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Martin Babicz

Instructor
US HISTORY
Martin Babicz received his PhD from the University of Colorado at Boulder. His primary field of study is the Early United States. He has recently co-authored a book with Thomas Zeiler, National Pastime: U.S. History Through Baseball (American Ways Series) Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (October 1, 2017), which documents the linkages between baseball’s evolution and United States history
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Andrew DeRoche

Lecturer
US HISTORY
Education: Ph.D. University of Colorado Boulder Fields of Study: US History

Andrew Detch

Lecturer
Ph.D. University of Colorado-Boulder, 2018 - Colonial U.S. My interests focus on identity and culture in early America. I graduated from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2008 cum laude with a B.A. degree in Classics. In 2009 I graduated with an M.A. in history from Brown University with a focus on early modern Atlantic culture. I received my PhD from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2018.
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Steven Dike

Instructor
History and Honors
Education: Ph.D. University of Colorado at Boulder Fields of Study: US History Research interests include labor and working class history, intellectual history, cultural history, the history of Puerto Rico, and the history of poverty in America.
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John Hatch

Lecturer
Europe
Education: Ph.D. University of California, Irvine Fields of study: Russian History, Central and Eastern Europe

Michael Martoccio

Lecturer
Europe
Education: PhD Northwestern University Fields of Study: European History 1250-1750; Comparative State Formation; Minor Specialization in International Relations
Natalie Mendoza

Natalie Mendoza

History Post-Doctoral Associate
Natalie Mendoza is a Postdoctoral Research Associate and the project lead for the History Teaching & Learning Project (HTLP) at CU-Boulder. She earned her PhD in US history at UC Berkeley. In addition to studying the past, Natalie has an active research agenda in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History (SoTL in History), a body of literature that uses theoretical and evidence-based research to examine the discipline-specific problems...
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Peter H. Wood

Adjunct Faculty
Education: Ph.D. Harvard University Early America, African America, Native American, History of Documentary Film