Front Row (L to R): José Deustua, Mark Voss-Hubbard, Jinhee Lee, Newton E. Key, Joy Kammerling. Second Row: Sace Elder, David K. Smith, Anita Shelton, Edmund Wehrle. Third Row: Nora Pat Small, Lynne Curry, Michael H. Shirley, Lee E. Patterson, Debra A. Reid. Back Row: Jonathan Coit, Martin Hardeman, Roger B. Beck, Terry A. Barnhart, Charles W. Titus, Bailey K. Young. (Not pictured: Ralph Ashby, Charles R. Foy, Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz, Brian Mann, Patricia Miller, Rick Riccio, James Schwartz)
- Terry A. BARNHART (PhD, Miami, OH 1989; prof.) U.S. social and cultural, local, museum studies, historical intepretation. Email.
- Roger B. BECK (PhD, Indiana 1987; prof.) Africa, Third world, world, 20th-century world. Email.
- Lynne CURRY (PhD, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1995; prof.) U.S. 20th century, women, legal. Email.
- José R. DEUSTUA (PhD, Sorbonne University, Paris, 1989; prof.) Latin American, Andean. Email.
- Sace ELDER (PhD, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2002; assoc. prof.) Modern Germany, 19th and 20th Century European social and cultural. Email.
- Charles R. FOY (PhD, Rutgers University 2008; asst. prof.) Early American History, Atlantic History, African-American History, Slavery in the Americas, Maritime History. Email.
- Martin HARDEMAN (PhD, Chicago 1992; assoc. prof.) 19th-century U.S., African American, Civil War and Reconstruction, U.S. South. Email.
- Joy KAMMERLING (PhD, Illinois, Chicago 1994; assoc. prof.) Renaissance and Reformation, early modern Europe. Email.
- Newton E. KEY (PhD, Cornell 1989; prof.) British Isles, early modern Europe. Email.
- Bonnie LAUGHLIN-SCHULTZ (PhD, Indiana 2009; asst. prof. and Social Science Teaching Program Coordinator) 19th-century U.S., women, Civil War era and Civil War memory, social sciences & history education. Email.
- Jinhee LEE (PhD, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2004; assoc. prof.) East Asia, modern Japan, Korea, global, violence, imperialism, colonialism, postcolonialism, ethnic conflict, migration. Email.
- Brian MANN (PhD candidate, Texas, Austin; asst. prof.) Modern Middle East, 19th- & 20th-century Iran, Khuzistan, nationalism, imperialism, urbanization, social movements. Email.
- Lee E. PATTERSON (PhD, Missouri-Columbia 2003; assoc. prof.) Ancient Greece, Rome, and Near East, political uses of myth, Roman Armenia. Email.
- Debra A. REID (PhD, Texas A&M 2000; prof.) Rural, African American, material culture, public/museum studies. Email.
- Anita SHELTON (PhD, Washington 1986; assoc. prof. & chair) East Europe, Russia, modern Europe. Email.
- Nora P. SMALL (PhD, Boston U 1994; assoc. prof. & Historical Administration graduate coordinator) American architecture, historic preservation, 19th-century U.S. social and cultural. Email.
- David K. SMITH (PhD, Pennsylvania 1995; prof.) France, early modern Europe. Email.
- Mark VOSS-HUBBARD (PhD, Massachusetts, Amherst 1997; prof.) U.S. political and social, political thought, Jacksonian America, Civil War. Email.
- Edmund WEHRLE (PhD, Maryland, College Park 1998; prof. & graduate coordinator) U.S. labor, international relations. Email.
- Bailey K. YOUNG (PhD, Pennsylvania 1975; prof.) Medieval, France, archaeology. Email.
- Ralph ASHBY (PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago 2003) French Revolution, Napoleon, Military, World. Email.
- Jonathan COIT (PhD, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2004) U.S., race and racism, cultural and intellectual. Email.
- Patricia MILLER (MA, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1972; instr.) Historic preservation, museum administration. Email.
- Rick RICCIO (MA, Arizona 1977; instr.) Museum exhibits. Email.
- James SCHWARTZ (PhD, Wayne State University, Detroit) Email.
- Michael H. SHIRLEY (PhD, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1997; asst. prof. & History and History with Social Science certification undergraduate advisor) Social science education, Britain, modern Europe, Japan. Email.