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Master of Arts in History

Graduate Faculty

Michael Gonzalez

Michael Gonzalez

Graduate Program Director
Associate Professor
michaelg@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4043

Office: KIPJ 269

Office Hours: Spring 2014 W 10:00-3:00; R 10:00-12:00

 

Michael Gonzalez, PhD, began teaching at the University of San Diego in 1995. He currently is director of the History Masters program.

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Thomas Barton

Thomas Barton

Associate Professor, History
barton@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4042

Office: KIPJ 266

Office Hours: Spring 2014

 

Thomas W. Barton, PhD, joined the faculty in 2007. He offers a wide sweep of undergraduate courses, including The Medieval World, The Pacific World, Europe’s Discovery and Conquest of the World, Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Spain, Renaissance Europe, and Historians’ Methods. His research concerns the social history of Europe and contacts between Europeans and non-Europeans in the medieval and early modern periods, with a current focus on the case of eastern Iberia and the western Mediterranean.

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Iris Engstrand

Iris Engstrand

Professor, History
iris@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4038

Office: KIPJ 265

Office Hours: Spring 2014

 

Iris H. W. Engstrand, PhD, is a native Californian. Engstrand’s academic honors include USD’s distinguished University Professorship; the Davies Award for Faculty Achievement; Awards of Merit from the San Diego, Southern California, and California Historical Societies, Western History Association, and Orange Coast College; fellowships from the Fulbright Commission, American Philosophical Society and Huntington Library; and the California Design Award in Historic Preservation. She is a trustee of the San Diego Natural History Museum and the San Diego Maritime Museum, past president of the American Historical Association Pacific Coast Branch and of the Western History Association. Engstrand has lived and traveled extensively in Spain and Mexico and lectures widely in both English and Spanish. She has degrees in history, with maors and minors in the fields of California, Mexico, Latin America and the Spanish Southwest history, biology and Spanish

Engstrand has recently been awarded the prestigious medal of the Order of Isabel la Católica (Isabel the Catholic -- ruler of Spain in 1492) by Juan Carlos, King of Spain, for outstanding contributions to the history of Spain in the Americas.

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James O. Gump

James O. Gump

Professor, History
gump@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7787

Office: KIPJ 267

Office Hours: Spring 2014 Is on sabbatical

 

James O. Gump, PhD, has been a member of the faculty since 1981. He currently serves as an associate dean in the College of Arts and Sciences. In the History Department, Gump offers undergraduate courses on war and peace in the modern world, history of Africa, rise and fall of apartheid, and modern Europe. His research focus is comparative, South African, and Native American history, with special interests in ethnic conflict, state-sponsored violence, and transitional justice.

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Sarah Levin-Richardson

Sarah Levin-Richardson

Assistant Professor
slr@sandiego.edu
619-260-4041

Office: KIPJ 290

Office Hours: Spring 2014 MWF 1:30-2:30 Thurs 2:00-4:00

 

Sarah Levin-Richardson, PhD, joined the department in 2012. She offers courses in ancient history, including surveys of ancient Mediterranean civilizations and upper-level courses in Greek and Roman history. Levin-Richardson’s research explores gender and sexuality in the Roman Empire through graffiti, literature, art, and architecture, with a particular focus on the city of Pompeii. She has excavated at Pompeii, in the Roman Forum, and on Crete, and currently serves on the steering committee of the Women’s Classical Caucus.

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Clara Oberle

Clara Oberle

Assistant Professor, History
oberle@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7813

Office: KIPJ 278

Office Hours: Spring 2014 T 10:35-12:05 R 10:35-2:05

 

Clara M. Oberle, PhD, has been a member of the History department since 2008. She offers courses on modern Europe, Eastern Europe, and Germany. Further teaching interests include World War II, women in history, and urban history. Her research focus is on Berlin, on post-catastrophe cities, and on German history, with special interests in migrations, comparative military occupations, urban planning and housing, as well as the interplay between law and memory.

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Kenneth P. Serbin

Kenneth P. Serbin

Professor, History
kserbin@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4037

Office: KIPJ 263A

Office Hours: Spring 2014 T/R 8:00-9:00; 10:35-12:05

 

Kenneth P. Serbin, Ph.D., professor and chair in the Department of History, served as vice president, president, and immediate past president of the Brazilian Studies Association (2004-2010). He also was the co-chair of the Brazil Section of the Latin American Studies Association from 2003-2006.

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Kathryn Statler

Kathryn Statler

Professor
kstatler@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4652

Office: KIPJ 271

Office Hours: Spring 2014

 

Kathryn C. Statler, PhD, has been a member of the faculty since 1999. She is the coordinator of the Peace and Justice Studies minor. Statler offers undergraduate courses on the Vietnam wars, U.S. foreign relations, history of France, peace and justice studies, and armed conflict and American society. Her research focus is international and multidisciplinary, with an emphasis on alliance politics and cultural diplomacy.

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Yi Sun

Yi Sun

Associate Professor, History
ysun@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-6811

Office: KIPJ 270

Office Hours: Spring 2014 TR 4:00-6:00 W 5:30-6:30

 

Yi Sun, PhD, has been a member of the History Department at USD since fall 1997. She teaches a number of undergraduate courses on East Asian history and U.S.-East Asia Relations. Currently she also serves as the coordinator for the Asian Studies Minor program. Her research interests include Chinese women and modernization, Sino-American relations, and globalization. She has served on the executive board of several academic organizations, including the AsiaNetwork, Chinese Historians in the United States and the Association of Third World Studies, and presently is the associate editor of the Asian section for the Journal of Third World Studies.

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