History Experts

Marcus Adams
Philosophy
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: History, Philosophy, Politics of 17th century England, Scientific Revolution, Ethics in medical triage, Organ transplantation and informed consent
Sheila Curran Bernard
History
Associate Professor & Director of the Public History Program
Areas of expertise: Film storytelling, Creative nonfiction, History and media, Narrative, Public history, Documentary
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History
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: 20th century politics and public policy in the U.S, History of refugees and immigrants in the U.S, History of the U.S. and human rights, History of American foreign policy
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East Asian Studies
Associate Professor of Chinese Studies
Areas of expertise: China, Chinese culture, Chinese history, Confucianism
Richard Fogarty
History
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: Europe, France, Imperialism, War, Race and racism, National identity, World War I
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History
SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor & Collins Fellow
Areas of expertise: Temperance movement, Crime and trials, Civil liberties
David Hochfelder
History
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: History of the U.S, Business and technology, Public history, History of information technology, History of the telegraph, Thomas Edison, Electric power, Savings and investment
Ryan M. Irwin
History
Associate Professor & Director of the Institute for History and Public Engagement
Areas of expertise: American foreign relations, Globalization , international organizations, decolonization
Julia Jennings
Anthropology
Assistant Professor
Areas of expertise: Human demography, Household ecology, 19th century Europe, Historical population change
Nadieszda Kizenko
History
Professor & Religious Studies Program Director
Areas of expertise: Russia, Ukraine, Orthodox Christianity, Russian Orthodoxy, Eastern Orthodox, Christianity, Confession, Religion in Russian culture
Marilyn Masson
Anthropology
Professor and Chair
Areas of expertise: Archaeology of eastern North America, Mexico, Pre-Columbian Maya Civilization, Ancient Urban Life and Landscapes, Pre-Modern Political Economy, Household Archaeology, Ethnohistory and Archaeology, Historical Anthropology, Zooarchaeology, Stone Tool Analysis
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Music & Theatre, Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: European and American music since 1800, Music and popular culture, Film music and feminist theory
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Political Science, Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy
Interim Dean, Professor, and Collins Fellow
Areas of expertise: Supreme Court, Political development, Public Law, Law and race, Law and gender
Christopher Pastore
History
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: European and Native American history, Social and human dimensions of environmental change, Colonial history
Sean Rafferty
Anthropology
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: Ancient tobacco, Shamanism, Native American smoking pipes, Archaeology of eastern North America, Archaeology of New York State, Cultural resource management
Nancy Roberts
Communication
Professor
Areas of expertise: History of journalism and communication, Literary journalism, Media and society, War and the media
John F. Schwaller
History
Professor Emeritus
Areas of expertise: Catholic Church, Colonial Latin America, Aztec culture, Aztec language
Kendra Smith-Howard
History
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: Environmental history, Twentieth-century US history, History of consumer culture and politics, History of technology, History of public health, Agriculture and rural life
Dr. Marcia Sutherland
Africana Studies, Psychology
Associate Professor, Chair of Africana Studies
Areas of expertise: Social and psychological development of black children, inclusiveness of education, transracial adoption, HIV/AIDS and people of African descent, enslavement and colonial experiences of people of African descent, black studies, mock jury trials, nonverbal behavior of people of African descent
Dr. Oscar Williams
Africana Studies
Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: African American history and literature, American slavery, black nationalism, black conservatism, slavery in New York