Faculty by Name, All Campuses

(in alphabetical order)

Fakhreddin Azimi Storrs Modern Middle East; Iran
Peter C. Baldwin Storrs American Urban History; U.S. social history
Joel Blatt Stamford Politics and International Relations of France, Italy, and Europe, 1914-1945
Eduardo Canedo Storrs Political and economic history; 20th century United States
Paul M. Canning Hartford Modern Britain and Ireland
Jason Oliver Chang Storrs Modern Mexico, Asian Americans, Transnationalism
Christopher Clark Storrs U.S. social history; 18th and 19th century North America
Frank Costigliola Storrs Foreign Relations, Twentieth Century
Mary E. Cygan Stamford Ethnic and Racial Minorities; Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Cornelia H. Dayton Storrs Early British North America; U.S. law, women and gender, history of mental disorders and disabilities
Michael Dintenfass Storrs European Cultural History; Historiography; Economic and Business History
Alexis Dudden Storrs Modern Japan, imperialism, Korea
Jamie H. Eves Storrs U. S. Environmental and Industrial History; Early American History; Public and Local History; History of New England
Dexter Gabriel Storrs Black Atlantic, Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation, and Slavery in Popular Culture
Kenneth Gouwens Storrs European Cultural and Intellectual History, 1300-1600; Italian Renaissance
Mark Healey Storrs Modern Latin America, Environment, Cities and Citizenship
Brendan Kane Storrs Early modern Britain and Ireland; Reformation; early modern Atlantic World
Ariel Mae Lambe Waterbury Latin America and the Caribbean; Cuba; social and political movements; activism
Charles B. Lansing Storrs Modern Germany; Holocaust
Joseph McAlhany Storrs  Ancient Rome, Roman intellectual history, the classical tradition
Micki McElya Storrs 20th & 21st Century U.S., Histories of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Cultural History
Matthew McKenzie Avery Point Marine environmental history, 18th and 19th century American social history, maritime history
Judith P. Meyer Waterbury Renaissance and Reformation; Early Modern France
Melanie Newport Hartford 20th century American political and legal history; crime, policing, and incarceration in American history
Jeffrey O.G. Ogbar Storrs Twentieth Century, African-American
Sherri Olson Storrs Medieval Europe
Amii Omara-Otunnu Storrs East Africa; 19th and 20th Century Africa
Mark Overmyer-Velazquez Storrs Modern Mexico; transnational migration; U.S. Latinos
Melina Pappademos Storrs Twentieth-century Cuba, African Diaspora, Caribbean, Latin America
Shirley A. Roe Storrs History of Science; Early Modern European Intellectual
Donald W. Rogers Storrs American Legal and Constitutional History, U.S. Progressive Era, labor history and Connecticut history
Helen M. Rozwadowski Avery Point History of science, environmental history, oceans, U.S. and Britain
Ricardo Salazar Rey Stamford Latin American and Caribbean History, History of the Spanish Empire, Early Modern Atlantic Slavery, History of Slavery, History of Religion, African Studies, Early Modern History, Colonialism, Imperialism
Sylvia Schafer Storrs Modern France; sexuality; feminist theory; gender
Tom Scheinfeldt Storrs Digital humanities, scholarly open source software
Nancy Shoemaker Storrs American Indian History, Maritime History
Bradley Simpson Storrs History of Self-Determination from 1941-1991
Manisha Sinha Storrs Early American history, Southern, and African American History, Transnational Histories of Slavery, Abolition, and Feminism
Nu-Anh Tran Storrs  Vietnam War, Vietnamese history, Southeast Asian history, nationalism
Fiona Vernal Storrs Africa; 19th century South African history; Christianity in South Africa; slavery
Janet S.K. Watson Storrs Twentieth-century European cultural; modern Britain; gender
Walter Woodward Hartford Early American history, History of Connecticut
Peter Zarrow Storrs Modern China
Victor Zatsepine Storrs Chinese modern history, regionalism, and borders; Manchuria and the Russian Far East