Katie J. Hickerson

Instructor (2018–21)

Research Interests

African history; Middle Eastern history; race and ethnicity; religion; imperialism in East and Central Africa; the global nineteenth century; visual and material culture


Jaewoong Jeon

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2019–21)
East Asia-Korea, 2011

Research Interests

East Asian history, especially Korea and Taiwan; capitalism and colonialism; sociocultural theory


Colin Jones

Visiting Professor

In Residence during Spring 2020

 

Research Interests

Social and cultural history of eighteenth-century France and the French Revolution; the history of medicine; the history of Paris; physiognomy and caricature


Christopher Kindell

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2019–21)
US pre-1900, 2012

Research Interests

Nineteenth- and twentieth-century history of the United States and the Pacific World; Hawaii; the American West; Australia; race, racism, and racial ideologies; indigeneity, migration, and settlement; public health and medicine; science and technology; urbanization and commerce; cartography; visual and material culture


Nicholas Kryczka

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2019–21)
US 1900–Present, 2013

Research Interests

Urban history; history of education; migration; civil rights and desegregation; the middle class; race and ethnicity; nativism; neighborhoods; gentrification; oral history; K–12 history education


Emily Masghati

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2019–21)
US 1900–Present, 2013

Research Interests

African American history; history of the US South; US intellectual history; history of social science; philanthropy; education; urban history


Alastair McClure

Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Fellow

Research Interests

Modern South Asia, legal history, the British Empire, violence, gender history, anitcolonial and nationalist thought


Justin Niermeier-Dohoney

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2018–20)
PhD'18 (history of science) University of Chicago

Research Interests

Early modern science; early modern Britain and the Atlantic world; natural history; environmental history; alchemy; astrology and astro-meteorology; cornucopianism and utopianism; pre-Linnaean taxonomy; science and religion; deep history; the anthropocene and climate change in historical context


Adam Lynd Rowe

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2018–20)
PhD'18 (US history) University of Chicago

Research Interests

United States history; intellectual history, political history and the history of political thought; war and society; the Civil War and Reconstruction


Erika Tschinkel

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2018–20)
PhD'18 (modern European history) University of Chicago

Research Interests

Modern European intellectual history; modern European philosophy, especially political and social theory; Weimar Germany; human rights ideas in modern European philosophy; human rights law and international treaties; international humanitarian law and humanitarianism