Last Name, First Name Program Completed Year of Program Completion Current Occupation Dissertation Title
Abman,
Zamira
phd2015Adjunct Lecterer, San Diego State University

The Bolshevik Emancipation of Muslim Women of Central Asia: What Went Wrong

Abrecht,
Ryan
phd2014Assistant Professor, University of San Diego

My Neighbor the Barbarian: Immigrant Neighborhoods in Classical Athens, Imperial Rome, and Tang Chang’an

Acevedo-Field,
Rafaela
phd2012Assistant Professor, Whitworth University

Denunciation of Faith and Family: Crypto-Jews and the Inquisition in Seventeenth-Century Mexico

Adair,
Penny
phd1993

Countess Clemence and Her Role in the Comital Family and in Flanders, 1092-1133

Adamson,
Michael
phd2000Director, FTI Consulting

Inventing U.S. Foreign Aid From Private of Public Funding of Economic Development, l9l9-l94l

Akulov,
Dimitri
phd2014

The Soviet Union and Formation of the Grand Alliance: Soviet Foreign Policy in Cooperation and Conflict with the Western Powers, 1941-1943

Aldebot,
Scarlett
phd2014Sr. Legislative Analyst, King County, WA

The Politics of Youth Citizenship in Costa Rica, 1940s – 1980s

Algoso,
Teresa
phd2014

Policing Bodies: Hermaphroditism and Gender in Modern Japan, 1870-2000

Anzilotti,
Cara
phd1994Associate Professor, Loyola Marymount University

In the Affairs of the World: Women and Plantation Ownership in the Eighteenth Century South Carolina Lowcountry

Aono,
Toshihiko
phd2007

The Twin Crises and the Anglo-American Alliance, l961-l962

Archambeau,
Nicole
phd2009

Healing Emotional Distress in a Time of Plague and War: Witnesses to the Canonization of Delphine de Puimichel (1363)

Ashenmiller,
Josh
phd2004Instructor, History, Fullerton College

The National Environmental Policy Act and the Green Decade, 1969-1981

Atassi,
Nazir
phd2009President at Strategic Center for the Study of Change in the Middle East, SCSCme

A History of Ibn Sa’d’s Biographical Dictionary Kitab al-Tabaqat Al-Kabi

Attewell,
Steven
phd2013

Public At Work: Direct Job Creation Policy From The New Deal to the Rise of Reagan

Avery Sutton,
Matthew
phd2005Professor of History, Washington State University

Aimee Semple McPherson, Pentecostalism, and Politics

Babcock,
Robert
phd1992Dorothy Weyer Creigh Professor of History, Hastings College

Rule and Society in South-West Wales, 1079-1197

Bachmuth,
Claire
phd1992

Two Worlds: Romantic Medievalism of Victorian Artists

Baltimore,
Paul Reed
phd2014Adjunct Instructor, Folsom Lake College

From the Camel to the Cadillac: Automobility, Consumption, and the U.S.-Saudi Special Relationship

Baranski,
John
phd2004

Making Public Housing in San Francisco: Liberalism, Social Prejudice, and social Activism, 1906-1976

Barba,
Paul
phd2016

“Enslaved in Texas: Slavery, Migration, and Identity in Native Country”

Barber,
Megan
phd2012Editor, Vox Media, Inc

Popular Street Protest in Vichy France

Barker,
Rosanne
phd1994Historian, Sam Houston State University

Small Town Progressivism: Pearl Chase and Female Activism in Santa Barbara, l909-l929

Barton,
Rick
phd1997

Power and Lordship in Maine, c. 890-1110

Bassi,
Joseph
phd2009Assistant Professor, College of Arts & Sciences, Embry-Riddle

Creating a Scientific Peak: How Boulder, Colorado Became a World Center for Space and Atmospheric Science, 1945-1965

Bauman,
Robert
phd1998Associate Professor, Washington State University Tri-Cities

Race, Class and Political Power: The Implementation of the War on Poverty in Los Angeles

Bengry,
Justin
phd2010Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Birkbeck College, University of London

The Pink Pound: Commerce and Homosexuality in Britain, l900-l967

Bernikho,
Rhimou
phd2004

Saints, Sufis, and Sultans: the Zawiya of Wazzan, a Moroccan Sufi Order,1792-1892

Birk,
Joshua
phd2006Assistant Professor, Smith College

Sicilian Counterpoint: Power and Pluralism in Norman Sicily

Bjerre-Poulsen,
Niels
null1993Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark
Blodgett,
Michael
phd2007

Attila, Flagellum Dei? Huns and Romans, Conflict and Cooperation in the Late Antique World

Bloom,
Ibukun
phd2011

Sacred Travels: Religious Identity and its Effect on the Reception of Travelers in the Eastern Roman Mediterranean

Bowman,
Megan Perle
phd2013Adjunct Faculty, Georgia State University

Laboring for Global Perfection: The International Dimension of Mid-Nineteenth-Century Fourierism

Boyle,
Eric
phd2007Chief Historian, Lecturer, Department of Energy, University of Maryland

The Boundaries of Medicine: Redefining Therapeutic Orthodoxy in an Age of Reform

Briggs,
Jill
phd2013Researcher and Grant Writer

“The Making of the Jamaican National Body: Colonialism and Public Health, 1918-1944”

Brigidi,
Bianca
phd2013Assistant Professor, Quest University Canada

Hidden Channels: Indians, Franciscans, Soldiers, and Resistance in California History (1769-1829)

Brock,
Julia
phd2012Assistant Professor, University of West Georgia

Land, Labor, and Leisure: Northern Tourism in the Red Hills Region, 1890-1950

Bromber,
Robert
phd2004

English Abandonados and Afortunados: Class and Spanish Justice the Atlantic world, 1568-1576

Brown,
Bradford
phd1999Associate Professor of History, Bradley University

Kingship and the French Revolution of l830: The Meaning of Royal Authority in Popular Political Culture and Orleanism

Brown,
Jamece
phd2003

Expressions of Faith and Spiritual Power in African American Religious Literature

Brownson,
Elizabeth
phd2008Assistant Professor - History, University of Wisconsin, Parkside

Gender, Muslim Family Law, and Contesting Patriarchy in Mandate Palestine, 1925-1939

Burden,
David
phd2005

La Idea Salvadora: Immigration and Colonization Politics in Mexico, 1821-1857

Burns,
Jim
phd1998

Cinema and Empire in Colonial Zimbabwe

Cahill,
Rick
phd1996

Faith and Power in Sixteenth Century Europe: Young Philipp of Hesse and the Reformation

Caldwell,
Amy
phd2011Lecturer, CSU Channel Islands

“A True and Certain Means to Peace”: Small State Diplomacy and Reformation in Zurich 1515-1526

Campbell,
Steve
phd2013Lecturer Cal Poly Pomona

Fighting the Bank War: How Newspapers, Banks, and the Post Office Shaped Jacksonian Era Politics, 1828-1834

Cardoza,
Thomas
phd1998Professor and Chair, Truckee Meadows Community College

Duty to the Nation, Devotion to the Regiment: Cantinieres of the French Army, l792-l906

Carlander,
Jay
phd2003

Discipline and Profit: Slavery and Labor in Antebellum Southern Economic Thought and Ideology

Carniello,
Brian
phd2005

The Notaries of Bologna: Family, Profession and Popular Politics in a Medieval Italian City-State [

Carpenter,
Gerald
phd1998

The Fortune of Angelicque Favre

Caton,
Ricardo
phd2012Assistant Professor, Quinsigamond CC

Defensores de la Patria: Mexico’s Army and the Nineteenth-Century Creation of the Mexican Nation

Chambers,
Kevin
phd1999

Rural Transformation Under General Stroessner

Chapman,
Jessica
phd2006Associate Professor, Williams College

Debating the Will of Heaven: South Vietnamese Politics and Nationalism in Intrnational Perspective, 1953-1956

Ching,
Erik
phd1997

From Clientelism to Militarism: The State, Politics and Authoritarianism in El Salvador, ca. 1840-1940

Cory,
Stephen
phd2002

Chosen by God to Rule: The Caliphate and Political Legitimacy in Early Modern Morocco

Cotter,
Joseph
phd1994

Before the Green Revolution: Mexican Agricultural Policy, 1920-1949

Crispin -Peralta,
Vanessa
phd2013Faculty, Long Beach City College

Children at the Edge of the Empire: A History of Childhood in Coastal California’s Pueblos and Missions, 1750-1848

Daniels,
Timothy
phd2013Assistant Professor of History, Ferrum college

“The Brazen Walles of this Kingdome:” The History of the First Year of the English Parliamentary Navy, 1642-1643

Davis,
Miriam
phd1995

The Medieval English Urban Environment: Learned Views and Popular Practices

Dawson,
Sandra
phd2007Executive Administrator of the Berkshire Conference of Women’s Historians

Islands of Leisure: British Holiday Camps in War and Peace

Delgadillo,
Charles
phd2010Lecturer, Cal Poly Pomona

Destiny and Democracy: Liberals, Reform, and U.S. Foreign Policy,1914-1941

Devoy,
Maeve
phd2011

Politicized Justice: Investigating the President from Watergate to Whitewater

Digeser,
Elizabeth DePalma
phd1996Professor, UCSB
DiMaggio,
Tiffany
ma2012
Dineen-Wimberly,
Ingrid
phd2009Channel Islands University

Mixed-Race Leadership in African America: The Regalia of Race and National Identity in the U.S., 1862-1916

Dodd,
Douglas
phd2000

Preserving Multiple Use Management: The U.S. Forest Service, the National Park Service and the Struggle for Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountain Country, 1911-1972

Dolan,
Jill
ma2015

Interpreting Los Angeles Through the Missing Built Environment

Dormady,
Jason
phd2007Associate Professor, Central Washington University

Not Just a Better Mexico: Intentional Religious Community and the Mexican State, l940-l964

Dowling,
Abigail
phd2014Assistant Professor of History, Mercer University

Landscape, Politics and Identify: Countess Mahant of Artois’ Natural Resource Management, ca. 1302-1329

Dubrulle,
Hugh
phd1999Associate Professor, Saint Anselm College

“A War of Wonders”: The Battle in Britain Over Americanization and the American Civil War

Dufault,
Olivier
phd2011Post Doc, Munich Graduate School for Ancient Studies

The Sources of Greek Alchemical Inquiry

Eardley-Pryor,
Roger
phd2014Post Doc, Munich Graduate School for Ancient Studies

The Global Environmental Moment: Sovereignty and American Science on Spaceship Earth, 1945-1974

Elliott,
Jessica Marin
phd2014Missouri State University, Department of History

The Changing Status of Converted Jews in Thirteenth and Fourteenth-Century Northern France

Emmerson,
Mark
phd2004

Francis Dutra

Emmons,
Jim
phd2002

The Limits of Late Antiquity: St. Aed mac Bricc and the Irish in Late Antiquity

Epstein,
Alexandra
phd2003

Linking a State to the World: Female Internationalists, California, and the Pacific, 1919-1939

Erickson,
Chris
phd1999

Conservative Women and Patriotic Maternalism: The Beginnings of Gendered Conservative Tradition in the 1920s and 1930s.

Ernst,
Brian
phd2014

Remembering the Danube Swabians: The Haus der Donauschwaben as Catalyst in the Formation of an Inclusive Group Consciousness, 1945-1970

Esch,
Andrew
ma2014
Espinosa,
David
phd1998

Jesuit Higher Education in Post-Revolutionary Mexico: The Iberoamerican University (1943-1971)

Espinosa,
Gaston
phd1999

Borderland Religion: Los Angeles and the Origins of the Latino Pentecostal Movement in the US, Mexico, and Puerto Rico, 1900-1945

Esselstrom,
Erik
phd2004

GAI KEI: The Japanese Consular Police in Northeast Asia, l880-l945

Esser,
Margaret
ma2009
Falck,
Susan
phd2012Director, Rancho Camulos Museum

Black and White Memory Making in Postwar Natchez, Mississippi, 1865-1935

Farzaneh,
Mateo Mohammad
phd2010Associate Professor, Northeastern Illinois University

Shi’ite Clerical Authority and Modern Politics: Mulla Muhammad Kazim Khurasani of Najaf and His Support of the Iranian Constitutional Revolution of 1906-l911

Feinberg,
Carol
phd2007

The Knowledge Traders: Psychological Experts, Political Intellectuals, and the Rise of the New Right

Fenrich,
Eric
phd2015Adjunct / Research Consultant

The Color of NASA: Racial Inclusion in the American Space Program, 1957-1978

Fernandez,
Leah
phd2012

Race and the Western Frontier: Colonizing the Imperial Valley, 1900-1948

Ferry,
Michelle
phd2009Adjunct Faculty, Long Beach City College

The Thin Red Line: Native American Culture Bearers, Memory and the Museum

Fogarty,
Richard
phd2012Associate Professor, University of Albany SUNY

Race and War in France: Colonial Subjects in the French Army, 1914-1918

Foster,
Mira Sczygiol
phd2012

German Blood – Polish Mind? Exploring the Immigration Histories of Resettlers from Poland to West Germany, 1970s -1990

Fournier,
Eric
phd2008Associate Professor, West Chester University

Victor of Vita and the Vandal ‘Persecution:’ Interpreting Exile in Late Antiquity

Frank,
Karen
phd2012Associate Professor of History, University of the Ozarks

Jewish Women and their Community in late medieval and Renaissance Perugia

Garcilazo,
Jeffrey
phd1995

Traqueros: Mexican Railroad Workers in the United States, 1871-1930

Garrett,
Valery
phd1998Peace Corps Records Officer, Peace Corps

The Final Frontier: A History of Assisted Suicide in the United States, 1938-1991

Geraci,
Victor
phd1997

Grapegrowing to Vintibusiness: A History of the Santa Barbara, California, Regional Wine Industry, 1965-1995

Gerish,
Deborah
phd1999

Shaping the Crown on Gold: Constructions of Royal Identity in the First Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099-1187

Gill,
Andrea
phd2010Editorial and Proposal Development Officer, Research Services Office, University of Toronto

“A Decent Home in a Suitable Environment”: the Struggles to Desegregate Public Housing in New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles

Gilman,
Roberta
phd2013Emeritus Lecturer at University of California Santa Barbara

Randy Bergstrom

Griffith,
Sarah
phd2010Assistant Professor, Queens University of Charlotte

Conflicting Dialogues: The Survey of Race Relations in the Trans-Pacific and the Fight for Asian American Racial Equality

Grunden,
Walter
phd1998

Science Under the Rising Sun: Weapons Development and the Organization of Science in World War II Japan

Guevarra,
Rudy
phd2000Associate Professor, Arizona State University

Mexipino: A History of Multiethnic Identity and the Formation of the Mexican and Filipino Communities of San Diego, l900-l965

Gustafson,
Stephanie
phd2000

“A Presse Full of Pamphlets:” The Printing of News in London, 1640-1642

Gutierrez,
Gabriel
phd1997

Bell Towers, Crucifixes, and Canones Violentos: State and Identity Formation in Preindustrial California

Hagen,
Tim
phd2002

Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden and the English Press: News, Foreig Policy and Popular Opinion in Early Stuart England

Hall,
David
phd2004

Amy Brown Lyman and Mormon Women’s Activism, 1872-1959

Hamblin,
Jacob
phd2001

Oceanography and International Cooperation During the Early Cold War

Harrington,
Sean
ma2013
Harris,
Bonnie
phd2009Lecturer, San Diego State University

From Zbaszyn to Manila: The Holocaust Odyssey of Joseph Cysner and the Philippine Rescue of Refugee Jews

Hattingh,
Alistair
phd2003

Cuyo and Goliath. The Province of San Juan and The Argentine Federal Government, 1930-1943

Hayden-Smith,
Rose
phd2010Academic/Editor, University of California Office of the President/UC Cooperative Extension

Sowing the Seeds of Victory: National Wartime Gardening Programs in the United States During World War I

Haynes,
April
phd2009Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Riotous Flesh: Gender, Physiology, and the Solitary Vice

Heitschmidt,
Traci
phd2003

The Quest for Uranium: Environmental and Political Effects of Soviet Mining Policy In East Germany, 1945-1967

Helffrich,
Tryntje
phd2003

“The Scepter Rests Well in the Hands of a Woman:” Faith, Politics, and the Thirty Years War

Helmrichs,
Rob
phd1997

Law, Language, and Politics in the Norman and Anglo-Norman World

Hendrickson,
Mark
phd2004

Labor Knowledge and the Building of Modern Industrial Relations, 1918-1929

Herbst Lewis,
Carolyn
phd2007Assistant Professor of History, Grinnell College

Coitus Perfectus: The Medicalization of Heterosexuality in the Cold War United States

Hirsch,
Paul
phd2013Post Doc , University of Texas, Austin

Pulp Empire: Comic Books, Culture, and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1941-1955

Ho,
Colleen
phd2013Lecturer, University of Maryland

A Sign of the Apocalypse or Christendom’s Ally? European-Mongol Relations in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries

Howes,
Rachel
phd2003

Mu’ayyad fil-Din al-Shirazi and the Fatimid Dawa in the Age of al-Mustansir

Huffaker,
Shauna
phd2008Associate Professor, University of Windsor

The Lay of the Land: Property, Gender and Household in the Development of al-Darb al-ahmar Neighborhood in Mamluk Cairo

Huneycutt,
Lois
phd1992Associate Professor of History, University of Missouri, Columbia

Another Esther in our Times: Matilda II and the Formation of a Queenly Ideal in Anglo-Norman England

Hurford,
Wendy
Ishkanian,
Judith
phd1993

Religion and Honor at Chapel Hill: The College Odyssey of William Sydney Mullins, 1840-1842

Jalil-Paier,
Hanni
phd2015Assistant Professor, Universidad Icesi

Curing the Sick Nation: Public Health in 20th Century Latin America

Jefferson, Ph.D.,
Alison Rose
phd2015Self Employed

Leisure’s Race, Power and Place: The Recreation and Remembrance of African Americans in the California Dream

Jenks,
Robert
phd1999

Governing in the Absence of Government: The Birth and Development of the United States Industrial Standards System

Jensen,
Jill
phd2011Visiting Professor, Redlands University

International Labor Standards and the Building of Two Postwar Orders: The United States and the Internaional Labor Organization, 1919-1954

Johns,
Andrew
phd2000Associate Professor of History, Brigham Young University

The Loyal Opposition: The Republican Party and the Domestic Politics of the Vietnam War, l960-l969

Keaney,
Heather
phd2003

Recollections of Regicide: Uthman ibn ‘Affan in Mamluk Memory

Kegerreis,
Christopher

Alexander of Macedon’s Age of Exploration

Kelly,
Jason
phd2004

Polite Sociability and Levantine Archeology in the British

Kester,
Matt
phd2008Associate Professor, BYU - Hawaii

Remembering Iosepa: History, Place, and Religion in the American West

Kim,
Moonsil
phd2014Assistant Professor, History Department, Rhode Island College

Food Redistribution during China’s Qin and Han Periods: Accordance and discordance among ideologies, policies, and their implementation

Koed,
Betty
phd1999

The Politics of Reform: Policymakers and the Immigration Act of 1965

Lamoree,
Lizzie
phd2012Lecturer, Cal Poly SLO

The Managed Crisis: Labor Relations and Management in California Agriculture, 1930-1980

Lampe,
Mary
phd2007

Survival and Profit: Witnessing Groups in Post-Vespers Palermo

Landeros,
Pablo
phd2013Professor, Estrella Mountain Community College

“The Birth of Her Causa: The Ideological, Construction, and Development of Comision Femenil Mexicana Nacional, Inc., 1973-1993”

Langford,
Janiene M.
ma2010
Lau,
Chrissy
phd2013Assistant Professor, Texas A&M Corpus Christi

“Loving Luxury: The Cultural Economy of the Japanese American Home, 1920s

Lemmond,
John
phd2009Pastor, Montecito Covenant Church

“The Greatest Disorder on the Earth”: Domestic Abuse in Sixteenth-Century Nuremberg

Lim,
Sunny
phd2015

Battles of the ‘B’ Longshoremen: Work Culture Changes on the West Coast Waterfront and the Meaning of Union Democracy, 1959-1980

Linn,
Jason
phd2014Lecturer, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo

The Dark Side of Antiquity: A Social History of Nighttime in Ancient Greece and Rome

Logrono,
Maria
phd2007Gender Relations NGO, Amman Jordan

The Development of Nationailst Identities in French Syria and Lebanon: A Transnational Dialogue with Arab Immigrants to Argentina and Brazil, 1915-1929

Ludolph,
Patrick
phd2014Assistant Professor of History, Georgia Gwinnett College

“Fitt for Many Imployments:” Gilbert Mabbott, the London Press, and the Working of Westminster

Lumsden,
Douglas
phd1995

“And Then the End Will Come”: Early Latin Christian Interpretations of the Opening of the Seven Seals

Maar,
Henry
phd2015Post Doc, NYC Center for the United States and the Cold Way

“The Challenge of Peace: Ronald Reagan, Public Opinion, and the Movement to Freeze the Arms Race.”

Magnusson,
Andrew
phd2014Assistant Professor, University of Central Oklahoma

Muslim-Zoroastrian Relations and Religious Violence in Early Islamic Discourse, 600-1100 C.E.

Maikov,
Yuriy
phd2016

Formation of a Borderland Culture: Myths and Realities of Cossack- Kazakh Relations in Northern Kazakhstan in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Malain,
Nikki
phd2016

The Pope and the Pirates: Piracy and Crusade in the 12th Century

Manatt,
Alan
phd2000

Luther Legalized: Imperial Politics and the Reformation, 1521-1526

Marsano,
Viviana
phd1999

“Those Who Wish for Peace Must Prepare For War:” The Ulster Volunteer Force and the Home Rule Crisis of 1912-1914

Marx-Wolf,
Heidi
phd2009Associate Professor, Department of Religion, University of Manitoba

Platonists and High Priests: Daemonology, Ritual and Social Order in the Third Century C.E.

Mason,
Alan
phd2010Medical Student, University of New Mexico

Mobilizing the Left: The Moldovan Internationalist Countermovement and the Origins of the Moldovan Civil War

McBride,
Debbie
phd1998

Benevolent Letters: Ecclesiastical Epistles to Nobles in the Early 20th Century

McCann,
Christine
phd1998

Spiritual Mentoring in late Antique and Early Medieval Europe

McDermott,
Peter
phd2002

Sir Henry Vane, Jr: The Formation of a Puritan Conscience

McDonald,
Melissa
phd1993

Labor Pains: Sex Discrimination and the Implementation of Title VII, 1964-1980

McKiernan,
Zachary
phd2014Department of History and Political Science, Hampton University

The Public History of a Concentration Camp: Historical Tales of Tragedy and Hope at the National Stadium of Chile

McLoughlin,
Nancy
phd2005Associate Professor Department of History, University of California, Irvine

Universitas, Secular-Mendicant Conflict and the Construction of Learned Male Authority in the Thought of Jean Gerson

Mead,
Karen
phd1994

Oligarchs, Doctors and Nuns: Public Health and Beneficence in Buenos Aires, 1880-1714

Miller,
Andrew
phd2003

Carpe Ecclesiam Households, Identity & Violent Communication (‘Church ‘ & ‘Crown’ under King Edward I)

Minor,
Ryan
ma2015
Moger,
Travis
phd2011

Wolfgang Koenigstein and the Reformation in Frankfurt am Main, 1520-1533

Monte,
Kim
phd2005

The Southern Pacific Railroad and the Making of Place and Commun in California

Moreno,
Marisol
phd2009

‘Of the Community, For the Community’ The Chicana/o Student Movement in California’s Public Higher Education, 1967-1973

Morgan,
Ron
phd1998

Saints, Biographers and Creole Identity Formation in Colonial Spanish America

Morrison,
Heidi
phd2009Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse

Childhood, Modernity, and Nation-Building in Egypt, 1890-1939

Mueller,
Robert
phd1993

Service to the Sovereign: A Prosopographical Study of the Royal Household, Court and Privy Council of Elizabeth I of England through an Examination of the Careers of Sir Francis Knollys, Sir James Croft and Francis Russell

Mukerjee,
Anil
phd2009Assistant Professor, United States Military Academy

Financing an Empire in the South Atlantic: The Fiscal Administration of Colonial Brazil, 1609-1703

Munro,
John
phd2009

The Anticolonial Front: Cold War Imperialism and the Struggle against Global White Supremacy, 1945-1960

Murillo,
Bianca
phd2009Associate Professor, California State University, Dominguez Hills

Market Relations: Retailing, Distribution, and the Politics of Consumption in Ghana, 1930-1970s

Nader,
Nadia
phd2011

The Memory of the Mihna in a Haunted Time: Dogmatic Theology, Neo-Mu’tazilism and Islamic Legal Reform

Nakamoto Levine,
Sharleen
phd2009Instructor, Honolulu Community College

Meanings of Maternity and Medicine for Japanese and Filipino Women on Hawai’i’s Sugar Plantations, 1919-1946: Culture, Economics, and Generation

Nemirovsky,
Damian
phd2015

Laica o Libre: The 1958 university reforms and the fight over the identity of the Argentine nation

Nenzi,
Laura
phd2004Associate Professor, University of Tennessee

The Culture of Travel in Edo Period Japan

Neo,
Peng-fu
phd2000

A Study of the “Auxiliary Texts of the Book of Changes”

Neushul,
Peter
phd1993

Science, Technology, and the Arsenal of Democracy Production Research and Development During World War II

Nolasco,
Filiberto
ma2009
O'Tool,
Mark
phd2007Technical Project Manager, Apple

Caring for the Blind in Medieval Paris: Life at the Quinz-vingts, 1250-1430

Olivera,
Elena
phd2011Admissions Evaluator, UCSB

If Only She Could Speak for Herself: Representations of a California Channel Islands Woman, 1840s-2000s

Orozco,
Monica
phd1999Director, Santa Barbara Mission Archive-Library

Protestant Missionaires, Mexican Liberals, Nationalism and the Issue of Cultural Incorporation of Indigenous Peoples

Osgood,
Ken
phd2001

Total Cold War: US Propaganda in the ‘Free World,’ 1953-1960

Oshio,
Kazuto
phd1992

Urban Water Diplomacy: A Policy History of the Metropolitan Water Supply in the Twentieth Century Southern California

Pacino,
Nicole
phd2013Assistant Professor, University of Alabama in Huntsville

Prescription for a Nation: Public Health in Post-Revolutionary Bolivia, 1952-1964

Pastrano,
Jose
phd2006

Industrial Agriculture in the Peripheral South: State, Race, and the Politics of Migrant Labor in Texas, 1890-1930

Perry,
Nathan
phd2012Lecturer California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

“The Politics of Spectacle: Ideology and Ambition in Jacobean Court Ceremonies”

Petersen,
Anne
phd2008Executive Director, Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation

Adobe Days, Lost and Found: Imagining Southern California History in San Juan Capistrano and Santa Barbara, 1870-1940

Poggo,
Scopas
phd1999

War and Conflict in the Southern Sudan, 1955-1972

Polanah,
Paulo
phd2004

Exceptionalism and the Imperial Mystique: National and Colonial Discourse, and the Forging of a Portuguese Imperial Identity, 1928-1945

Pollock,
Rosemary
ma2009
Pope,
Janet
phd1994

The Aristocratic Patronage of the English Monastic Reform, 946-1016l0l6

Proulx,
Michael
phd2007

Speculum Episcopis: History, Hagiography, and Episcopal Competition in the Works of Sulpicius Severus and Paulinus of Milan

Pryor,
Elizabeth
phd2008Assistant Professor, Smith College

“Jim Crow” Cars, Passport Denials and Atlantic Crossings: African-American Travel, Protest and Citizenship at Home and Abroad, 1827-1865

Racine,
Matt
phd2003Attorney, Daley & Heft, LLP

“A Most Opulent Iliad”: The Portuguese Occupation of Southern Morocco (l505-l542): The Fortunes of a Frontier Society

Rapp,
Ann
phd2005

A Marginalized Voice for Racial Justice: Charlotta Bass and Oppositional Politics, 1914-1960

Reaves,
Michaela
phd1996

The Farmer’s Revolt: Arms and Fraternity in California, 1870-1880

Rivera,
Alicia
phd2014Lecturer, California State Fresno

Fear of Miscegenation in the Antebellum Riots of New York 1834, Boston 1835, and Philadelphia 1838

Robertson,
Stacey
phd1994

Parker Pillsbury, Antislavery Apostle: Gender and Religion in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Radicalism

Robinson,
Jack Clark
phd2009

The Franciscan Friars of New Mexico: Three Borderlands Trails toVatican II, 1957-1985

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Building a Nation, Building a Market: Industrial Growth and the Domestic Economy in Turn of the Century Argentina

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Paul
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David
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David
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Beverly
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Jonathan
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Jennifer
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phd2009Public Hist Consultant

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Dan
phd2002

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Kristen
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Tom
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Ty
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phd2002

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phd2007

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Eric
phd2008

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Lynn
phd1998

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Kathryn
phd1999Professor of History, University of San Diego

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phd2001

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phd2000Associate Professor, Middle Eastern History, Department of History, University of North Texas

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Fiona
phd1999

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phd1994

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Danielle
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Andrea
phd2013Independent Scholar

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Brian
phd2014

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David
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Monique
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Dennis
phd2001

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Todd
phd2009Visiting Professor, Pepperdine University

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Isaiah
phd2006Associate Professor of History, Brigham Young University-Hawaii

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Sarah
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Jessica
phd2010

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Edward
phd2003

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phd2012Assistant Professor/Director, Westmont College

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Warren
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Christopher
phd2006Associate Professor, The Citadel: Military College of South Carolina

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Keith
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Hafiz
phd2006

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Ben
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