Faculty

  • Lila Corwin Berman (PhD Yale 2004) – American Religious History and Modern Jewish History; Director, Feinstein Center for American Jewish History
  • Seth C. Bruggeman (PhD College of William & Mary 2006) – Memory, Material Culture, Public History
  • Bettye Collier-Thomas (PhD George Washington 1974) – 19th and 20th Century African American, U.S. Social and Cultural History, Women and Religion
  • Kenneth Finkel (MA Temple University 1978) – Philadelphia History, American Art, History of Photography, History of Architecture
  • Travis Glasson (PhD Columbia 2005) – Britain, Atlantic
  • Petra Goedde (PhD Northwestern 1995) – 20th-Century U.S., Foreign Relations, Gender, Cultural Globalization
  • Peter Gran (PhD Chicago 1974) – Middle East, Comparative and Political Economy
  • Andrew Isenberg (PhD Northwestern 1993) – American Environmental, American West, 19th-Century U.S.
  • Wilbert L. Jenkins (PhD Michigan State 1989) – African American
  • Rita Krueger (PhD Harvard 1997) – Habsburg, Modern Eastern Europe, European Gender
  • Kenneth L. Kusmer (PhD Chicago 1980) – U.S. Social, Race and Ethnicity, Recent America, Media and Society
  • Peter Lavelle (PhD Cornell, 2012) –Late Imperial and Modern China, Environmental
  • Jay B. Lockenour (PhD Pennsylvania 1995) – Modern Europe, Germany, European Military
  • Hilary Iris Lowe (PhD Kansas 2010) – U.S. Literary and Cultural History, Public History
  • Alan McPherson (PhD UNC Chapel Hill 2001) – U.S. Foreign Relations, U.S.-Latin America Relations, Global
  • Harvey Neptune (PhD New York 2002) – Transnational, African Diaspora, Modern Latin America
  • Dieu T. Nguyen  (PhD Aix-en-Provence 1986) – Southeast Asia
  • Monica Ricketts (PhD Harvard) – Spanish Empire, European Imperialism, Colonial Latin America
  • Jessica Roney (PhD Johns Hopkins, 2009) – Colonial America, Philadelphia
  • Eileen Ryan (PhD Columbia 2012) – European Expansion, Italy
  • Bryant Simon (PhD North Carolina 1992) – 20th-Century U.S., Urban, Popular Culture
  • Howard Spodek (PhD Chicago 1972) – South Asia, Urban
  • Benjamin Talton (PhD Chicago 2003) – Modern Africa; Imperialism and Resistance; African Diaspora
  • Teshale Tibebu (PhD SUNY Binghamton 1989) – African History; Comparative History; World History
  • Kathleen Uno (PhD California, Berkeley 1987)  Japan, Asia; Social, Comparative; Asian America
  • Gregory J. W. Urwin (PhD Notre Dame 1984) – U.S. and British Military History, 18th-20th centuries
  • Ralph F. Young (PhD Michigan State 1971) – Dissent in America, 20th-CenturySocial/Cultural, Civil Rights

Associated Faculty

  • Terence Christian (Ph.D. University of Glasgow 2014)- Military History, Aviation History and Archaeology, Material Culture
  • Joseph S. Foster (Ph D Temple 1989) DPAA Post-Doctoral Fellow, – Early American, Revolution & Early National, Pennsylvania
  • Margery N. Sly (MA, MS, Case Western Reserve University), CA, FSAA, Director, Temple University Libraries Special Collections, Archives Management

Emeritus Faculty

  • Kathleen Biddick (PhD Toronto 1982) – Medieval Europe, Gender, Historiography and Historical Methods
  • William W. Cutler III (PhD Cornell 1968) – U.S. Education
  • Allen F. Davis – U.S. Intellectual and Cultural, Women, Public
  • Barbara Day-Hickman (PhD California, Irvine 1986) – France, Cultural
  • Michael M. Eisman (PhD Pennsylvania 1971) – Greece, Ancient
  • Herbert Ershkowitz – 19th-Century U.S., Political
  • Philip Evanson – Brazil, Latin America
  • James Hilty (PhD Missouri 1973) – 20th-Century U.S.
  • Richard H. Immerman (PhD Boston College 1978) – U.S. Foreign Policy, Grand Strategy, 20th-Century
  • Susan Klepp (PhD Pennsylvania 1980) – Colonial America, Women, Social
  • Howard Ohline – U.S. Early National
  • Harriet Pass Freidenreich (PhD 1973) – Jewish History, Women’s History, Jewish Women, European Women, Eastern Europe, Yugoslavia, Vienna
  • Arthur Schmidt (PhD Indiana University) – Latin American History