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Current Graduate Students

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Dissertation topic

Advisors

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Quentin Adams

adamsquentin15@yahoo.com

Early Modern England, Religious History and Religious Minorities, Medieval Church, Ottoman Empire

"Popular Laudianism? The Practice, Reception and Impact of English Arminianism in the Province of York, 1618-1640"

Catherine Patterson

Sally Vaughn

Todd Romero

 

 

Anna Marie Anderson

amanderson.uh@gmail.com

20th Century U.S., war and society, WWII prisoners of war, racism and anti-Semitism

Brothers in Arms? Racism and Anti-Semitism in the Prisoner of War Camps of World War II Europe

Nancy Beck Young

Sarah Fishman

Leandra Zarnow

Linda Reed

William Taylor

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Laura Bernal

Laura.Bernal53@gmail.com

oral history, labor history, public history, environmental history

Brownwood: Remembering Baytown's Hidden Neighborhood (MA Thesis)

Monica Perales

Eric Boutin-Bloomberg

Eric Boutin-Bloomberg

enboutin-bloomberg@uh.edu

Website

North American West, U.S.-Canada borderlands, race, nineteenth century

 

Mark Goldberg

 

 

 

 

Heather Butina-Sutton

hbutina-sutton@uh.edu

Atlantic World, Brazil, women and gender, religion, slavery

Philip Howard

 

Ramiro Contreras

rcontreras5@uh.edu

Website

20th Century U.S., Mexican American Agency, Houston

H-Town Mexicanas: Ethnic Mexican Women in Houston From 1900-1960

Guadalupe San Miguel

Nancy Young

Cynthia Orozco

Thomas Doser

Thomas Doser

tcdoser@uh.edu

Modern U.S., urban/suburban history, environmental history, race and ethnicity, immigration, public history

 

Martin Melosi

Monica Perales

 

 

Lindsay Drane

Lindsay Drane

lndrane@uh.edu

Website

United States, 20th Century Political History, Food Studies, Women and Gender History, Oral History

Too Poor To Eat: A Socio-Political History of Food Stamps in the United States, 1964-1996

Nancy Beck Young

Leandra Zarnow

Monica Perales

James Schafer

 

Brian Evans

 

Jonathan Fairchild

jrfairchild@uh.edu

Website

Native American Studies, 19th century U.S., Borderlands, Race and Ethnicity, Oral History

They Intend to Conduct Us Out of Their Country: The Choctaw Diaspora

Todd Romero

Raúl Ramos

Mark Goldberg

Matthew Finnie

Matthew Thomas Finnie

mtfinnie@uh.edu

Website

Ancient Mediterranean and African history, Anicent Greek religious history, Pre-Islamic Trans-Saharan environmental history, World history pedagogy and theory

The Dry Bones Speak: Hero Cult and the Staging of Heroes in Ancient Athens

Frank Holt

Kristina Neumann

Kairn Klieman

Casey Dué Hackney

Gary Girod

Gary Girod

ggirod@uh.edu

Modern Britain, Modern France, labor history, women and gender, social history, WWI

The Rise of the Information State: Domestic Surveillance in Britain and France during World War I

Karl Ittman

Sarah Fishman

 

 

 

Kimberly R. Goodling

 

Francesca Guerri

 

Patrick Higgins

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Paula Davis Hoffman

pauladhoffman@gmail.com

Miami's Cuban-exile community

Rise of the Chongas: How Loud and Lipsticked Cubanitas Burned Their Community’s Racial, Sexual, and Class-Based Pedestal to the Ground

Monica Perales

Philip Howard

Derek Ide

Derek Ide

daide@uh.edu

Website

Modern Arab World, Palestine, Egypt, transnational political movements

 

Abdel Razzaq Takriti

 

 

 

 

Kevin Johnson

Alex La Rotta

Alex La Rotta

alarotta@uh.edu

Website

Modern U.S., cultural, ethno-racial, music, public history

Young, Gifted, and Brown: The History of San Antonio's West Side Sound

Monica Perales and Mark Goldberg (co-advisors)

Raúl Ramos

Oliver Wang

Gary Hartman

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Karla A. Lira

kalira@uh.edu

Website

United States-Mexico morderlands, Great Depression, 20th-century U.S., social history

Mark Goldberg

 

Taylor Mankin

 

Eric McDonald

ejmcdonald2@uh.edu

Atlantic World, Slavery, Violence, early-modern Caribbean

Violent Identities: Elite Masculinity and Anglo-American Slavery in Seventeenth Century Barbados

Todd Romero

Catherine Patterson

Matthew Clavin

 

Ela Miljkovic

Ela Miljkovic

emiljkovic@uh.edu

Latin America, Mexico, environmental history, urban studies, history of technology and science, cultural history, oral history

The Air Particles We Breathe: The Rise of Polluted Mexico City and its Transborder Effects

John Hart

Kristin Wintersteen

Monica Perales

Emily Wakild

 

Curtis C. Mooney

ccmooney@uh.edu

Website

U. S. History, History of Medicine

From Moral to Immoral Treatment: The Failure to Fund the Treatment for the Seriously Mentally Ill in Texas and the Nation 1861-2018

Hannah Decker

James Schafer

Gianncarlo Muschi

Gianncarlo Muschi

gmmuschihoyos@uh.edu

Immigration, Latin America, U.S. History, Labor History, Cultural Studies

From Factory Workers to Owners: Informality, Entrepreneurship, and the Development of the Peruvian Community of Paterson, New Jersey

Natalia Milanesio

José Angel Hernández

Kristin Wintersteen

 

Mallory Neil

Mallory Neil

mneil@uh.edu

Great Britain, Edwardian society, Franco-British relations, world's fairs, women and gender

Exhibiting 1908: Politics and Society of Twentieth-Century Britain at the Franco-British Exhibition

Karl Ittman

Sarah Fishman

Todd Romero

 

 

Emiliano Orozco

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Xandria Outing

xandria.outing@gmail.com

modern Europe, modern England, royal familes, women's history

Sarah Fishman

 

Alex Paul

Alex Paul

aypaul@uh.edu

United States, First World War society and culture, race and ethnicity, immigration

 

James Schafer

 

 

 

 

Timothy Quevillon

trquevillon@uh.edu

Modern U.S., race/ethnicity/immigration, American Jewish history, Israel/Palestine

“Jabotinsky and Postcolonial Identity in Howard Beach and Houston: The Kahana Family and Diverging Applications of Revisionist Zionism to the American Racial Struggles of the 1960s”

Mark Goldberg/Leandra Zarnow

Abdel Razzaq Takriti

Tony Michels

 

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Allison Sáenz

ansaenz@central.uh.edu

Twenteith-century US, immigration, public history, race and ethnicity, Latina/o history

Monica Perales

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Bryan Salazar

bryan9230@gmail.com

 

 

 

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Tara Sewell-Lasater

tlsewell@uh.edu

Website

Ptolemaic Egypt, queens, and numismatics; Greco-Roman World; gender in Antiquity

Becoming Kleopatra: Ptolemaic Royal Marriage, Incest, and the Path to Female Rule

Frank Holt

Kristina Neumann

Francesca Behr

Elizabeth Carney

 

Patrick Sheffield

pjsheffield@uh.edu

Modern Britain, Modern Europe, technological and environmental history, urban studies, business history

Imperial Oil and Suburban Science: The Sunbury Research Station and the growth of high-tech industry in the Thames Valley, 1917-1967

Karl Ittman

Martin Melosi

Sarah Fishman

Tyler Priest

Timothy Vale

Timothy Vale

tevale73@gmail.com

20th-century U.S., history of American medicine, LGBT history

Crimson Legacy: AIDS Patients and Gay Male Sexuality in America Since 1980 (title still in progress)

James Schafer

Eric Walther

Leandra Zarnow

 

Darah Vann

Darah Vann

dpvann@uh.edu

Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Ancient Greece, Roman Republic, Late Antiquity

Rape and Imperialism: Rome's Violent Conquest of Land and Bodies

Frank Holt

Kristina Neumann

 

 

 

Ezell Wilson

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Alberto Wilson III

alberto.wilson3@gmail.com

Website

20th-century US, Latino/a, US-Mexico borderlands, US and the world

Investigation of the shared social and cultural life of El Paso and Ciudad Juárez during the mid-twentieth century 

Monica Perales

Raúl Ramos

Abdel Razzaq Takriti