Johnathan O'Neill

Chair, History · Georgia Southern University

Johnathan O'Neill researches constitutionalism and American conservatism in the twentieth century, with emphasis on legal history.

U.S. Constitutional History American Constitutional and Legal History American Political Thought Legal History of the U.S.

Paul Ortiz

Director · University of Florida

Paul Ortiz works in the fields of African American history, Latino studies, Social Movement Theory, U.S. history and documentary studies.

Unites States South Social Movement Theory Labor Studies African Diaspora African American History

Jessica Millward

Associate Professor of History and African American Studies · UC Irvine

Her research focuses on comparative slavery and emancipation, African American history, gender and the law.

Anti-Black violence African American History Humanities U.S. History Juneteenth

Jason Sellers

Associate Professor · University of Mary Washington

Jason R. Sellers is a cultural and environmental historian of 17th-and 18th-century North America interested in landscapes and bodies.

Environmental History Native American History Colonial North America

Tricia Wachtendorf

Director / Professor, Disaster Research Center / Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice · University of Delaware

Prof. Wachtendorf expertise lies in the social, organizational, and decision-making aspects of disasters.

evacuations Multi-organizational coordination and responses in disasters Transnational crises Improvisation and adaptation Community-based approaches to preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation

Tracy Sharpley-Whiting

Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Distinguished Professor of African American and Diaspora Studies · Vanderbilt University

Expert in comparative Black cultural movements and African American literature and culture.

African American Literature African American History Black Culture African American Diaspora

Michael A. Genovese

Professor of Political Science and International Relations, President of Global Policy Institute at LMU, Loyola Chair of Leadership Studies, Director of Institute for Leadership Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

American Politics The American Presidency Law and Presidential Power British Politics

Dana Elizabeth Weiner

Associate Professor, History Department · Wilfrid Laurier University

US Historian, expert on African American history, activism, debates over rights, citizenship in the US to 1880.

United States History US History Early US History 19th Century US History US Race

Andrew G. Hill

Administrative Coordinator · West LA College, Office of Academic Affairs

Wherever you are, give your fullest to the fullness of life and the fulfillment of justice.

Student Activities Student Development Black Achievement & Academic Issues African American Culture African American History

Allyson Poska

Professor · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Poska is an internationally known expert on the history of women in early modern Europe and colonial Latin America.

Smallpox Vaccination Spanish History Latin American History Women's History

Constance Chen

Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Asian American History 19th- and 20th-Century United States Transpacific Exchanges Empire and Colonialism Comparative Race and Gender

Bill Watkins

Author · Travelingpoet.net

Life without Alcohol!! Recovery with comedy, poetry and music

Latin American History Poetry Native American History Living in Balance One Day at a Time Alcoholic Recovery

Mia Moody-Ramirez, Ph.D.

Professor · Baylor University

Dr. Moody-Ramirez is a nationally known expert on mass media representations of minorities, women and other underrepresented groups

Race, Class, and Culture Pop Culture New Media Writing for Media Markets Historical Stereotypes in Social Media

Randall Curren

Professor of Philosophy · University of Rochester

Randall Curren is an ethicist who works across the boundaries of moral, political, legal, environmental, and educational philosophy.

Ethics of Sustainability Moral Psychology Ancient Greek Philosophy patriotic education

Dexter Gabriel, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of History · University of Connecticut

Dexter Gabriel's research interests include the history of slavery, resistance, and freedom in the Black Atlantic.

Abolition and Emancipation Slavery in Popular Culture Slavery Black Atlantic

Thomas Schwartz

Distinguished Professor of History · Vanderbilt University

Historian of U.S. foreign policy, international relations and U.S. presidencies.

Henry Kissinger American Foreign Relations Modern European History International Relations History of U.S. Foreign Policy

Margarita R. Ochoa

Associate Professor and Associate Chair of History · Loyola Marymount University

Department of History, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Indigenous Histories Colonial Latin American History Women, Family, and the Law in Colonial Latin America Race, racial mixture, racial classifications in colonial Latin America Mexican Revolution of 1910

James Hudnut-Beumler

Anne Potter Wilson Distinguished Professor of American Religious History · Vanderbilt University

Expert in the history of religion in the American South.

Religion and philanthropy History of religion in the U.S. Religion in the American South Religious symbolism in the U.S.

Christian Appy

Professor of History and Director of the Ellsberg Initiative for Peace and Democracy · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Christian Appy has written three books on the Vietnam War and heads the Ellsberg Initiative for Peace and Democracy

The Vietnam War Whistle-blowers Daniel Ellsberg U.S. Foreign Policy 20th and 21st Century U.S. History

Paul Kramer

Associate Professor of History · Vanderbilt University

Expert in modern U. S. history, with an emphasis on transnational histories, American social thought and the politics of inequality.

Refugees Immigration U.S. History Foreign Policy