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Graduate Faculty

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
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
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
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
Sung Shin Kim
Sung Shin Kim, Ph.D., Professor, History
Barnes Hall, 307, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: East Asian history (China and Korea)
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
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
Tamara Spike
Tamara Spike, Ph.D., Interim Associate Department Head
Barnes Hall, 319, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Latin America, Ethnohistory
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
Alexander Wisnoski
Alexander Wisnoski, III, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, History
Strickland Academic, 206, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Latin American History, Early Modern World

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