Art History: Textile history, textile technology, indigenous textiles of the Americas, museum curatorship, exhibition curatorship
U.S. History: 19th & 20th century social history, crime & legal history, digital research & pedagogy, women & Gender Studies.
U.S. History: World War I, World War II, Naval History, National Parks. On-line web based history.
Art History: Costume history
History of Engineering; History of Science; History of Technology; Naval history; Military history; History of the American Revolution; History of the Scientific Revolution; Latin American history; Naval architecture; Naval ship design; Defense acquisition; Systems engineering; Complex systems management
Art History: American furniture, studio furniture, history of craft
Art History: American and British cultural history (with a special focus on dining customs and table-settings), silver, ceramics
Art History: American material culture
European History: British Empire, modern Mediterranean, architecture
Archives, Recordkeeping, History of Information, Historical Audiovisual Materials
European History: Aerospace history and the history of technology
Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century European Art
European History: Britain, Ireland, 19th and 20th century Europe, Anglo-American relations
European History: Byzantium, Crusades, social history, historiography
Art History: 19th- and 20th-century American and European visual culture.
U.S. History: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century American History, History of Education and Knowledge Institutions, Civil Societies, History of Science and Technology, and the Old South
Art History: History of glass, Louis Comfort Tiffany, American art pottery
European History: The British Empire, Nationalism, Early Modern Europe, Public History
European History: Modern Germany, Modern Europe, War and Society, Historiography
European sculpture and the decorative arts from the 16th through the 18th centuries
European History: Irish history and art history
History of glass, ancient to modern; studio and contemporary glass; stained glass, Louis C. Tiffany and Frederick Wilson