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
Art History: American furniture, studio furniture, history of craft
U.S. History: Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War, Nineteenth Century United States, Military History, Antebellum South, Public History, Archival Research Methods
U.S. History: American popular and visual culture, holidays and leisure, advertising, fairs and expositions
Art History: American and British cultural history (with a special focus on dining customs and table-settings), silver, ceramics
Art History: American material culture
World History: British Empire, modern Mediterranean, architecture
European History: Archives, Recordkeeping, History of Information, Historical Audiovisual Materials
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.
Art History: History of glass, Louis Comfort Tiffany, American art pottery
The British Empire, Nationalism, Early Modern Europe, Public History
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