Environmental History, History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, History of Animals, Mediterranean History, Italian Renaissance.
Early Modern Middle East, Ottoman Empire, Iran, Sunni-Shiite Divide, Sects and Sectarianism in the Middle East, Empire and Identity Formation in the Middle East
East Africa, African Diaspora, Caribbean, Decolonization, Transnational history, Intellectual and Political history, Pan-Africanism, Twentieth century
History and Theory; Semiotic Anthropology; Material Culture; Media and Communication; Historical Anthropology of the Middle Ages; Medieval Cultural Techniques; Documentary and Archival practices in the Middle Ages; Medieval France; Medieval Identity; Medieval Sign Theory; Medieval Diplomatics and Sigillography.
Global History, Early Modern and Modern Chinese History, Asian and European Islam, Religion and World History, Middle Eastern History, History of Geography, Arab-Jewish and Mizrahi History
West Africa; history of science, technology, and the environment; ethnic and state formation
Caribbean literature and culture; Spanish American Independence; the Haitian Revolution; culture and politics in the nineteenth century; the history of political thought.
Conceptual History (19th- to 21st-Century Western Europe), History of Science & Medicine, Historical Epistemology, French and German History
Histories of Religion, race, and Slavery, Colonialism and Empire in the Atlantic World, and Indigenous North America
19th & 20th century Indian history, History of Economic Thought, Political Economy, Social Theory, Historiography
Modern Germany; European Unification; Economic History and Political Economy; International Relations; Energy Policy; World War I and II.
Nineteenth Century United States, History of Slavery and Emancipation, History of Capitalism
19th-century United States; race; Civil War and Reconstruction; gender; craft of historical writing
Cultural History, Urban History, History of Knowledge, Jewish History, German History, History of Material Culture and Everyday Life
Imperial Russia; political economy; history of the modern state; history of taxation in Russia and the world; contemporary economic theory, liberalism, and neoliberalism.
Modern Southeast Asia, Vietnam; nationalism, revolution, and decolonization; civil wars; outlaws and the state; urban history
Modern Japan, Empire and Imperialism, Intellectual History, Japanese-Soviet Relations
South Asia; Middle East; East Asia; World History; Globalization; Agrarian History; Economic Development
US presidential history; intelligence and terrorism; Soviet Union and the world; US and the world; Cold War; LGBTQ and civil rights history
I specialize in recent United States history, with teaching and research emphases in environmental, American Indian, and urban and suburban history as well as the history of the American West.
Public history; history education; African-American history; cultural history; digital humanities
Soviet Union and its successors, history of the state, cultures of economic life, urban history
British history, urban history, history of science, intellectual history, historiography, twentieth century, social democracy, neoliberalism, world histories
History of gender and sexuality, cultural history, urban history, modern
Britain and its empire
20th century U.S. history, political history, business and labor history, social movements.
Atlantic History, Women's and Gender History, Early Modern Dutch Empire, Native American and Indigenous History
Modern South Asia, British Empire, Intellectual History, History of Economic Thought, History of Capitalism, Social Theory
Political and cultural history of ancien régime Europe, particularly France; the French Revolution; history of political economy; aristocratic culture and politics; international politics and international political thought in eighteenth-century Europe; the Franco-British relationship.
Nikhil Pal Singh
Race, empire, and culture in 20th-century U.S.; black radicalism and US liberalism; U.S. foreign policy.
20th century U.S. history, race, cities and suburbs, public policy, civil rights, politics.
West Africa, African Diaspora, Sahel, Mali, social history, migrations, memory, gender, slavery, French colonialism, Atlantic and Saharan race-making
Colonial Latin America; Andean region; peasant and Indian politics; Andean religion; race/ethnicity; historical imagination and political memory; Bolivian history and politics.
Early-modern Irish history; Ireland and the Atlantic world before 1800; early-modern maritime history; the overseas trade of British America; eighteenth-century urban life, particularly New York City
Modern Latin America, especially Venezuela; urban politics and social movements; oral historical and ethnographic methods
Race, gender, labor, and political economy, especially in relation to the making of modern Brazil