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Education: B.A. (Highest Honors), M.A., Clark University
Interests: American masculinity; gender and sexuality; slavery and abolition; history of psychology; educational history, policy, and reform; historical teaching methods
Education: B.S. Electrical Engineering (Summa Cum Laude), University of Southern California; M.S. Management, University of Maryland, University College; M.M.A.S. US Army Command and General Staff College
Interests: U.S. Diplomatic History in the Cold War Era; Vietnam War; History of National Security Policy; History of War; End of Empire.
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Education: MA (History), The University of Texas at Austin
Interests: 19th and 20th Century Sub-Saharan Africa, Africa and the Indian Ocean Realm, Global and Transnational History, History of Migration, History of Violence, Postcolonial Theory
Education: M.A. in History, University of Texas-Austin
Interests: My dissertation focuses on the history of aviation in Brazil, its cultural manifestations (airmindedness) and its impact on state building and frontier expansion. More broadly, I am interested in the transnational history of technology, the history of meteorologic sciences, and environmental history (especially water management in Brazil).
Education: M.A. Latin American Studies, California State University, San Diego, B.A. & B.S. California State University, Chico.
Interests: Colonial Latin American History, Family History, Women, Gender, Religion, Sexuality, Mexican-American history, the Spanish Colonial Borderlands (Texas/Louisiana/Northern Mexico regions).
Education: B.A. History and International Studies (First Class Honors), University of Nigeria
Interests: African History; Maternal Health and Reproduction; History of Medicine; Nigeria-Biafra War (History, Literature, and Representation); Peace and Conflict Studies; British Empire
Education: B.A. University of Notre Dame, J.D. University of Houston Law Center
Interests: 18th and 19th Century Southern history, particularly issues of slavery and freedom, gender, resistance, and maroon communities in the American South; issues concerning criminality, gender, and the legal system; constitutional history
Education: M.A., History, East Carolina University; B.A., History/Political Science, East Carolina University
Interests: African Diaspora, Mexico, Atlantic World, Texas Borderlands, Latin America, Slavery in Texas and Mexico, Politics
Education: B.A., Yale University
Interests: At UT, Heaney studies the history of archaeology and indigenous peoples in the Americas, particularly Peru, knowledge production in the Atlantic World, museum-building, race and nation-building, and grave-robbing, the world's second-oldest profession.
Education: M.A. in Anthropology, Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia)
Interests: I'm following the fantastic intercontinental debate around the "Latin" or "Hispanic" character of nineteenth-century America. After the revolutionary wave, more than scattered nations were in the making; a continent was also in construction. My dissertation tells this story, and the fundamental struggles about the past and the future that all of that entailed.
Education: M.A. (Middle East Studies: History), The University of Utah
Interests: Middle East; Modern Arab Intellectual History; Comparative Religion (Islamics, Jewish Studies); Economic History; Gender History; Globalization and Transnational History
Education: M.Phil. in Development Studies (Oxford University), B.A. in History (Stanford University)
Interests: Modern South Asia, British Colonialism, Decolonization, International Development, Cold War Philanthropy, Ethics of Aid, Population, Migration, Land Rights, Agricultural Science, Nutrition, Food Economy
Education: BA in History, BA in Political Sciences, Master in Balkan & Turkish History, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; MA in The History of Warfare, King's College London
Interests: Modern & Contemporary History of SE Europe & Turkey; history of warfare; mobilization; civil-military relations; mass politics; especially the study of war-related mass violence from a political and social perspective within a transnational and comparative framework.
Graduate Student, Ransom Center Film Curatorial Assistant
Education: M.S. in Information Science & M.A. in Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin
Interests: Book history, censorship, Spanish missions, cognitive mapping, museum studies, and exhibition design
Doctoral Candidate in History; Assistant Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Education: MA, Middle Eastern Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
Interests: Egypt in the Islamic period; development and urbanization in pre-modern and early modern Cairo; Mediterranean world systems; medical history; social studies education and curriculum development
Doctoral Student and Teaching Assistant
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Interests: Colonial and National Latin America; Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Mexico; Mexican Church-State Relations; Catholic Lived Religion; Priísta Mexico; Medieval, Early Modern, and Modern Europe; Antiquity (Greece, Rome, and the Near East); United States History; Religious Studies; International History, Politics, and Diplomacy.
Interests: British and Irish Economic History, the emergence of social, economic, and political modernity, empire, industrialization, and the Anthropocene.