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Foundation Distinguished Professor Director, Center for Military, War, and Society Studies Military and US society; War and Society; History of Gender and Sexuality; Recent US History. Langston Hughes Associate Professor Indigenous Studies; US History Associate Professor Director of Undergraduate Studies Modern Middle East; Gender and Sexuality; Dress and Body Culture; Imperialism in Africa and the Middle East. Professor Department Chair Early Modern Europe; Spain. Associate Professor Associate Chair Twentieth-century Europe (Germany, France and Italy); Mobility; Environment; Technology; Leisure; Consumerism; Empire Roy A. Roberts Distinguished Professor Modern U.S. History Dean's Professor of History Cultural History of Gender, Sexuality, the Body, and the Senses; Modern France, Britain and America; European Intellectual and Cultural History. Interim Director, Museum Studies Program Associate Professor of History & American Studies African American History/Studies; American Freedom Movements; Black Freedom & Resistance; Oral History & Historical Methods; Social Movements; Digital History; Black Digital Humanities Professor Modern China and East Asia; the history of the Republic of China under the KMT both in China and on Taiwan; nation and state-building projects in the areas of science and the economy, academia, and ideology. Assistant Teaching Professor Modern U.S. History; American Cultural and Intellectual History; The Great Depression; Sports and Movies Hall Distinguished Professor of American History Environmental History; North American West; Borderlands; United States Associate Professor History of the U.S. and the World (1776-2001); Modern U.S. History; the U.S. and the "Third World;" Global Poverty, Social Policy, Social Reform. David Pittaway Professor in Military History 20th century warfare; World War II; the Cold War; the Korean War; the Vietnam War; operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Associate Professor African history; comparative black history; social and cultural history; gender studies. Professor Modern U.S. History; Cultural and Intellectual History; History of Education; Public Health; Religion; Evolution; Sexuality. Assistant Professor Executive Director, Western History Association North American West; Great Plains; U.S. Women and Gender; Native American and Indigenous History Lecturer African History; Gender and Sexuality Professor Premodern Japan; Social and Cultural History; Food History; Traditional Performing Arts. Associate Professor, Hall Professor of British History Foundation Distinguished Professor Race, Ethnicity, Labor, 19th Century U.S. Multi-Term Lecturer Religion in the US, US History, Scriptural Interpretation, Conservative Evangelicalism, American Studies, Economics, Neoliberalism, Race and Religion, 20th Century US; Ancient World with a focus in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Mesopotamia, Biblical Studies Associate Professor Director of Graduate Studies Mexico, Central America, Caribbean; intellectual and social history of race; African Diaspora in Latin America; ethnohistory of Mesoamerica. Associate Professor Director, Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies Editor, The Russian Review Modern Russia, Eurasia, and the Soviet Union; Global and International History; Migration and Diaspora; the Cold War and its Legacies Associate Professor History of Technology, Aviation History, History of Regulation, American Political Development, Anti-monopoly, U.S. History Associate Teaching Professor Modern European History Professor History of Women, Gender and Sexuality in Spain; European Women's History from the 1600s to the Present; Feminist Theory; Gender and Sexuality, Transgender History. Associate Professor History of Gender and Race in African American and Native American Education; History of Kansas; United States History; Women's History; Citizenship and American Identity; Race and Gender Relations; Identity Development in the African Diaspora Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, School of Social Welfare Associate Professor 19th and 20th century Eastern Europe; Poland; modern Europe; urban and cultural history; speed and transportation technologies.