Michaela (Míša) Appeltová

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2020–22)
PhD'19 (modern European history) University of Chicago

Research Interests

Modern East Central Europe; gender, sexuality, and the body; disability history; oral history methodology; colonialism and Eastern Europe.


Evelyn Atkinson

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences, Law, Letters and Society (2021–23)
PhD'21 (US history) University of Chicago

Research Interests

History of the corporation, legal history, constitutional law, history of capitalism, history of the long nineteenth century, history of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, tort law


Zachary Barr

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2021–23)
PhD'21 (modern European history) University of Chicago

Research Interests

Nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Central Europe; Habsburg Austria; history of science; history of philosophy; historical epistemology; history of scientific communication; popular science and science popularization; Ernst Mach


Charles Bégué Fawell

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2021–23)
PhD'21 (modern European history) University of Chicago

Research Interests

19th and 20th-century Europe in global perspective; France and the French Empire; sovereignty, infrastructure, and international shipping; migration and the politics of mobility; race, labor, and capitalism in colonial contexts; masculinity and military history.


Alexander Hofmann

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2021–23)
PhD'21 (US history) University of Chicago

Research Interests

Nineteenth- and twentieth-century United States; history of the American South; cultural, social, and political history; race and racism; gender and sexuality; violence; science, medicine, and the body; mass and visual culture; collective memory; public history


Erin McCullugh

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2021–23)
PhD'21 (Caribbean & Atlantic World History) University of Chicago

Research Interests

History of Brazil; Latin American history; slavery and emancipation in the Americas; the transatlantic slave trade; the Atlantic World; race and racism; the history of gender and sexuality


Colin Rydell

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2020–22)
PhD'20 (British history) University of Chicago

Research Interests

Early modern Britain; transnational food pathways, consumption, and commodity history; colonial America and the Atlantic World; alternative agriculture