daniel JamesDaniel James
Mendel Chair
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 825
(812) 855-6321
Latin American social, cultural and labor history
Padraic KenneyPadraic Kenney
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 716
(812) 855-1923
Poland; eastern Europe; communism and social movements
Jessie KindigJessie Kindig
Visiting Assistant Professor
1215 E. Atwater Avenue
U.S. in the world; Race and ethnic studies; Gender and sexuality; Cultural and political history; Social movements
Sarah KnottSarah Knott
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 710
(812) 856-0092
Early America; Women, gender, feminism; Revolutionary Atlantic world
Lara KriegelLara Kriegel
Associate Professor
BH 709
855-6290
Hiroaki KuromiyaHiroaki Kuromiya
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 717
(812)-855-4150
Modern Eurasia
Jacob LeeJacob Lee
Visiting Assistant Professor
BH 714
Early America; Native North America; Borderlands; Colonialism; Environmental history
Alex LichtensteinAlex Lichtenstein
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall 816
812-855-7504
U.S. labor history; South African history; Civil Rights; Communism and Anticommunism; U.S. South
Edward LinenthalEdward Linenthal
Professor
JAH, 1215 E. Atwater
(812) 855-0335
Public history; War, genocide, and memory; American religious history; Holocaust studies
Pedro MachadoPedro Machado
Assistant Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 832
(812) 855-1320
early modern/modern; social, cultural and economic; slavery/material culture; merchant networks
Krista MaglenKrista Maglen
Assistant Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 808
(812) 855-4051
Modern; History of Medicine; Immigration; Animal Studies
Michael McGerrMichael McGerr
Paul V. McNutt Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 830
(812) 855-6113
Modern American history; American political, cultural, and social history
Jason McGrawJason McGraw
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 736
(812)-855-5106
Latin America and Caribbean; slavery/emancipation/race; popular culture
Marissa J. MoormanMarissa J. Moorman
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 725
(812) 855-5384
Popular cultural practices and politics; Gender, sexuality, Africa and nation
Michelle R. MoydMichelle R. Moyd
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 720
(812) 856-4787
East Africa, colonial, cultural and military; Militaries and labor; Labor history; Violence; Gender, war, and militarization; Comparative and "entangled" histories
Amrita Chakrabarti MyersAmrita Chakrabarti Myers
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 733
(812) 855-2030
Black women; African American history; 19th-century U.S.; The old South; Social history; Race, gender, sexuality and violence; Freedom and citizenship
John Nieto-PhillipsJohn Nieto-Phillips
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 818, Sycamore Hall, Rm. 043
(812) 855-8589
U.S. Latina/o history; Race and citizenship; Latin America and Caribbean
Scott O'BryanScott O'Bryan
Associate Professor
Goodbody Hall, Rm. 332, Ballantine Hall, Rm. 737
(812) 855 2454
Intellectual history of poltical-economics; Cultural, intellectual, and environmental history of modern Japan
Roberta PergherRoberta Pergher
Assistant Professor
BH 724
812-855-4151
Modern Europe with an emphasis on Italy and Germany; Fascism; Imperialism; Migration and settlement; Borderlands; Comparative and transnational history
Eric RobinsonEric Robinson
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 730
(812) 855-1745
Archaic and Classical Greece; Democracy; Political and military history
Julia RoosJulia Roos
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 715
(812) 855-1682
Modern Europe and Germany; Women and gender; Sexuality; Social, political, and cultural history; Propaganda
Mark RosemanMark Roseman
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 732
(812) 855-8325
History of the Holocaust; 20th-century German history; European post-1945 reconstruction; Comparative history, including German-Japanese comparisons
Kaya SahinKaya Sahin
Assistant Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 814
812-856-0309
The institutional and ideological foundations of the Ottoman imperial praxis; Comparative studies of early modern Eurasian empires; Ottoman and modern Turkish historiography; The Ottoman-Safavid rivalry; Inter-cultural and inter-religious exchanges in early modern Eurasia
Eric SandweissEric Sandweiss
Professor and Carmony Chair
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 822
(812) 855-0210
Cultural landscape studies; Urban history; Architecture; Public history and museums; Visual culture; American popular music; Indiana
Jonathan SchlesingerJonathan Schlesinger
Assistant Professor
BH 835
812-855-6882
China and Inner Asia; Environmental history; Early modern empires; Race and ethnicity; Commodities and consumption
Robert A. SchneiderRobert A. Schneider
Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 808
(812) 855-7438 (Ballantine), (812) 855-0027 (AHR)
Early Modern Europe; Ancien Régime France; Cultural history
Micol SeigelMicol Seigel
Associate Professor
Memorial East M31
812-855-6327
Leah ShopkowLeah Shopkow
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 718
(812) 855-1938
Medieval intellectual and cultural history; Historiography; History Pedagogy
Christina SnyderChristina Snyder
Thomas Milton Miller and Kathryn Owens Miller Professor of History
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 828
(812) 855-2287
Native American; Early American; American South; Slavery and Race
Rebecca SpangRebecca Spang
Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 711
(812) 855-2437
Cultural history and social/economic theory; Modern Europe; France, 1715-present
Dror WahrmanDror Wahrman
Ruth N. Halls Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 714
(812) 855-1534
Britain; Cultural history; Gender and sexuality; Eighteenth century; jewish Studies
Fei Hsien WangFei Hsien Wang
Assistant Professor
BH 834
Jakobi WilliamsJakobi Williams
Associate Professor
Memorial Hall, Rm M31
812-855-3903
African American History; 20th Century United States History; Black Panther Party; Black Power/Civil rights movement
Ellen WuEllen Wu
Associate Professor
BH 826
(812)-855-6344
20th Century United States History; Asian American History; Race and Ethnicity; Citizenship; Migration; Chinese diaspora
Mirjam ZadoffMirjam Zadoff
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 827
Cultural and Intellectual; Love and Courtship; Migration; Non-Jewish Jews; Biographical Research; History of Space
Noam ZadoffNoam Zadoff
Assistant Professor
BH 708
Intellectual and Cultural History of the State of Israel; Zionism and Zionist Thought; Life and Work of Gershom Scholem; Environmental History and History of Emotions; Post-War European History

Adjunct Faculty

  Faculty Member Contact Research Areas
Stephen AndrewsStephen Andrews
Adjunct Assistant Professor
1215 Atwater Avenue
(812) 855-3980
19th century U.S. social and intellectual; literature and popular culture; religion
Christopher P. AtwoodChristopher P. Atwood
Adjunct Associate Professor
Goodbody Hall 157
(812)855-2233
Historiography of Mongol empire and post-imperial Mongols, Inner Mongolian nationalism, social history of Central Eurasian nomads
Cynthia J. BannonCynthia J. Bannon
Adjunct Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 554
(812) 855-6651
Roman Law; Roman History; Latin Prose
Keith BartonKeith Barton

Domenico Bertoloni MeliDomenico Bertoloni Meli
GB 130
855-8746
History of science and medicine from the Renaissance to the early 19th century
Purnima BosePurnima Bose
Adjunct Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 431
(812) 855-5334
Post-colonial studies; Indian and Irish nationalism; Indian diaspora; globalization
Gardner BovingdonGardner Bovingdon
Adjunct Associate Professor
GB 344
856-0230
Brett BowlesBrett Bowles
Adjunct Associate Professor
BH 642
812-855-7438
James CapshewJames Capshew
Adjunct Associate Professor
Goodbody Hall, Rm. 125
(812) 855-3655
History of American science and learning; Psychology in conceptual, social, and institutional context; History and culture of Indiana University; Biography of Herman B Wells
Matthew ChristMatthew Christ
Adjunct Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 548
(812) 855-6651
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 548 (812) 855-6651 Athenian Legal and Social History; Greek Historiography; Greek Rhetoric and Oratory
Lessie Jo FrazierLessie Jo Frazier
Adjunct Associate Professor
Memorial Hall West, Rm M08
(812) 856-0402
Latin America; Political culture; Gender and sexuality
Constance FureyConstance Furey
Adjunct Associate Professor
Sycamore Hall, Rm. 227
(812) 855-6678
Christianity in the Renaissance and Reformation; Friendship and community formation; Devotional poetry; Gender, religion, and subjectivity
Luis GonzalezLuis Gonzalez
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Library, Rm. E660
(812) 855-7416
Brazil; Latin American social, legal, agrarian history; Library research methods
Sarah ImhoffSarah Imhoff
Adjunct Assistant Professor
SY 223
American Jewish History: Gender and Judaism; Jews and Race; American Religions; Feminist and Queer Theory and Religion
Colin JohnsonColin Johnson
Adjunct Associate Professor
Memorial Hall West, Mezzanine 10
(812) 855-6702
19th- and 20th-Century U.S. Social and Cultural History; LGBTQ History/History of Gender and Sexuality; Rural Social and Cultural History; History of Agriculture and the Environment
Edward LazzeriniEdward Lazzerini
Adjunct Professor
Goodbody Hall, Rm. 348
(812) 856-0671
Eurasian commentary traditions; intellectual developments within Turkic communities of Central Eurasia, 18th-20th centuries; Comparative study of early modern empires (Russian, Chinese, Ottoman, and Spanish)
Tim LovelaceTim Lovelace
Adjunct Assistant Professor
School of Law 243
856-4984
Kevin W. MartinKevin W. Martin
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Goodbody Hall 241
(812) 856-6861
Cultural history of the modern Middle East, 20th-century history of the Arab East (Syria, Lebanon, Iraq), collective identities, popular media
Eden MedinaEden Medina
Adjunct Associate Professor
Informatics West, Room 305
(812) 856-1871
History of Technology ; Science and Technology studies (STS); Modern Latin American history; Technology and Human Rights
Ajay MehrotraAjay Mehrotra
Adjunct Professor
Law School, Rm. 261
(812) 855-7443
U.S. legal, political, economic history
Patrick MichelsonPatrick Michelson
Adjunct Assistant Professor
SY 230
855-3532
Jason MokhtarianJason Mokhtarian
SY 334
Kathleen MyersKathleen Myers
Adjunct Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 804
(812) 855-9194
Colonial Spanish American literature; 16th- and 17th-century Hispanic women writers
William NewmanWilliam Newman
Adjunct Professor
Goodbody Hall, Rm. 109
(812) 855-3071
Europe and America; Medieval and early modern science; History and philosophy of science
Toivo RaunToivo Raun
Adjunct Professor
Goodbody Hall, Rm. 234
(812) 855-4907
Baltic and Finnish history
Michael RobinsonMichael Robinson
Adjunct Professor
Goodbody Hall, Rm. 227
(812) 855-3635
Intellectual history of modern Korea and Japan; Colonialism; Popular culture; Nationalism
Richard RubingerRichard Rubinger
Adjunct Professor
Goodbody Hall, Rm. 345
(812) 855-4407
Tokugawa and Meiji Japan social; Japanese education and literacy; Western science in 19th-century Japan: East Asian Languages and Cultures
Ron SelaRon Sela
Adjunct Associate Professor
Goodbody Hall, Rm. 141
(812) 856-7017
History and historiography of Islamic Central Asia, 16th-20th c.; Central Asia's Role in the History of the Muslim World; Apocryphal Traditions in Central Asia and the Middle East; Turkic and Iranian Identities in Central Asia
Carl WeinbergCarl Weinberg
Adjunct Associate Professor
Ballantine Hall, Rm. 306
812-856-5111
Modern social and political history; Antievolutionism; Labor history; Social movements; History and philosophy of science; The meat industry
David ZaretDavid Zaret
Adjunct Professor
Ballantine Hall, 842A
(812) 855-3430
Comparative-Historical Sociology; Early-Modern Britain