Back to Top
Skip to Site Search Skip to Utility Nav Skip to Top Nav Skip to Left Nav Skip to Content
Close Main Menu

Faculty & Staff

History - Anthropology - Philosophy

William Balco
William Balco, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Anthropology, Anthropology Coordinator, Dahlonega Campus
Barnes Hall, 327, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Anthropology, Archaeology
Jonathan Beall
Jonathan Beall, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History
Barnes Hall, 302, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Military History
Lorraine Buchbinder
Lorraine Buchbinder, Lecturer, History
Strickland Academic, 194, Gainesville
Paul Buell
Paul Buell, Ph.D., Part Time Faculty
Area(s) of Expertise: Mongols, Central Asia, China, Japan, Korea, Indian Ocean, Age of Exploration, Medieval Europe
Michael Buseman
Michael Buseman, Ph.D., Lecturer
Faculty Center, 705, Oconee
Area(s) of Expertise: American history, Appalachian history
Erin Bush
Erin Bush, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Barnes Hall, 325, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: U.S. History, Digital History, Crime & Punishment, Gender Studies
Richard Byers
Richard Byers, Ph.D., Professor, History
Barnes Hall, 311, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: German history, Southeast Asia, modern Europe, holocaust/genocide, aviation history, world history
Dexter Christian
Mr. Dexter Christian, Part Time Faculty
University Center 400, 285, Cumming
Area(s) of Expertise: History of philosophy, ethics, logic, social/political philosophy
Yi Deng
Yi Deng, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Philosophy
Barnes Hall, 330, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Political and Social Philosophy, Ethics, Chinese Philosophy
Geran Dodson
Geran Dodson, Part Time Faculty
Elizabeth Eubanks
Elizabeth Eubanks, Part Time Faculty
Dee Gillespie
Dr. Dee Gillespie, Professor, History
Strickland Academic, 122, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: U.S. history , southern history, women's history, African-American history
Thomas Greene
Thomas Greene, Assistant Professor
Strickland Academic, 141, Gainesville
James Grindeland
James Grindeland, Ph.D., Lecturer, Philosophy
Strickland Academic, 205, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Philosophy of Mind, Metaphysics, Epistemology
Phillip Guerty
Phillip Guerty, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History
Strickland Academic, 120, Gainesville
Patrick Hightower
Mr. Patrick Hightower, Lecturer, History
Barnes Hall, 321, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Environmental history, U.S. history
Victoria Hightower
Victoria Hightower, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History
Barnes Hall, 328, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Middle east history, Persian Gulf history, pearl trade, gender studies, environmental history, nationalism, heritage studies
Christopher Jespersen
Christopher Jespersen, Ph.D., Dean, College of Arts & Letters
Barnes Hall, 318, Dahlonega
Joseph Johnson
Joseph Johnson, Part Time Faculty
George Justice
George Justice, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer
Classroom Building, 317, Oconee
Area(s) of Expertise: American South, Constitutional History, Political History , Georgia History, Nationalism
Ric Kabat
Ric Kabat, Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Arts & Letters
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4120, Gainesville
Jonas Kauffeldt
Jonas Kauffeldt, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History
Strickland Academic, 121, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: History of the Middle East
Sung Shin Kim
Sung Shin Kim, Ph.D., Professor, History
Barnes Hall, 307, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: East Asian history (China and Korea)
Glen Kyle
Glen Kyle, Part Time Faculty
Strickland Academic, 179, Gainesville
Cornelia Lambert
Cornelia Lambert, Ph.D., Lecturer, History
Strickland Academic, 176, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: History of science and medicine
Johanna Luthman
Dr. Johanna Luthman, Professor - History
Strickland Academic, 217, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: British Tudor and Stuart history (1500s and 1600s), gender history, history of love, sex, and marriage
Timothy May
Timothy May, Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Arts & Letters, Professor of Central Eurasian History
Barnes Hall, 314, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Mongol Empire, Mongolia, Central Eurasian history, Islamic history, the Crusades
Diane McEwan
Ms. Diane McEwan, Lecturer, History
University Center 400, 272, Cumming
Area(s) of Expertise: World and U.S. history
Robert McFarland
Robert McFarland, Part Time Faculty
Augustine Meaher
Augustine Meaher, Ph.D., Part Time Faculty
Area(s) of Expertise: Modern Military History, British Imperial History
Howard Moore
Howard Moore, Part Time Faculty
Heather Murray
Heather Murray, Senior Lecturer, History
Strickland Academic, 176, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: New South social history, Appalachian history, WWII American home front, public history/museum studies
Steven Nicklas
Steven Nicklas, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Anthropology
Strickland Academic, 140, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Archeology and Anthropology
Robin O'Day
Robin O'Day, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology
Barnes Hall, 303, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Cultural Anthropology, specialization in Japanese culture
Clay Ouzts
Clay Ouzts, Ph.D., Professor, History
Strickland Academic, 149, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: American History, Environmental History, Environmental Studies
Jeff Pardue
Jeff Pardue, Ph.D., Department Head
Strickland Academic, 126, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: 19th c. Britain & Empire, Slavery, Caribbean, Atlantic World
Renee Bricker
Renee Bricker, Ph.D., Professor, History
Barnes Hall, 329, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: citizenship as democratic participation, using social media to politically engage, torture, religious reformations, Tudor-Stuart British history
John Pitts
John Pitts, Ph.D., Part Time Faculty
Student Resource Center, 560, Oconee
Area(s) of Expertise: History of science, history of medicine, military history
Michael Proulx
Michael Proulx, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History
Barnes Hall, 305, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Roman History, Ancient Greek History, Late Antiquity, Medieval Europe, Early Christianity
Warren Rogers
Warren Rogers, Ph.D., Professor, History
Faculty Center, 705, Oconee
Area(s) of Expertise: History, Reconstruction
Katherine Rohrer
Katherine Rohrer, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Barnes Hall, 309, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: 19th and 20th c. U.S. South, Race Relations, Women's History, Religion
John Romero
John Romero, Assistant Professor
Barnes Hall, 323, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Russian History, Role of nations, Nationalism in European History
Julie Scott
Julie Scott, Program Specialist
Barnes Hall, 317, Dahlonega
Robert H. Scott
Robert H. Scott, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Philosophy
Blue Ridge
Barnes Hall, 303, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Phenomenology, environmental ethics, History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Technology
Pam Sezgin
Pam Sezgin, Ph.D., Professor, Anthropology
Student Resource Center, 524, Oconee
Area(s) of Expertise: Anthropology; World History; Museum Studies; Social History and Culture of the Late Ottoman Empire; History and Cultures of the Balkans and Anatolia; Sephardic Jewish Culture and Music; Historic Preservation
Tamara Spike
Tamara Spike, Ph.D., Interim Associate Department Head
Barnes Hall, 319, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Latin America, Ethnohistory
Jessica Taylor
Jessica Taylor, M.A., Part Time Faculty
Strickland Academic, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: World History
Ann Tucker
Ann Tucker, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Strickland Academic, 208, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: U.S. history, southern history, Civil War era, transnational history, nationalism
Barry Whittemore
Barry Whittemore, D.A., M.Div., Senior Lecturer
Barnes Hall, 321, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Appalachian history, american history, religious history
Kurt Windisch
Kurt Windisch, Lecturer
Student Resource Center, 560, Oconee
Alexander Wisnoski
Alexander Wisnoski, III, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, History
Strickland Academic, 206, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Latin American History, Early Modern World
George Wrisley
George Wrisley, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Philosophy
Strickland Academic, 205, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Philosophy, Metaphysics (the relationship between language and ontology in particular), Philosophy of Language, Ethics, Wittgenstein, Buddhism, Nietzsche
Ben Wynne
Ben Wynne, Ph.D., Professor, History
Strickland Academic, 123, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: History of American South, Southern history, Antebellum American History, Civil War history

UNG follows Section 508 Standards and WCAG 2.0 for web accessibility. If you require the content on this web page in another format, please contact the ADA Coordinator.

Back to Top