PhD Student Bios



  • Benjamin Brands

    Benjamin Brands

    U.S. Army, Professional Military Education, Professionalization, American Civil War

  • Jordan F Bratt

    Jordan F Bratt

    U.S. History: 19th century religious history, mormon history, digital history

  • Justin M. Broubalow

    Justin M. Broubalow

    U.S. History: 20th century, policy history, foreign affairs, immigration, state development

  • Brandan P Buck

    Brandan P Buck

    U.S. History: 20th-century U.S. political, sectional, and diplomatic history, U.S.-Afghan relations, digital history, the national security state, the American Right, antiwar activism, anti-imperialism, and isolationism.


  • Laura Crossley

    Laura Crossley

    U.S. History: Indigenous histories, Gilded Age and Progressive Era, world's fairs, digital history, public history



  • Mika Endo

    Mika Endo

    U.S. History: Virginia History, American Indian History, 20th Century U.S., and Museum Studies



  • Anthony E. Guidone

    Anthony E. Guidone

    U.S. History: 18th Century History, 19th Century History, Global History, Social History, Cultural History


  • Pearl Harris-Scott

    Pearl Harris-Scott

    World History: East Asia, Sub-saharan Africa, Empire and Gender in the 19th and 20th centuries

  • Caitlin Hartweave

    Caitlin Hartweave

    U.S. History: Gender and gender-non-conformity in the 18th century Atlantic world


  • Hayley Madl

    Hayley Madl

    North American Indigenous History, Community Engaged Indigenous History, Digital History, Digital Reconstruction and Memory

  • Brian D. Medley

    Brian D. Medley

    U.S. History: Navassa Island and the guano empire (yes, those are things). Broad interests include the long nineteenth-century; expansion and empire; national security.

  • Luz Adriana Mueller




  • Noreen Sait
  • Tom Seabrook

    Tom Seabrook

    U.S. History: My interests include memory, technology (especially the built environment), and local history.

  • Greta Swain

    Greta Swain

    U.S. History: Early America, slavery, women and gender, digital history, spatial history, public history


  • Rachel Anne Whyte

    Rachel Anne Whyte

    U.S. History: Indigenous History, Public and Digital History, Museum Studies