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|Zamora, Emilio||History||I specialize in Mexican American history, Texas History, and Oral History and mostly research and write on the history of Mexican-origin persons and communities in Texas. I am also engaged in several …|
|Wynn, Charters||History; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; Slavic and Eurasian Studies||Soviet political and labor history. Professor Wynn is currently working on a study of NEP Russia and the early Stalinist period tentatively titled, "From the Factory to the Kremlin: Mikhail …|
|Walker, Juliet||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; History||African American history; antebellum slavery; black business history and political economy; black intellectual history; African American women's history Professor Walker is presently engaged in …|
|Villalon, Andrew||History||History of Warfare, Medieval warfare, Medieval History, World War I, Spanish History|
|Vaughn, James||History||Professor Vaughn's main interests lie in the history of Britain and the history of the British Empire in the late seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. His current project examines …|
|Twinam, Ann||History; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Colonial Spanish America, 15-18th century Spain, the Hispanic imperial world. Current projects include a monograph entitled "Purchasing Whiteness: Unofficial and Official Passing in Colonial …|
|Tully, W||History||Early American history|
|Talbot, Cynthia||Asian Studies; History; Middle Eastern Studies; South Asia Institute||Social and cultural history of medieval and early modern India (ca. 1000-1750); historiography and historical memories, Hindu-Muslim relations.|
|Stoff, Michael||History||Dr. Stoff is the Director of the Plan II Honors Program. He teaches modern American history and is currently writing a book on the atomic bombing of Nagasaki.|
|Steinbock-Pratt, Sarah||Center for Asian American Studies; History||Modern United States history American empire and global expansion Race and gender in U.S. history Transnational history and the Pacific world Asian American history|