Robert Buffington

Associate Professor • Women & Gender Studies
Education: Ph.D., University of Arizona Department: Women and Gender Studies Fields of interest: Histories of crime and sexuality in Mexico and Latin America

Ann Carlos

Professor & Associate Dean for Social Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences • Economics Department
Education: Ph.D., University of Western Ontario Department: Economics Fields of interest: Economic History, Development of Early Capital Markets, Economic History of Native Americans

Brian Catlos

Professor • Religious Studies
Education: Ph.D., University of Toronto Department: Religious Studies Fields of interest: Christian-Muslim-Jewish relations; Medieval Mediterranean; ethno-religious minorities

Peter Hunt

Professor • Classics Department
Education: Ph.D., Stanford University, Department: Classics Fields of interest: Warfare and society, slavery, historiography, oratory

Daryl Maeda

Associate Professor • Ethnic Studies Department
Education: Ph.D., Princeton University Department: Ethnic Studies Fields of interest: Asian American history and studies, comparative ethnic studies, radical social movements, the 1960s and 70s, transnational culture

Carole McGranahan

Associate Professo • Anthropology Department
Education: Ph.D., University of Michigan Department: Anthropology Fields of interest: Colonialism & empire, history & memory, power & politics, refugees & citizenship, nationalism, gender, war

Danika Medak-Saltzman

Assistant Professor • Ethnic Studies Department
Education: Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley Department: Ethnic Studies Fields of interest: Visual culture, Native histories, Red feminisms, cultural studies, comparative Japan/US colonial histories

Carol Shiue

Associate Professor • Economics Department
Education: Ph.D., Yale University Department: Economics Fields of interest: Economic History, Economic Development

Núria Silleras-Fernández

Assistant Professor • Spanish & Portugese
Education: Ph.D., Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain) Department: History Fields of interest: Cultural and intellectual history, and literature in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, Europe, and the Mediterranean

Seema Sohi

Assistant Professor • Ethnic Studies Department
Education: Ph.D., University of Washington Department: Ethnic Studies Fields of interest: Transnational political movements, radicalism, Asian American history