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College of Arts & Sciences
Department of History

Faculty Directory

Name Research Interests Phone Number Email
Christine Caldwell Ames European Medieval, Religious (803) 777-2734
Andrew Berns Jewish history, Renaissance Italy and Spain. (803) 777-4216
Thomas J. Brown 19th-Century America (803) 777-2341
Matt D. Childs Atlantic World, Latin American, Caribbean, African Diaspora (803) 777-3189
Saskia Coenen Snyder Modern Jewish History (803) 777-7472
Bobby J. Donaldson American South, African American, Public History (803) 777-6282
Don H. Doyle U.S. 19th century, international, Civil War (803) 777-6068
Kathryn Edwards Renaissance, Reformation, European Sociocultural (803) 777-7326
Jessica Elfenbein American urban, public history, history of philanthropy (803) 777-3282
Lacy K. Ford, Jr. U.S. since 1789, American South (803) 777-5195
Kent Germany Modern U.S., American South, Politics, African American (803) 777-9587
Josh Grace African history (803) 777-2679
Carol E. Harrison Modern Europe, France, Gender and Religion (803) 777-6107
Wanda A. Hendricks U.S., Women, African American (803) 777-2184
Woody Holton Early American history, American Revolution, economic history (803) 777-7611
Martine Jean Latin America (803) 777-4205
E. Gabrielle Kuenzli Modern Latin America, Andes (803) 777-2872
Thomas Lekan Modern Germany, Environmental History, Urban History (803) 777-5928
Daniel C. Littlefield Colonial America, African American (803) 777-0810
Valinda Littlefield African American, African American Education, African American Women (803) 777-2747
S. P. MacKenzie World War II, War and Cinema, Modern Warfare (803) 777-5195
Allison Marsh Public History, History of Technology, Tourism (803) 777-0041
Nicole Maskiell Early US history, Comparative Native and African American Slavery, and Atlantic World 803-777-5195
Matthew Melvin-Koushki Early Modern Islamic Intellectual and Cultural History, Occult Sciences, Iran (803) 777-2905
Warren Milteer U.S. History, Early America, 19th-Century U.S., American South, Free People of Color, Race, Slavery, Native America 803-777-6282
Joseph A. November Biomedical History, History of Computing, U.S. History (803) 777-5152
Elena Osokina Russia, Soviet Union (803) 777-4578
Dinyar Patel Modern Indian history, the Indian nationalist movement, Indian architecture and city planning, Bombay (Mumbai), Gujarat, the Parsi Zoroastrian community, Zoroastrianism 777-5195
Adam M. Schor Ancient Mediterranean History (803) 777-1690
Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff American Cultural History, American Studies, Race and Ethnicity (803) 576-5817
Mark M. Smith Slavery, 19th-Century U.S., American South (803) 777-6362
David J. Snyder U.S. History and U.S. Foreign Relations (803) 777-6394
Marjorie J. Spruill U.S. History, Women and Gender, American South (803) 777-2927
Patricia A. Sullivan Modern U.S., African American, Civil Rights (803) 777-2766
Robert R. Weyeneth Public History, Historic Preservation, African-American Heritage Preservation, American Social and Environmental History. (803) 777-6398
Colin Wilder Digital history, German history, history of capitalism, history of European legal and political thought 803-777-5195
Yulian Wu Material culture, gender history, and luxury consumption in late imperial China (1300-1800) (803) 777-5195