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Robert G. Barrows
Professor Emeritus of History; IU Graduate School Faculty (Full status)

Email: rbarrows@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA - 504M


Robert Barrows History rbarrows@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of History; IU Graduate School Faculty (Full status) B.A. Muskingum College 1968
M.A. Indiana University 1972
Ph.D. Indiana University 1977
Indiana/Indianapolis history, late nineteenth and early twentieth-century U.S. history, American urban history, social reform efforts in Indiana during the Progressive era and the Great Depression (currently focusing on New Deal public housing projects in Indiana) Hoosier Historian Award from the Indiana Historical Society (2003); Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award (2006) History Department chair (2006-2012); departmental Director of Graduate Studies (1995-2005); member, Indiana Association of Historians; chair, Best Article Prize Committee, Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (SHGAPE) (2000-2002); elected to a three-year term on the SHGAPE Council(2010-2013). Albion Fellows Bacon: Indiana's Municipal Housekeeper (Indiana University Press, 2000)

Co-editor Encyclopedia of Indianapolis (Indiana University Press 1994)

Articles in Journal of Urban History, Indiana Magazine of History, Ohio Valley History, and Mid-America

Three book chapters: "Urbanizing America" in The Gilded Age: Essays on the Origins of Modern America(Scholarly Resources 1996); "Skyscrapers Among the Cornfields: Cities and Urbanization in Indiana History" in The State of Indiana History (Indiana Historical Society, 2001); and "Albion Fellows Bacon: Indiana's Frenzied Philanthropist" in The Human Tradition in Urban America (Scholarly Resources 2002).

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David J. Bodenhamer
Professor of History
Executive Director of The Polis Center
Adjunct Professor of Informatics

Phone: (317)274-2455
Email: intu100@iupui.edu
Campus Address: 1200 Waterway B


David Bodenhamer The Polis Center, History (317)274-2455 intu100@iupui.edu Professor of History
Executive Director of The Polis Center
Adjunct Professor of Informatics
B.A. Carson-Newman College 1969
M.A. University of Alabama 1970
Ph.D. Indiana University 1977
Anglo-American legal and constitutional history, history of criminal justice and criminal law, nineteenth-century United States, and urban studies International Fellow, Queens Univesity of Belfast, 2004-2005 Articles and books including Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives,The Revolutionary Constitution, The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship, Our Rights, The Bill of Rights in Modern America, Fair Trial: Rights of the Accused in American History, The History of Indiana Law, Encyclopdia of Indianapolis 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
James D Conway
Visiting Assistant Professor of History

Phone: (317)278-1821
Email: conwayjd@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503P


James Conway History (317)278-1821 conwayjd@iupui.edu Visiting Assistant Professor of History B.A. University of Central Arkansas, 2003
M.A. University of Memphis, 2007
Ph.D. University of Memphis, 2015
African American History, Civil Rights Movement, Black Power Movement, Twentieth-Century U.S. History, Local history H355 African American History I
H511 Special Topics in U.S. History (The Civil Rights Movement)
H109 Perspectives On The World 1800 To Present
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Sheila M. Cooper
Assistant Professor of History and
Associate Dean of the University Graduate School

Email: smcoope@iupui.edu


Sheila Cooper Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired smcoope@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of History and
Associate Dean of the University Graduate School
B.A. College of Wooster 1957
M.A. University of Wisconsin 1967
Ph.D. Indiana University 1985
Danforth Fellow, an SSRC West European Doctoral Fellow, and a John Edwards Fellow
Chapters in The Handbook of Marriage and the Family (Plenum, New York, January 1999); and articles on women, intergenerational mobility, and methodology 1 0 0 1 0 HIST
Kevin Cramer
Associate Professor of History
Fellow, Max Kade German-American Center;

Phone: (317)278-7744
Email: kcramer@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA-503M


Kevin Cramer Max Kade German-American Center, History (317)278-7744 kcramer@iupui.edu Associate Professor of History
Fellow, Max Kade German-American Center;
B.A. The City College of New York 1989
M.A. Harvard University 1990
Ph.D. Harvard University 1998
Modern Germany and Europe, cultural and intellectual history, historiography, religion, nationalism, and the cultural and intellectual history of war. Krupp Foundation Research Fellowship in European Studies-Harvard University 1994-95; Research Associate-Center for European Studies, Harvard University 1996-98; OPD Grant-in-Aid for Research, Summer Research Fellowship, Summer Research and Creativity Grant, 2001. Acting Director of Graduate Studies, History Department (2006-2007) The Thirty Years' War and German Memory in the Nineteenth Century (University of Nebraska Press, 2007); "Religious Conflict as History" in Religion und Nation (Wallstein, 2004); "The Cult of Gustavus Adolphus" in Protestants, Catholics, and Jews in Germany (Berg, 2001); "A World of Enemies: New Perspectives on German Military Culture" Central European History (June 2006) 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
Kenneth E. Cutler
Associate Professor Emeritus of History

Email: kcutler@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503Q


Kenneth Cutler Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired kcutler@iupui.edu Associate Professor Emeritus of History B.A. Wabash College 1960
M.A. Indiana University 1961
Ph.D. Indiana University 1965
Ancient Rome and medieval Europe (especially medieval Scandinavia) Learning resources grant to develop teaching materials in medieval European history Articles in Albion, Annuale Mediaevale, British Heritage and Mediaeval Studies 1 0 0 1 0 HIST
Ch. Didier Gondola
Chair History Department, Professor of History; Africana Studies

Phone: (317)274-8160
Email: gondola@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503R


Ch. Gondola Africana Studies, History (317)274-8160 gondola@iupui.edu Chair History Department, Professor of History; Africana Studies B.A. Université Paris I 1987
M.A. Université Paris VII 1988
M.B.A. Université Paris VII 1990
Ph.D. Université Paris VII 1993
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Colonial Africa, African Diaspora, popular culture, gender and urban issues in west and central Africa.
World history surveys and upper-division courses in African history. 2015-2016 Recipient of a Senior Fellowship from the Collegium of Lyon, France 2011-2012 Recipient of a European Institute for Advanced Studies (Eurias) Senior Fellowship and resident at the Nantes Institut d’Etudes Avancées, October 2011-June 2012 2010 Recipient, International Development Fund from the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. 2008-2009 Recipient of the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State (Research conducted in the Democratic Republic of the Congo) 2006 recipient of the New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities Grant, Indiana University Office of the Vice President for Research. Member of the IUPUI African and African American Studies Committee. Member of Central African Studies Association Member of the editorial board of Outre-Mers (Belgium) author, Villes miroirs: migrations et identités urbaines á Brazzaville et Kinshasa, 1930-1970 (Mirror Cities: Migrations andUrban Identities in Brassaville and Kinshasa) (Paris: l'Harmattan, 1997); The History of Congo (Greenwood Press, 2002); Africanisme: La crise d’une illusion (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2007); Frenchness and the African Diaspora: Identity and Uprisng in Contemporary France, co-edited with Peter J. Bloom and Charles Tshimanga, (Bloomington, Indianapolis: Indiana University Press 2009); Tropical Cowboys: Westerns, Violence, and Masculinity in Kinshasa (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2016); and numerous journal articles and book chapters. 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
Ralph D. Gray
Professor Emeritus of History



Ralph Gray Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired Professor Emeritus of History B.A. Hanover College 1955
M.A. University of Delaware 1958
Ph.D. University of Illinois 1962
American history, early nineteenth century transportation history, Indiana history, and history of IUPUI Fulbright Scholar to the United Kingdom 1955,
Dickerson Prize, University of Illinois 1967,
School of Liberal Arts Distinguished Faculty Award 1978,
Thomas McKean Cup, Antique Automobile Club of America 1979,
Honorary Trustee of the Indiana Historical Society (also serving as Trusttee1988-97),
and W.George Pinnell Award for Outstanding Service 1990
Founding Editor of the Journal of the Early Republic, 1981-94 The National Waterway: A History of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, 1769-1965 [1985] (University of Illinois Press 1967,2nd edition 1989);
Stellite: A History of the Haynes Stellite Company, 1912-1972, (Cabot Corporation 1974);
(editor) Gentlemen from Indiana: National Party Candidates, 1840-1940 (Indiana Historical Bureau 1977);
Alloys and Automobiles: The Life of Elwood Haynes(Indiana Historical Society 1979);
(editor) The Hoosier State: Readings in Indiana History 2 vols. (Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. 1980);
Indiana's Favorite Sons, 1836-1940 (Indiana Historical Society 1988);
(co-editor) New Perspectives on The Early Republic(University of Illinois Press 1994);
(editor) Indiana History: A Book of Readings (Indiana University Press 1994);
and Public Ports for Indiana: A History of the Indiana Port Commission(Indiana Historical Bureau and Indiana Port Commission 1998)
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Jennifer Guiliano
Assistant Professor, Department of History Adjunct Affiliated Faculty, American Indian Programs Adjunct Affiliated Faculty, American Studies

Phone: (317)274-8560
Email: guiliano@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA-503A


Jennifer Guiliano History (317)274-8560 guiliano@iupui.edu Assistant Professor, Department of History Adjunct Affiliated Faculty, American Indian Programs Adjunct Affiliated Faculty, American Studies Bachelors of Arts, History and Literature, Miami University, Oxford, OH, September 1997 to December 2000 Masters of Arts, American History, Miami University, Oxford, OH, September 2000 to May 2002 Masters of Arts, American History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, August 2002 to December 2004 Doctor of Philosohy, History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, August 2002 to January 2010 19th and 20th century American Cultural and Racial History; Digital Technologies; Native American Mascotry; American Sports; Historical Methodology Fall 2014: History 106: American History II Spring 2015: History 207/AIS 207: Introduction to Native American History History 547: Introduction to Digital Public History Fall 2015: History 421/511: Sport in the United States History 650: Colloquium in US History Spring 2016: History 109: Perspectives in Global History Since 1800 History 207/AIS 207: Introduction to Native American History Fall 2016: History 106: American History II (Online) Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Multicultural Teaching, IUPUI (2017) Next Generation 2.0 Leadership Fellow, 2016-2017 Early Career Teaching Academy Fellow, 2015-2016 National Endowment for the Humanities Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Primary Investigator: "Digital Native American and Indigenous Studies" Grant for Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Award Amount: $249,817. Awarded: July 2015. National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant Sub-Award Co-Primary Investigator: “Transforming the Afro-Caribbean World” Grant for the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. Award Amount: $28,961. Awarded: March 2014. AWS in Education Research Grant Award: "Making the Digital Humanities More Open" for the BrailleSC.org and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. Award Amount: $5,000. Awarded January 2014. National Endowment for the Humanities Collaborative Research Senior Personnel: "O Say Can You See": Early D.C. Law and Family Project for the University of Lincoln and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. Award Amount: $200,000. Awarded: July 2013. http://spacely.unl.edu/cocoon/dccourts/ National Endowment for the Humanities Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Primary Investigator: "Building an Accessible Future for the Humanities" Grant for the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. Award Amount: $249,302. Awarded: July 2013. http://www.accessiblefuture.org/ National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant Sub-Award Primary Investigator: “Making the Digital Humanities More Open: BrailleSC.org” Grant for the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. Award Amount: $45,959. Awarded: March 2012 http://mith.umd.edu/research/project/braillesc/ and http://wordpress.org/plugins/braille/ National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant Primary Investigator: “Topic Modeling for Humanities Research” Grant for the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. Award Amount: $24,807. Awarded: March 2012. http://mith.umd.edu/community/dh-events/event/topic-modeling/ and https://github.com/jenguiliano/topic-modeling National Endowment for the Humanities Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Primary Investigator: “Humanities High Performance Computing Collaboratory” Grant for the Center for Digital Humanities. Award Amount: $249,588.00. Awarded: September 2011. http://www.dhhpc.org/ National Science Foundation Grant Co-Primary Investigator with Dr. Peter Bajcsy (NCSA) and Dr. Kevin Hamilton (University of Illinois) for “Workshop: Cross-Disciplinary Investigations in Imaging and Image Analyses”. Award Amount: $50,000. Awarded: 2010. Service Activities: Committees and Advisory Boards Advisory Board Member, Colony in Crisis: The Saint-Domingue Grain Dispute of 1789. Colony in Crisis is a free, online curated and translated collection of French language pamphlets documenting the dispute of 1789. https://colonyincrisis.wordpress.com/ Advisory Board Member, The American Yawp Project. The American Yawp offers a free and online, collaboratively built American history textbook designed for college-level history courses. http://www.americanyawp.com/ Digital Humanities Summer Institute, International Advisory Board. April 2013 to the present. http://www.dhsi.org Association of Computing in the Humanities Executive Council Member, 2013-2016. http://www.ach.org/ Advisory Board Member, High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship (HiPSTAS) Project. An NEH-funded Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin and the Illinois Informatics Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Fall 2013 to present. http://blogs.ischool.utexas.edu/hipstas/ Advisory Board Member, the Center for the History of the New Americas, College of Arts and Humanities, Department of History, University of Maryland, Spring 2012 to Present. http://www.newamerica.umd.edu/ Advisory Board Member, The Simms Initiatives of the University of South Carolina, Fall 2011 to Fall 2013. http://simms.library.sc.edu/ Service Activities: Conferences Planning Committee Member, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association 2015. National conference on Native American and Indigenous Studies. http://naisa.org/ Executive Committee Member, Personal Digital Archiving 2013, February 21-22, 2013. National conference on personal archiving and digital methodologies. http://mith.umd.edu/pda2013/ Organizing Committee, Imaging without Boundaries, October 14-15, 2010. Conference exploring the science, technology, and applications of imaging and visualization. http://www.imaging.beckman.illinois.edu/imaging2010/ Co-Chair, Humanities, Arts, Science, Technology Advanced Collaboratory 2010 Conference, April 15-17, 2010. Conference includes international keynote events, young scholars intiative, disciplinary pedagogy forums, and the “Grand Challenges and Global Innovations Competition.” http://ichass.illinois.edu/hastac2010/HASTAC_2010/Welcome.html Lead Planner, Humanities, Arts, Science, Technology Advanced Collaboratory III: Extended Workshops, April 22-23, 2009. Workshops include Visualization, Software Environment for Advancement of Scholarly Research (www.seasr.org), and the Imaging and Image Analyses Workshop. http://www.chass.uiuc.edu/Index/Entries/2009/3/27_HASTAC_III__Traversing_Digital_Boundaries.html Executive Planning Committee, Humanities, Arts, Science, Technology Advanced Collaboratory III (HASTAC: www.hastac.org), April 19-21, 2009. Publications: Forthcoming Books Indian Spectacle: College Mascots and the Anxiety of Modern America (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, Spring 2015.) Getting Started in the Digital Humanities (Boston: John Wiley and Sons Press, under contract.) Co-authored with Simon Appleford, Clemson University. Publications: Peer-Reviewed Articles “Digging into Data Using New Collaborative Infrastructures Supporting Humanities-based Computer Science Research.” First Monday 16 (5): May 2, 2011. Co-Authored with Michael Simeone, Rob Kooper, and Peter Bajcsy. Available from: http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/3372/2950 Publications: Special Issues and Invited Publications "Making the Digital Humanities More Open" Poster. In the Journal of Digital Humanities 3:1 (April 2014) Special Issue on Digital Humanities 2013. http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/3-1/ "The Fascination and Frustration with Native American Mascots." In Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, eds., Color Lines and Racial Angles (New York: W.W. Norton & Co.). Published online Aug. 20, 2013 at thesocietypages.org/specials/mascots. “Creating Tradition and Defining “Indianness.” In Studies in Symbolic Interaction 34, edited by Norman Denzin and C. Richard King. London: Emerald Group Publishing, 2010. “Chasing Objectivity? Critical Reflections on History, Identity, and the Public Performance of Indian Mascots,” Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies 11: December 2011, 535-543. Special issue on Research Acts, edited by Michael Giardina. 1532708611426108, first published on November 22, 2011 as doi:10.1177/1532708611426108. “Gendered Discourse: Higher Education, Mascots, and Race.” In The Native American Mascots Controversy, edited by C. Richard King, 41-46. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2010. Publications: Post-Publication Special Selection “Making Digital Humanities Work” (full-text blog of Digital Humanities 2014 presentation). Digital Humanities Now Editor’s Choice, July 17, 2015. http://digitalhumanitiesnow.org/2014/07/editors-choice-round-up-digital-humanities-2014-conference-papers/. “I'll see your open access and raise you two book contracts: or why the AHA should re-think its policy” (blog). Digital Humanities Now Editor’s Choice, July 25, 2013. http://digitalhumanitiesnow.org/2013/07/editors-choice-aha-recommendations-embargoing-completed-history-phd-dissertations-roundup/. “DH Internationally: Dispatches from Hamburg” (blog). DH2012 Round-Up. 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Raymond J. Haberski, Jr.
Professor of History Director of American Studies Adjunct Professor of Film Studies, Department of English Project Director, Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture Faculty, Institute for American Thought

Phone: (317)278-1019
Email: haberski@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503C


Raymond Haberski American Studies, Max Kade German-American Center, History, Institute for American Thought (317)278-1019 haberski@iupui.edu Professor of History Director of American Studies Adjunct Professor of Film Studies, Department of English Project Director, Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture Faculty, Institute for American Thought Ph.D., Ohio University, 1999 MA, University of Albany, 1992 BA, University of Albany, 1990 U.S. Intellectual History, American Studies, American cultural history, American religious history, history of movie culture, transnational intellectual history, civil religion, American Catholic history, just war theory 20th Century U.S. history, U.S. intellectual history,American Studies, movies and American culture, American cultural history, American religious history Fellow, Cluster of Excellence, University of Muenster, Germany, June 2014 Hundere Lecture in Religion, Oregon State University Fulbright Danish Distinguished Chair in American Studies, Copenhagen Business School, 2008-2009 Founding member of the Society for U.S. Intellectual History (2011) Administrative Officer, Society for U.S. Intellectual History (S-USIH) Secretary for S-USIH (2011-2014) Regular blogger, s-usih.org Reviewer: University of Pennsylvania Press, University Press of Kentucky, Cornell University Press, Rutgers University Press Evangelization to the Heart: Brief History of American Franciscans and Media (Catholic University Press, 2018) with Andrew Hartman, No Things but in Ideas: United States Intellectual History (Cornell University Press, 2018) with Philip Goff and Rhys Williams, Beyond Bellah: Essays on Civil Religion in America (Oxford University Press 2018) God and War: American Civil Religion since 1945 (Rutgers University Press, 2012) The Miracle Case: Film Censorship and the Supreme Court (University Press of Kansas, 2008) Freedom to Offend: How New York Remade Movie Culture (University Press of Kentucky, 2007) It's Only a Movie: Films and Critics in American Culture (University Press of Kentucky, 2001) 0 0 0 0 0 HIST


Sabine Jessner Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired B.A. Wellsley College 1945
M.A. Wellsley College 1946
Ph.D. Columbia University 1963
French, European and women's history President, Swiss-American Historical Society 1986-89;
and President, Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences 1988-89
Herriot: Patriarch of the Republic(1973);
and articles in French Historical Studies,Indiana Magazine of History , and Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences
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John R. Kaufman-McKivigan
Mary O'Brien Gibson Professor of History, Africana Studies

Phone: (317)274-5860
Email: jmckivig@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 531


John Kaufman-McKivigan Africana Studies, American Studies, History, Frederick Douglass Correspondence Project (317)274-5860 jmckivig@iupui.edu Mary O'Brien Gibson Professor of History, Africana Studies B.A. Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1971;
M.A. Ohio State University 1973;
Ph.D. Ohio State University 1977.
Nineteenth-century U.S. history (the Antebellum, Civil War and Reconstruction eras), American reform movements, and American ethnic history, American labor history Director, annual Midwest Peace & Justice Summit (2005-2011) Co-Director, annual Madame C.J. Walker/Frederick Douglass Public Lecture and Workshop Series. The War Against Proslavery Religion: Abolitionism and the Northern Churches(Cornell University Press 1984);
(co-editor)Biography and the Historical Moment (Greenwood Press 1994);
Slavery, Sectionalism, and American Religion (University of Georgia Press1998);
and Antislavery Violence (University of Tennessee Press 1999);
(editor of a modern edition) James Redpath's 1959 book The Roving Editor; or, Talks with the Slaves in the Southern States (Penn State University Press 1996);
and over fifty-five articles and book chapters
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Jason M. Kelly
Director
IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute

Associate Professor of British History
Department of History

Adjunct Associate Professor
Africana Studies Program

Adjunct Associate Professor
American Studies Program

Director
IUPUI-Newcastle Exchange Program


Phone: (317)274-1689
Email: jaskelly@iupui.edu
Campus Address: UL 4115T


Jason Kelly Africana Studies, American Studies, History (317)274-1689 jaskelly@iupui.edu Director
IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute

Associate Professor of British History
Department of History

Adjunct Associate Professor
Africana Studies Program

Adjunct Associate Professor
American Studies Program

Director
IUPUI-Newcastle Exchange Program
B.A. Pennsylvania State University 1997,
M.A. University of California, Santa Barbara 1999,
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara 2004.
eighteenth-century Britain, history of archaeology, history of art and architecture, history of environment, Anthropocene, history of science, gender and masculinity, historiography and theory Undergraduate Courses: Western Civilization, World History, Modern British History, Enlightenment Europe, Eighteenth-Century Britain, Gender in Modern Britain, Comparative British Imperialisms, Scientific Revolutions in Europe, Modern History of Science, The Making of the English Working Classes

Graduate Courses: Britain's Long Eighteenth Century, Gender in Enlightenment Britain, Digital History, Historiography and Theory
Awards and Honors
  • Fellow, University of Chicago, Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society (2015-16)
  • IUPUI Research Trailblazers Award (2013)
  • Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London (2011 to present)
  • IU Trustees Teaching Award (2008, 2011)
  • IUPUI School of Liberal Arts, Student Council, Outstanding Academic Adviser Award (2010)
Representative Recent Grants and Fellowships
  • IUPUI Welcoming Campus Innovation Fund (2017)
  • Wenner-Gren Conference Grant, co-PI (2016)
  • IU New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities New Currents, PI (2016)
  • IU Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics, and Society: Religion and Ethics Seminar Funding, PI (2016)
  • IU New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities Extraordinary Funding Grant, PI (2016)
  • NASA/International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC)/International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme/Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences Travel Grant, PI (2015)
  • Efroymson Family Fund, a CICF Fund, Grant (2014)
 
Service to Discipline Sustainable Water Future Programme, Future Earth Scientific Steering Committee, 2016 to present Newcastle University Advisory Board, Anthropocene Research Group, 2016 to present American Historical Association Digital History Working Group, 2015 to present Co-Director (with Alex Lichtenstein), AHA 2015 Film Festival, 2014 to 2015 Midwest Conference on British Studies President, 2010 to 2012 Vice President, 2008 to 2010 Local Arrangements Chair, 2005 to 2006 North American Conference on British Studies Council Member, 2007 to 2015 Webmaster, 2007 to 2015 H-Albion (History of Britain and Ireland on H-NET) List Editor / Advisory Board, 2004 to present BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES>

(lead editor with Philip Scarpino, Helen Berry, James Syvitski, Michel Meybeck). Rivers of the Anthropocene. Oakland: University of California Press. In press (forthcoming June 2017).



The Society of Dilettanti: Archaeology and Identity in the British Enlightenment.  New Haven and London: Yale University Press and Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 2010.



(associate ed., responsible for Britain) The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest, 1500 to Present.  8 vols. Ed. Immanuel Ness. Oxford: Blackwell, 2009.



(ed.) Looking Up: Observation and Science in the Early Modern Period. Language, Media, and Education Studies, ed. Marcel Danesi and Leonard G. Sbrocchi, no. 24. Ottawa: Legas and the Center for Communication and Information Sciences, 2002.



 



ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS



“Reading the Grand Tour at a Distance: Archives and Data Sets in Digital History.” American Historical Review 122.2 (2017): 451-463.



"A Classical Education: Naples and the Heart of European Culture." Seduction and Celebrity: The Spectacular Life of Emma Hamilton, ed. Quintin Colville and Kate Williams. London: National Maritime Museum and Thames and Hudson, 2016. 109-37.



"The Reception of Greek Architecture in Eighteenth-Century Britain." A Companion to Greek Architecture, ed. Margaret Miles. Oxford: Blackwell, 2016. 509-25.



"The Anthropocene and Transdisciplinarity." Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, Forum: Archaeology in the Anthropocene. 1.1 (2014): 91-96.



"Transdisciplinarity, Human-Nature Entanglements, and Transboundary Water Systems in the Anthropocence." The Global Water System in the Anthropocene: Challenges for Science and Governance, ed. Anik Bhaduri, Janos Bogardi, Jan Leentvaar, and Sina Marx.  Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2014. 173-82.



With Frank Salmon and David Yeomans, "James Stuart and the Geometry of Setting Out." Geometrical Objects: Architecture and the Mathematical Sciences 1400-1800, New Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology 38, ed. Anthony Gerbino. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2014. 281-312.



“British and Irish Artists in Rome during the 1730s and 1740s.” Richard Wilson and the Transformation of European Landscape Painting, ed. Martin Postle and Robin Simon. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014. 35-51.



"Letters from a Young Painter Abroad: James Russel in Rome, 1740-1763 [Introduction and Critical Edition of the James Russel Manuscripts]." Walpole Society 74 (2012): 61-164.



"Howard Zinn and the Struggle for the Microphone: History, Objectivity, and Citizenship." International Journal of Social Education, special Issue on "The Life and Work of Howard Zinn." 24.1 (2009 [2012]): 19-26.



"James 'Athenian' Stuart's Portrait of James Dawkins." The British Art Journal. 8.2 (2007): 24-25.



"The Portraits of Sir James Gray (c. 1708-73)."  The British Art Journal. 8.1 (2007): 15-19.



"Riots, Revelries, and Rumor: Libertinism and Masculine Association in Enlightenment London." Journal of British Studies. 45.4 (2006): 759–795.
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Daniella J. Kostroun
Associate Professor of History

Phone: (317)274-8045
Email: dkostrou@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503P


Daniella Kostroun History, Women's Studies (317)274-8045 dkostrou@iupui.edu Associate Professor of History B.A. Cornell University (Magna Cum Laude), 1992
M.A. Duke University, 1995
Ph.D. Duke University, 2000
Early Modern Europe, French History, Women's Studies 2009 Award for Best Collaborative Project Published in 2009 from the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women for "Women, Religion, and the Atlantic World (1600-1800)." 2004 Gutenberg-e Prize from the American Historical Association
2004 Chester Penn Higby Prize for best article in the Journal of Modern History
2001 Ahmanson-Getty Postdoctoral Fellowship, Center for 17th and 18th c studies, University of California Los Angeles
1999 Dissertation Fellow, Erasmus Institute, University of Notre Dame
Feminism, Absolutism, and Jansenism: Louis XIV and the Port-Royal Nuns (Cambridge University Press, 2011) Women, Religion, and the Atlantic World (1600-1800) edited with Lisa Vollendorf (University of Toronto Press, 2009). Articles in the Journal of Modern History, Histoire, Economie et Societe, Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, and Biblio 17. 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
Modupe Labode
Associate Professor of History and Museum Studies, Public Scholar of African American History and Museums, Public Scholar of Africana Studies, Adjunct Associate Professor of Africana Studies, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of History

Phone: (317)274-3829
Email: mlabode@iupui.edu
Campus Address: 420 Cavanaugh Hall


Modupe Labode Africana Studies, History, Women's Studies, Museum Studies (317)274-3829 mlabode@iupui.edu Associate Professor of History and Museum Studies, Public Scholar of African American History and Museums, Public Scholar of Africana Studies, Adjunct Associate Professor of Africana Studies, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of History 1983 B.S., History, Iowa State University
1992 D.Phil., History, Oxford University
Public History Museum Studies African American History Commemoration Women's History Museum Methods Introduction to Museum Studies Curatorial Practices The Nature of History Public Interpretations of African American History African Americans in Indiana The African Diaspora The Guantánamo Project Chancellors Diversity Scholar Award, 2017 NCPH Board of Directors “‘Defend Your Manhood and Womanhood Rights’: The Birth of a Nation , Race, and the Politics of Respectability in early Twentieth-Century Denver, Colorado," Pacific Historical Review “The ‘Stern, Fearless Settlers of the West’: Lynching, Region and Capital Punishment in Early Twentieth-Century Colorado,” Western Historical Quarterly “Andrew Ramsey, the ‘Voice from the Gallery’: An African American Teacher’s Writings on School Desegregation in Indianapolis,” Ohio Valley History Modupe Labode, Laura Holzman, and Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Hybrid Discourse: Exploring Art, Race, and Space in Indianapolis.” Public: A Journal of Imagining America http://public.imaginingamerica.org/blog/article/hybrid-discourse-exploring-art-race-and-space-in indianapolis “Unsafe Ideas, Public Art, and E Pluribus Unum: An Interview with Fred Wilson,” Indiana Magazine of History 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
Miriam Z. Langsam
Professor Emerita of History

Email: mlangsam@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 401


Miriam Langsam Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired mlangsam@iupui.edu Professor Emerita of History B.A. Brooklyn College 1960
M.S. University of Wisconsin 1961
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 1967
American social and women's history, nineteenth-century, and history of science and technology Liberal Arts Outstanding Faculty Award 1978-79 Associate Dean for Student Affairs Children West, A History of the New York Children's Aid Society's Placing-out System, 1853-1890 (Logmark 1961) 1 0 0 1 0 HIST
Justin H. Libby
Associate Professor Emeritus of History

Email: jhlibby@iupui.edu


Justin Libby Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired jhlibby@iupui.edu Associate Professor Emeritus of History B.A. University of Cincinnati 1965
M.A. University of Cincinnati 1966
Ph.D. Michigan State University 1971
American diplomatic history, Japanese history, and naval war in the Pacific 1941-1945 includes Faculty Council Executive Committee, Library Committee and Academic Affairs Committee The Irresolute Years: American Congressional Opinion Towards Japan, 1937-1941 (University of Hong Kong: CasianMonograph Series 1984);
and articles in Pacific Historian, Nevada History Quarterly, Utah History Quarterly, Mid-America, World Affairs,Naval War College Review, Naval History,Journal of Caribbean Studies and Asian Affairs
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Erik L. Lindseth
Senior Lecturer in History and Adjunct Faculty in the School of Library and Information Science

Phone: (317)278-5745
Email: elindset@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 504P


Erik Lindseth History (317)278-5745 elindset@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in History and Adjunct Faculty in the School of Library and Information Science B.A. Wabash College 1983
Ph.D. Edinburgh University (Scotland) 1992
M.L.S. IUPUI 1999
Scottish history; Reformation/Early modern European history; Rare books and special collections IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award, 2007, 2009
Outstanding Academic Advisor, School of Liberal Arts, 2007
Outstanding Lecturer, School of Liberal Arts, 2005-06
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Thomas Alexander Mason
Senior Associate Instructor

Email: masonta@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA-313


Thomas Mason History masonta@iupui.edu Senior Associate Instructor Ph.D., University of Virginia,1975. M.A., University of Virginia, 1970. B.A. with Highest Honors in History, Kenyon College, 1966. Early modern England, early America, Lew Wallace and the U.S. Civil War Western Civilization (H 113 and H 114), British History (B 309 and B 310) Association for Documentary Editing, Distinguished Service Award, 1993. English-Speaking Union of the United States, Award of Merit, 2002; Lily Dabney Scholar, 1972. American Association for State and Local History (Publications Committee, 2002–12, 1989–92, Chair, 2006–8; Program Committee, 1991 and 1989 annual meetings). Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society (Editor, Magazine of Albemarle County History, 1984–86). Association for Documentary Editing (Chair, Constitution and Bylaws Committee, 2012–, 1994–97; Cochair, Local Arrangements Committee, 2004 annual meeting; Councillor-at-Large, 1999–2002; Director of Publications, 1995–98; Editor, Documentary Editing, 1989–93). Conference of Historical Journals (Nominating Committee, 1990). Indiana Association of Historians (President, 2008–9). With J. Kent Calder, Writing Local History Today: A Guide to Researching, Publishing, and Marketing Your Book (American Association for State and Local History Book Series) (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2013). Project Director, The Papers of Lew and Susan Wallace, 5 DVD-ROMs (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press; Bloomington: Lilly Library, Indiana University, forthcoming 2016, contingent on funding). Edited, with Robert A. Rutland et al., The Papers of James Madison, vol. 14, 1791–93 (1983), vol. 15, 1793–95 (1985), vol. 16, 1795–97 (1989), Presidential Series, vol. 1, Mar.–Sept. 1809 (1984) (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia). Serving God and Mammon: William Juxon, 1582–1663, Bishop of London, Lord High Treasurer of England, and Archbishop of Canterbury (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1985). Articles and reviews in encyclopedias, newspapers, scholarly journals, and online networks. 0 1 0 0 0 HIST
Elizabeth Brand Monroe
Associate Professor of History

Phone: (317)278-2255
Email: emonroe@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 529


Elizabeth Monroe Public History, History (317)278-2255 emonroe@iupui.edu Associate Professor of History B.A. George Mason University 1968
M.A. University of Virginia 1969
M.A.H. University of Virginia 1975
Ph.D. University of Florida 1989
J.D. Indiana University-Indianapolis, 2002
American legal history, public history, material history, local and community history Governor's Commendation 1982,
Faculty Development Award 1995 & 1997,
2003 Jacob Piatt Dunn, Jr. Award (Indiana Historical Society),
President's Arts and Humanities Initiative Award 2003
and Thomas Ehrlich Award for Service Learning 2003,
Fellowship, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 2006,
Chancellor's Faculty Award for Service Learning, 2006
Member, IU Preservation Committee 1989-present;

member, Morris-Butler House Museum Advisory Council 1993-present;

Executive Director, National Council on Public History 1990-1994;

Secretary-Treasure, National Council on Public History 1997-2000;

member, Board of Directors, Indiana Medical History Museum 2000-2006;

member, steering committee, Federal District Court Historical Society, 1996-present

The Wheeling Bridge Case (Northeastern University Press 1992);
(co-author) The Main Stem (Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana 1992);
and numerous encyclopedia entries and overview essays
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Anita Morgan
Senior Lecturer

Phone: (317)278-9020
Email: aashende@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 504N


Anita Morgan History, Women's Studies (317)278-9020 aashende@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer B.S. Purdue University 1979
M.S. Purdue University 1984
M.A. Purdue University 1992
Ph.D. Purdue University 1997
Early American republic, women's history, Civil War, Indiana history US History I and II (HIST H105, H106), US Women's History I (HIST A342), Early American Republic (HIST A 303 and A304), Lincoln (HIST A343), Indiana History (HIST A363), The Nature of History (HIST H217), Capstone (HIST J495) School of Liberal Arts Outstanding Lecturer 2010-2011 President, Indiana Association of Historians, 2017 Board Member, Indiana Magazine of History Hoosier Women at Work organizing committee "'Woman as Force' in Indiana History," in The State of Indiana History (Indiana Historical Society, 2001); "Fabricating Independence: Industrial Labor in Antebellum Indiana," Michigan Historical Review; "'Notorious Home of Harlotry': Regulating Prostitution in the Ohio Valley" Ohio Valley History; "Land Ownership in Colonial New York: The Case of Eve Pickard," New York History; "'The Responsibilities of a Community at War': County and State Government Aid to Hoosier Soldiers' Families during the Civil War," Indiana Magazine of History; "Taking Indiana Women's History into the Twenty-First Century," (with Nancy Gabin) Indiana Magazine of History; "Indiana State Arsenal" Indiana Historical Bureau web site; articles in Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
Berthold P. Riesterer
Associate Professor Emeritus of History



Berthold Riesterer Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired Associate Professor Emeritus of History B.A. Wayne State University 1958
M.A. 1961, Ph.D. 1966
European intellectual history, German history, world history, and history of philosophy (with emphasis on twentieth-century thinkers such as L. Wittgenstein, M. Heidegger, and K. Jaspers) Publications and presentations at international conferences in history and philosophy 1 0 0 1 0 HIST
Kevin C. Robbins
Associate Professor of Modern French Urban and Cultural History Department of History, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

Phone: (317)274-5819
Email: krobbin1@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503Q


Kevin Robbins History (317)274-5819 krobbin1@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Modern French Urban and Cultural History Department of History, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis B.A. Reed College 1981
M.A. University of Pennsylvania 1983
M.A. Johns Hopkins University 1985
Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University 1991
Robbins currently focuses his research and published professional writing on modern French civic and art history. He is especially interested in radical and anarchist graphic artists revolutionizing the production of mass-circulation, illustrated publications in the print worlds of modern Paris and other European capital cities. His new research encompasses the cultural history of visual satire, irreverent, comic mockeries of all authorities in multiple media, and the visual politics of the French Third Republic. Robbins is currently at work on the first major study in English of radical, anarchist illustrated publications in modern Paris, such as the acerbic Assiette au beurre, their enterprising editors, technical production staffs, and affiliated radical artists of both French and international origins. IUPUI Outstanding Tenure Track Faculty Award 1997 and TERA Award for Teaching Excellence 1997 City on the Ocean Sea, Urban Society, Religion, and Politics on the French Atlantic Frontier, 1530-1650. Vol. 64 in the series Studies in Medieval and Reformation Thought (E.J. Brill, Leiden, Netherlands, 1997); articles in French Historical Studies, FrenchHistory, and Journal of Social History ; articles on illustrated European, French, and American comic serials in Ridiculosa (2012-2013); book chapters in The Flâneur Abroad (2014); Visualizing Violence in Francophone Cultures (2015); Architectures of Display (2016). 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
Nancy Marie Robertson
Associate Professor of History and Philanthropic Studies
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies
Adjunct Associate Professor of American Studies
Faculty of the University Graduate School
Director of Graduate Studies

Phone: (317)274-8017
Email: nmrobert@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503T


Nancy Robertson American Studies, History, Women's Studies (317)274-8017 nmrobert@iupui.edu Associate Professor of History and Philanthropic Studies
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies
Adjunct Associate Professor of American Studies
Faculty of the University Graduate School
Director of Graduate Studies
A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1978
M.A., New York University, 1984
M.Phil., New York University, 1986
Ph.D., New York University, 1997
U.S. history; late nineteenth and twentieth centuries; American philanthropy; women; religion; U.S. race relations; women and banking; and history of citizenship. Richard L. Wentworth Prize for Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the YWCA, 2008;
Gateway Scholar, 2004-05;
IU President's Arts & Humanities Initiative Grant, 2002-03;
Indiana University Fellow in Nonprofit Governance, 1989-1991, and numerous fellowships.
Member, Advisory Board to the Indiana Women's History Association. Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the YWCA, 1906-46 (University of Illinois Press, 2007);
chapters in: Women and their Money, 1700-1950; Private Action and Public Good; and Men and Women Adrift: The YMCA and the YWCA in the City.
Entries in: Notable American Women, Encyclopedia of New York City, Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia, and Civil Rights in the United States.
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Eric Leland Saak
Professor of History


Email: esaak@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA-503N


Eric Saak History esaak@iupui.edu Professor of History
B.A. University of Southern California 1985,
Ph.D. University of Arizona 1993
Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Europe, Religious, Intellectual, and Political History of the 14th-16th centuries, the Augustinian tradition and the Augustinian order, late medieval textual culture, textual/literary theory and text editing. Early Medieval Europe; The High Middle Ages; The Later Middle Ages; The Renaissance; The Reformation Fulbright Fellow 1992, 1993;
Postdoctoral Fellow, Netherlands Research School for Medieval Studies, 1994-1999;
Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for European History, Mainz, Germany, 2000-2001;
IU New Frontiers Travel Grant, 2006;
Visiting Professor of Church History, Patristics Institute Augustinianum, Pontifical University, Rome (March 2015)
Editoral Board for the series Studies in the History of Christian Traditions, of Brill Academic Publishers Numerous articles, book chapters, and book reviews, and four books: High way to Heaven. The Augustinian Platform between Reform and Reformation, 1292-1524. Brill Academic Publishers: Leiden (2002), and Creating Augustine. Interpreting Augustine and Augustinianism in the Later Middle Ages. Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2012; Catechesis in the Later Middle Ages vol. 1: The Exposition of the Lord's Prayer of Jordan of Quedlinburg, OESA (d. 1380)--Introduction, Text and Translation. Brill Academic Publishers: Leiden, 2015; Luther and the Reformation of the Later Middle Ages. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2017. Co-editor of and major contributor to The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine, 3 vols. (Oxford, 2013). Work in Progress: Catechesis in the Later Middle Ages vol. 2: The Meditations on the Passion of Christ of Jordan of Quedlinburg, OESA (d. 1380)--Introduction, Text and Translation; History, Myth and Ideology I. The Sermons of St. Augustine Collected by Jordan of Quedlinburg, OESA (d. 1380)--Introduction, Text and Translation; Roberti de Bardis Collectorii Sermonum Sancti Augustini Registrum. 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
Philip V. Scarpino
Professor of History Director, Graduate Program in Public History Director of Oral History, Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence

Phone: (317)274-5983
Email: pscarpin@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 532


Philip Scarpino Public History, History (317)274-5983 pscarpin@iupui.edu Professor of History Director, Graduate Program in Public History Director of Oral History, Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence B.A. University of Montana 1971 M.A. University of Missouri 1975 Ph.D University of Missouri 1983 Public History Environmental History Historic Preservation Oral History U.S Survey Classes School of Education Learning Community, H106, US History Since 1865, includes six Friday field trips to museums and historical organizations in the metro area. Class theme: social justice Environmental History Historic Preservation "Hands on History," a methods class that I co-teach with professionals in the Division of Forestry and Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology. Recent, selected oral history projects: (1) Oral History of Flash Flooding in Central Indiana, in June 2008, 2009-2010. Trained a graduate student, and we interviewed victims, emergency responders, planners, government officials, long-term care providers, and so on. Funded by Indiana Humanities with NEH pass-through money; archived at IUPUI Special Collections and Archives and Indiana Historical Society. (2) Tobias Center, 2006-2010, interviewed numerous leaders in the business, government, and non-profit sectors with Indiana connections, in Indianapolis, around Indiana, and as far away as Palo Alto, CA. Most interviews consisted of two sessions, two hours each; deposited with the IUPUI Special Collections and Archives and the Tobias Center. (3) Tobias Center/International Leadership Association, 2009-present; interviewed several of the International Leadership Association’s Lifetime Achievement winners in various locations in the United States; Montreal, Canada; and London, UK. Most of the interviews consisted of two sessions, two hours each, deposited with IUPUI Special Collections and Archives, Tobias Center, and International Leadership Association. (4) Polis Center and the Indiana/Ohio Center for Traumatic Amputee Research, 2008-2010. Trained a graduate student, and as a team we interviewed on the telephone a number of Vietnam Veterans who had lost at least one limb in combat. Information gained incorporated into a report to the Department of Defense. (5) Polis Center and the Purdue Military Family Research Institute, 2012-2014, began with me training students to conduct phone interviews with officials of Med Hold, and ended in May 2014 with me leading on-site focus groups with wounded, injured, and sick sailors and marines assigned to Med Hold units in Newport Naval Base, Virginia, and San Diego Naval Base, California. Used by Purdue Military Family Research Institute for reporting to Department of Navy and Congress. (6) Voices from Indianapolis Waterways, 2014- trained students to interview individuals with first-hand experience with Indianapolis waterways (White River, Fall Creek Pogue’s Run, Pleasant Run, and Eagle Creek). Summer 2014, trained three students; team worked on Pleasant Run creek; summer 2015, moved to Fall Creek neighborhoods. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, NY, consulted on-site concerning a major new exhibit to open in 2017 (about 16, 000 square feet) intended to interpret the regional Adirondack environment. Also, invited to serve with a core group of advisors throughout the process, December 2014 and November 2015, ongoing. . . . . Museum Exhibits: I have worked as a consultant on numerous museum exhibits with environmental themes, several funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Most recent exhibit: Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, NY, consulted on-site concerning a major new exhibit to open in 2017 (about 16, 000 square feet) intended to interpret the regional Adirondack environment. Also, invited to serve with a core group of advisors throughout the process, On-site consultations in December 2014 and November 2015. Opened June 2017. Conner Prairie Interactive History Park: Board of Directors, 2001-2003; 2006-12; 2014- Major Projects Committee Advisory Board for Civil War exhibit Indiana Landmarks (statewide non-profit): Board of Directors, 1996-99; 1999-2001. Steering committee for local arrangements, annual meeting, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Indianapolis, October/November 2013 Referee, Historic Preservation Education Grants, Indiana Humanities program partner, May 2016 and May 2017 International Federation for Public History Program Committee for IFPH conference in Bogota, Columbia, local sponsor Universidad de Los Andes, June 2016 Program Committee for IFPH conference in Ravenna, Italy, June 2017 Indiana Historical Society (statewide non-profit): Indiana Experience Humanities Scholar Committee, exhibit advisory committee, 2010-2013 Community advisory group for exhibition, “You Are There 1913: A City under Water,” 2012-2013. Referee, Heritage Support Grants, up to $50,000, April 2016 and May 2017 National Council on Public History: Board of Directors, Elected, 1989-92 Vice President, Elected, 1992-93 President, 1993-94 Long Range Planning Committee, Chair, 1994-95; member 1999-2002; 2006-2007 Co-Chair, Joint Task Force on Public History Education and Employment, representing OAH, AHA, and AASLH, 2014- Council of Past Presidents, 2013- Among other things working to recognize founders and conduct oral history interviews with founders. Co-chair, local arrangements committee, Annual meeting in Indianapolis, 2017 Member, program committee, Annual meeting in Indianapolis Preserving Indiana: Statewide Historic Preservation Conference, planning committee, 1988- (Current Partners: Indiana University, Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology) Books: Great River: An Environmental History of the Upper Mississippi River, 1890- 1950 (Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 1985). Public and Environmental History (Krieger Press, 2004), co-edited with Martin Melosi -- My contribution, in addition to co-editing the book, is "Interpreting Environmental Themes in Exhibit Format," pp. 139-153. Rivers of the Anthropocene, co-edited by Jason Kelly, Helen Berry, Michel Meybeck, and Philip Scarpino – volume assembles invited/selected chapters based upon papers delivered at the Rivers of the Anthropocene Conference, Indianapolis, January 2014. In addition to editing, my contribution, “Anthropocene World/Anthropocene Waters: A Historical Examination of Ideas and Agency." (UCLA Press, June 2013. This will be an open access publication.) (Articles and Chapters) "Planning for Preservation: A Look at the Federal-State Historic Preservation Program, 1966-86," The Public Historian (Spring 1992): 43-60. "Viewpoint: Some Thoughts on Defining, Evaluating, and Rewarding Public Scholarship," The Public Historian (Spring 1993): 43-49. "Common Ground: Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future of Public History and NCPH," Presidential Address, The Public Historian (Summer 1994): 11-21. "Large Floodplain Rivers as Human Artifacts: A Historical Perspective on Ecological Integrity," (revision of paper, 1994), U.S. Geological Survey, Special Refereed Report, 1997 “Environmental Diplomacy: The Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of 1972,” in Environment Atlas (Routledge Press, 2003) (Solicited by the editor) “Great Lakes Fisheries: International Response to the Decline of the Fisheries and the Lamprey/Alewife Invasion,” in Terje Tvedt and Richard Coopey, Editors, A History of Water, Volume II: The Political Economy of Water (I.B. Tauris, 2006). “Addressing Cross-Border Pollution of the Great Lakes,” in Michael Behiels and Reginald Stuart, Editors, Transnationalism in Canada-United States History into the Twenty First Century (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2010), pp. 146-167. “Isle Royale National Park: Balancing Human and Natural History in a Maritime Park,” George Wright Forum, Vol. 28, No. 2 (2011): 182-198. “A Historian’s Perspective on Rivers of the Anthropocene” in Janos Bogardi, et al Editors, The Global Water System in the Anthropocene: Challenges for Science and Governance (Springer, 2014) -- Revised version of paper presented at Waters of the Anthropocene, Conference, sponsored by the Global Waters System Project, Bonn, Germany, May 2013. “Gray” Literature: “Cultural Resources on Isle Royale National Park: An Historic Context,” (2010), 181 pages; funded by a grant from the National Park Service with additional funding from the National Trust for Historic Preservation; involved field work, archival research, and oral history. Review Essays/Encyclopedia Articles: "Perspectives on Nature's Metropolis: A Book Forum," The Annals of Iowa 51(Summer 1992): 506-515; other contributors: Malcolm Rohrbough, Timothy Mahoney, and David Danbom; reply by William Cronon. "Making History with Oral History: A Review of Five Locally Produced Oral Histories," The Oral History Review 21(Spring 1993): 97-102. “Urban Environment,” The Encyclopedia of Indianapolis (Indiana Univ. Press, 1994), pp. 199-208. "Swimming Against the Current: Peer Review, Gray Literature, and Saving the Salmon," essay in gray literature "package," The Public Historian 17(Fall 1995): 33-40. “Borders and Boundaries,” “Environmental History,” Encyclopedia of Local History (Alta Mira, 2000), pp.61-63, 157-160 (rewritten for revised publication issued late fall 2012) Response to “The Things We Ignore,” by Carol Kammen in Carol Kammen and Bob Beatty, Zen and the Art of Local History (Roman & Littlefield, 2014) -- Invited. 1 0 0 0 0 HIST
William H. Schneider
Professor of History
Professor of Medical Humanities and Health Studies Adjunct Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics (School of Medicine)

Phone: (317)274-7220
Email: whschnei@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 141B


William Schneider History, Medical Humanities (317)274-7220 whschnei@iupui.edu Professor of History
Professor of Medical Humanities and Health Studies Adjunct Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics (School of Medicine)
B.A. Stanford University 1967
M.A. Duquesne University 1970
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania 1976
History of science and medicine, French history and twentieth-century Europe; global health history; humanitarian assistance Fulbright Scholar, National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, National Endowment for the Humanities An Empire for the Masses: The French Popular Image of Africa, 1870-1900(Greenwood Press 1982);
Quality and Quantity: The Quest for Biological Regeneration in 20th Century France (Cambridge University Press 1990);
(editor)Rockefeller Philanthropy and Modern Biomedicine: International Initiatives from World War I to the Cold War (Indiana University Press 2002)
The Story of One Life, co-editor of translation and annotation of autobiography of Ludwig Hirszfeld (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2010)
The History of Blood Transfusion in Sub-Saharan Africa (Cambridge, OH: Ohio University Press, fall 2013)
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Peter J. Sehlinger
Professor Emeritus of History



Peter Sehlinger Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired Professor Emeritus of History B.A. University of the South 1962
M.A. Tulane University 1964
Ph.D. University of Kentucky 1969
Latin America, Iberia, historiography, and Chile, Peru, and United States relations with Latin America and Spain A Select Guide to Chilean Libraries and Archives;
and (co-editor) Kentucky Profiles: Biographical Essays in Honor of Holman Hamilton
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Mary Elisabeth Seldon
Professor Emerita of History



Mary Seldon Emeritus/Retired Faculty, History, Emeritus/Retired Professor Emerita of History B.A. Indiana University 1942
M.A. 1945, Ph.D. 1959
Europe in the twentieth century, history of the Far East, and ancient and medieval Celtic history (co-author) Europe 1914-1939 and Europe 1939 to the Present(Appleton-Century-Crofts 1965, rev. 1971) 1 0 0 1 0 HIST
Jan Shipps
Professor Emerita of History and Religious Studies and
Senior Research Associate for the POLIS Center 1995-present

Email: shipps@iupui.edu


Jan Shipps Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Religious Studies, Emeritus/Retired, History, Emeritus/Retired shipps@iupui.edu Professor Emerita of History and Religious Studies and
Senior Research Associate for the POLIS Center 1995-present
B.S. Utah State University 1961
M.A. University of Colorado 1962
Ph.D. University of Colorado 1965
history of American religion, religions in the making, religion in urban America, and Mormonism Liberal Arts Outstanding Faculty Award 1985,
Grace Arrington Mormon Studies Award 1986,
Glenn W. Irwin Research Scholar1989-90,
and Franklin College Brannigan Scholar 1994
Sojourner in the Promised Land (forthcoming);
(editor) Journals of William E. McLellin (1994);
Mormonism: The Story of A New Religious Tradition (1985);
and numerous articles on Mormonism
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Rebecca K Shrum
Assistant Professor of History; Assistant Director of the Public History program

Phone: (317)274-3916
Email: rshrum@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA-503L


Rebecca Shrum History (317)274-3916 rshrum@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of History; Assistant Director of the Public History program B.A., University of South Carolina, 1993
M.A, University of South Carolina, 2001
Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies, University of South Carolina, 2001
Graduate Certificate in Museum Management, University of South Carolina, 2004
Ph.D., University of South Carolina, 2007
Public History, Material Culture, North America to 1850 H105 American History to 1865
H425 Undergraduate Public History Internship
H542 Introduction to Public History
H547 Historic Site Interpretation
H548 Historic Administration
"Selling Mr. Coffee: Gender and the Branding of a Kitchen Appliance," Winterthur Portfolio , Winter 2012 (forthcoming).

Work in Progress: I am completing a book manuscript, The Mirror: An American History . This book explores the explores the various, multiple, and sometimes competing meanings different cultures in America attached to mirrors from the beginning of European colonization through the 1870s.
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Michael David Snodgrass
Director, Global & International Studies Program
Associate Professor of Latin American History

Phone: (317)278-7761
Email: misnodgr@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503S


Michael Snodgrass International Studies, History (317)278-7761 misnodgr@iupui.edu Director, Global & International Studies Program
Associate Professor of Latin American History
B.A. University of Iowa 1987
M.A. University of Texas at Austin 1993
Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin 1998
20th-Century Mexico, history of immigration/emigration/return migration, Bracero Program, comparative labor and working-class history, U.S.-Latin American relations.
Current research projects: 1) Forging an Emigrant Heartland: Labor Migrations and Return Migration in 20th Century Mexico;
2)Workers, Unions, and State Labor Policy in Post-Revolutionary Mexico (1940-1978);
3) Peaceful Revolutions: The US's Alliance for Progress program in Chile and Brazil
History of the Americas: a) Latin America: Conquest and Empire (F341), b) Latin America: Evolution and Revolution (F342), c) Modern Mexico (F346), d) US-Latin American Relations (F347), e) Latinos in the USA (A352), f) Comparative Native American History (H425)
Perspectives on the World Before 1800 (H108) and Since 1800 (H109)
Introduction to International Studies (I100) and International Studies Senior Research Seminar (I400)
New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities Grant (Indiana University, 2013-2014)
Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Grant (US Dept. of Education, 2007)
President's Arts and Humanities Initiative (Indiana University, 2005)
Hemphill/Gilmore University Fellowship (University of Texas, 1995-96)
Fulbright-Garcia Robles Dissertation Research Fellowship (US State Dept., Mexican Foreign Ministry, 1994-95)
Associate Editor for Latin America/Caribbean, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas Deference and Defiance in Monterrey: Workers, Paternalism, and Revolution in Mexico, 1890-1950 (Cambridge University Press, 2003; paperback, 2006; Spanish translation published by Fonda Editorial de Nuevo Leon, 2009)
"The Golden Age of Charrismo: Workers, Braceros, and the Political Machinery of Post-Revolutionary Mexico," in La Dictablanda: Politics, Work, and Culture in Mexico, Gillingham and Smith, eds. (Duke University Press, 2015)
“The Bracero Program, 1942-1964,” in Beyond the Border: The History of Mexican-U.S. Migration, Mark Overmyer-Velásquez, ed. (Oxford University Press, 2011)
“Patronage and Progress: The Bracero Program from the Perspective of Mexico,” in Workers Across the Americas: The Transnational Turn in Labor History, Leon Fink, et al., eds. (Oxford University Press, 2011)
“‘How Can We Speak of Democracy in Mexico?’: Workers and Organized Labor in the Cárdenas and Echeverría Years,” in Men of the People: The Presidencies of Lázaro Cárdenas and Luis Echeverría, Amelia Kiddle and Maria Múñoz, eds. (University of Arizona Press, 2010)
“‘New Rules for the Unions’: Mexico’s Steel Workers Confront Privatization and the Neoliberal Challenge,” Labor: Working-Class History of the Americas (2007)
“Patriots and Proletarians: Industrial Workers and National Identity in Revolutionary Mexico,” in The Eagle and the Virgin: Mexico’s Cultural Revolution, l920-l940 Stephen Lewis and Mary Kay Vaughan, eds. (Duke University Press, 2006)
“From Collusion to Independence: The press, the ruling party, and democratization in Mexico,” in The Mission: Journalism, Ethics and the World, Joe Atkins, ed. (Iowa State University Press, 2002)
“Assessing Everyday Life in Post-Soviet Cuba,” Latin American Research Review (2001)
“The Birth and Consequences of Industrial Paternalism in Monterrey, Mexico, 1918-1940,” International Labor and Working-Class History (l998)
“‘Topics Not Suitable for Propaganda’: Working-Class Resistance Under Peronism,” in Workers’ Control in Latin America, Jonathan Brown, ed. (University of North Carolina Press, 1997)
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Marianne S. Wokeck
Chancellor's Professor of History
Adjunct Professor of American Studies, Women's Studies, and University College
Director of the Institute for American Thought
Senior Editor of the Santayana Edition
Fellow of the Max Kade German-American Studies Center

Phone: (317)274-5820
Email: mwokeck@iupui.edu
Campus Address: ES 0017N


Marianne Wokeck American Studies, Max Kade German-American Center, History, Institute for American Thought, Women's Studies (317)274-5820 mwokeck@iupui.edu Chancellor's Professor of History
Adjunct Professor of American Studies, Women's Studies, and University College
Director of the Institute for American Thought
Senior Editor of the Santayana Edition
Fellow of the Max Kade German-American Studies Center
Staatsexamen Hamburg University 1973
Ph.D. Temple University 1982
American history, colonial and Revolutionary history, history of the Atlantic world 1500-1800, immigration and ethnicity, and women's history, scholarly editing. Early American history,
immigration and ethnic history,
women's history,
documentary editing
Chancellor's Professor 2009,
Outstanding Female Leader 2013,
Alwin S. Bynum Award for Excellence in Academic Mentoring 1996,
Oustanding Academic Advisor 1993, 1997, 2005,
IU Teaching Excellence Recognition Award 1997,
National Endowment for the Humanities grants (Biographical Dictionary of Early Pennsylvania Legislators, 1986-91,
The Works of George Santayana, 2003-6),
Senior Fulbright Scholar (Germany) 1997-98,
and Outstanding Female Faculty 2003, 2004.
Tuning USA (project supported by the Lumina Foundation 2009-2014),
Tuning History project of the American Historical Association (2012-2014),
Curriculum to Career Choices (CtCC) SmartPathways project of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) since 2015.
Active involvement in faculty governance (numerous committees and task forces on the departmental, school, campus, and university levels; most recently president of the IUPUI Faculty Council and co-chair of the University Faculty Council of Indiana University (2015-2016). Trade in Strangers: The Beginnings of Mass Migration to North America (Penn State University Press 1999),
(editor and author) Lawmaking and Legislators in Pennsylvania, vol. 1 (University of Pennsylvania Press 1991),
(editor) The Papers of William Penn vols. 3-4 (University of Pennsylvania Press 1986, 1987),
numerous articles in scholarly books and journals,
and (editor with others) The Letters of George Santayana, volume 5 in 8 books and Life of Reason volume 7 in 5 books of The Works of George Santayana (MIT Press).
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Xin Zhang
Associate Professor of History

Phone: (317) 274-4898
Email: xzhang@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 503B


Xin Zhang History (317) 274-4898 xzhang@iupui.edu Associate Professor of History M.A. University of Chicago 1986
Ph.D. University of Chicago 1991
Chinese History, Asian history, and world history Century Fellow (University of Chicago, 1986-1990)
American Council of Learned Societies Grant (1997)
Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange Publication Grant (1998)
Pacific Cultural Foundation Publication Grant (1998)
Center on Philanthropy Research Grant (1999-2000) and numerous research grants from Indiana University (2001-2006).
Consultant: U.S. Government. Panel discussant and paper presenter, Association for Asian Studies National Conference, frequent;
Panel discussant and paper presenter, American Historical Association National Conference, frequent; Organizer, Midwest Summit on China Studies (attended by most scholars working on China in the Midwest region), 2003;
Speaker, The First World Forum on China Studies, The People’s Republic of China, 2004;
Speaker, Modern China Seminar, Columbia University, 2005;
Speaker, Modern China Seminar, University of California at Berkeley, 2006;
Social Transformation in Modern China: The State and Local Elites in Henen, 1900-1937 (Cambridge University Press 2000);
Ershi shiji zhongguo shehui zhi yanbian 二十世纪中国社会之演变 (Beijing: Zhonghua shuju 中华书局 2004);
and numerous articles in journals.
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