College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Costanzo, Susan E., PhD, Russian/Soviet, Europe.
Danysk, Cecilia A., PhD, Canada.
Diehl, Peter D., PhD, Medieval, Ecclesiastical, Social.
Eurich, S. Amanda, PhD, early modern Europe, France and European social history.
Friday, Christopher C., PhD, Pacific Northwest, U.S. West, immigration and labor, race and ethnicity.
Garfinkle, Steven J., PhD, ancient Near East and Mediterranean, historical theory and methods.
Helfgott, Leonard M., PhD, modern Middle East and modern Europe.
Hochstetler, Laurie, PhD, U.S. colonial.
Jimerson, Randall C., PhD, archives and records management, 19th-century U.S.
Kennedy, Kathleen A., PhD, U.S. women’s history, political history.
Leonard, Kevin A., PhD, U.S. West.
Lopez, A. Ricardo, PhD, Latin America
Mariz, George, PhD, European intellectual history, Great Britain.
Neem, Johann N., PhD, Early U.S. Republic.
Stewart, Mart A., PhD, 19th-century U.S., Civil War and Reconstruction, Environmental.
Thompson, Roger R., PhD, China.
Wright, Diana E., PhD, Japan.
Friesen, Kitty, paper conservator, Archives.
Kurtz, Anthony, MA History with a certificate in Archives & Records Management.
Steele, Ruth, MA History with a certificate in Archives & Records Management, MA (Hons) History, University of Edinburgh.
The program prepares students to: 1) enter doctoral programs or pursue other advanced academic training in history; 2) teach at the secondary or community-college level, and 3) assume positions as researchers, writers, teachers and curators in a variety of public and private settings
Admission to graduate status and to graduate courses requires completion of an undergraduate major in history or the permission of the department. Applicants must also complete the general section of the Graduate Record Examination prior to admission to the program.
Admit Quarter: Students are generally admitted only for the academic year, not summer.
TA Deadlines: April 1 for all program specializations.
- In addition to the Graduate School application requirements, all history applicants must submit a brief statement of purpose and goals, and a writing sample, such as a research paper or similar example of writing ability