Full-Time Faculty Members
AL-QATTAN, Najwa (PhD, Harvard; assoc. prof.) Middle East, Ottoman Empire, Syria, Palestine/Israel, Islamic Law, minorities. firstname.lastname@example.org
ANZILOTTI, Cara (PhD, California, Santa Barbara; assoc. prof. and Chair ) Colonial America, American Women, gender, women and reform. email@example.com
BITTEL, Carla (PhD, Cornell; assoc. prof.) nineteenth-century United States, Health and Medicine, Science and Technology, Civil War and Reconstruction, Women's and gender history, Childhood. firstname.lastname@example.org See Dr. Bittel's website
BLACKMAN, Dexter (PhD, Georgia State; asst. prof.) African-American history, 20th Century and Contemporary American history, U.S. Sports history. email@example.com
CHEN, Constance J. S. (PhD, UCLA; assoc. prof.) Asian Pacific American history, comparative race and gender, the politics of art, and transnational exchanges. firstname.lastname@example.org
DEVEREUX, Andrew W. (PhD, Johns Hopkins; asst. prof.) Medieval Europe, early modern Spain, Mediterranean World. email@example.com
DRUMMOND, Elizabeth A. (PhD, Georgetown; asst. prof.) modern Germany, modern Poland, women and gender, European Nationalisms, imperialism. firstname.lastname@example.org
JOK, Jok M. (PhD, UCLA; prof.) sub-Saharan Africa, Sudan, women's health. email@example.com
MCDONALD, Kevin P. (PhD,University, Santa Cruz; asst prof.) Colonial America/U.S., Atlantic World, World History. firstname.lastname@example.org
OCHOA, Margarita R. (PhD,UNM; asst prof.) Latin America, Colonial Mexico, Ethnohistory, Urban Indians, Women and Gender, Nahuatl. email@example.com
PERRON, Anthony M. (PhD, Chicago; assoc. prof.) medieval Europe, canon law, premodern world history, Scandinavia. firstname.lastname@example.org
RAAB, Nigel A. (PhD, Columbia; assoc. prof.) nineteenth-century Russia, urban history and public service, global encounters. email@example.com
ROSENTHAL, Nicolas G. (PhD, UCLA; asst. prof.) History of the American West, and Los Angeles: History of American Indians. firstname.lastname@example.org. See Dr. Rosenthal's website
TRITLE, Lawrence A. (PhD, Chicago; prof.) ancient Greece, republican and imperial Rome, war and violence in the ancient world. email@example.com
YOON, Sun-Hee (PhD, University Washington; asst. prof.) premodern Korea, imperial China, east Asia. firstname.lastname@example.org
ZELEZA, Paul T. (PhD, Dalhousie, Canada; prof.) economic history of Africa, international relations.
Adjunct Faculty Members
BYRNE, David (PhD, Claremont; lect.) history of science, European intellectual history, world history.
CHRISSANTHOS, Stefan C. (PhD, Southern California; lect.) ancient Rome, the Roman army.
COHEN, JULIE (PhD, UC Irvine; lect.) 19 and 20th century, US Social & Cultureal History, Women/Gender and Race, Youth Culture, the U.S. West/Borderlands.
COLE, Lauren E. (PhD cand, University of California, San Diego; lect.) Asian-American History, History of Hawaii.
GLEASON, Tiffany (PhD cand. University of California, Los Angeles; visiting professor.) African history.
MAYNC, Tania (PhD, Chicago; lect.) twentieth-century Europe, modern Germany, world history.
NEWMAN, Daniel (PhD cand. UCLA; lect) Soviet legal history, Soviet courts of appeals from 1931-1929.
PINTAR, Laurie (PhD, Southern California; adj. prof.) U.S. social, labor relations movie industry, women in American history.
SHERIDAN, David (PhD, Southern California; lect.) Modern Britain, British Empire, history of music.
SPIKES, Courtney (PhD Cand. UC Los Angeles; visiting prof.) Early Modern France, Modern France.
Professor in Residence
BUCKLEY, Thomas E., S.J. (PhD,Ret.) Colonial America. email@example.com
Retired Emeritus Faculty Members
GREVER, John H. (PhD, UCLA; prof. emeritus) early modern Europe, France, Dutch republic. firstname.lastname@example.org
MAHAN, Terrance L., S.J. (PhD, Wisconsin, Madison; prof. emeritus) colonial America.
ROLFS, Richard W., S.J. (PhD, California, Santa Barbara; prof. emeritus) modern Germany, the German bishops and the Nazi-regime.
TIEDEMANN, Joseph S. (PhD, Grad. Center, CUNY; prof.) early America, history of New York.
Nondepartmental Historians in Residence
FIREMAN, Janet (PhD, New Mexico) American Southwest; editor of the journal, California History.