U.S. History: Early America to 1820, U.S. Women and Gender, Marriage and Divorce
African American History, Community Development, the Built Environment, New Media, New South, Public History, Interpretation
U.S. History: 20th century, policy history, foreign affairs, immigration, state development
U.S. History: 20th century U.S. military and diplomatic history, U.S. Cold War foreign policy, U.S.-Afghan relations and the bureaucratic state.
World History: World History (Central & Eastern Europeanist, Ottomanist), Material Culture, New Media.
U.S. History: 19th & 20th century social history, crime & punishment, digital history & research methods, women's history, Gender & Women's Studies
U.S. History: Early America, Native American history, public history, memory, digital history
U.S. History: Early America to 1820, Slavery, Women and Gender, Health and Medicine, Digital History
U.S. History: Indigenous histories, Gilded Age and Progressive Era, world's fairs, digital history, public history
U.S. History: Cultural History, Digital History, Public History
U.S. History: history of the American home, household technology, daily life in the United States, gender and work, feminism and anti-feminism
World War II; the Holocaust; European History
Twentieth century U.S. history, LGBT culture, African American history, urban nightlife
U.S. History: Political Culture in the Early American Republic
U.S. History: Cultural history, history of technology, space history, war and society, Cold War, science fiction, space colonies, civil defense, race, gender, identity formation, memory studies.
European History: Early Modern Europe, France, Ottoman Empire, Mediterranean, and Christian-Muslim relations.
U.S. History: Atlantic World, colonial and revolutionary America, British Caribbean, public and digital history
U.S. History: late-nineteenth and twentieth-century U.S. history, women and gender, fitness culture, digital history
war of 1812, gender history, digital history
American and British government
20th Century U.S. History, U.S. and the World, Military History, War Crimes, The World Wars, Imperial Japan
US history, digital history and pedagogy, visual culture, disability history
U.S. History: Early American history; early modern history; political culture; history of religion
U.S. History: Early America, slavery, women and gender, digital history, public history
U.S. History: African American public history, digital history, history/social studies education, history of educational institutions
US History: American religious history, 19th-century cultural history, digital humanities