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Ben Chappell image
Associate Professor, Currently on Leave
785-864-2236
213M Bailey Hall, Room 213M

Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin

 

Jacob Dorman
Associate Professor
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3613 Wescoe Hall, Room 3613

Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles

Also appointed in History.

Assistant Professor
Ruben Flores image
Associate Professor
785-864-2303
213M Bailey Hall, Room 213M

Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley

Full Professor
785-864-5373
211 Bailey Hall, Room 211

Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin

Also appointed in African and African-American Studies.

Randal Jelks image
Professor, On leave Spring 2015
785-864-9476
213N Bailey Hall, Room 213N

Ph.D. Michigan State University

Also appointed in African and African-American Studies.

Associate Professor
785-864-5569
11A Bailey Hall, Room 11A

Ph.D. University of Illinois

Also appointed in African and African-American Studies.

Cheryl Lester image
Associate Professor
785-864-2503
3068 Wescoe Hall, Room 3068

Ph.D. SUNY - Buffalo

Also appointed in English.

David Roediger
Professor, Foundation Distinguished Professor
785-864-2309
Bailey Hall
image of Sherrie Tucker on a motorcycle
Professor, On leave Spring 2015
785-864-2305
213-G Bailey Hall, Room 213-G

Ph.D. University of California, Santa Cruz


Alison Field's comparative analysis in @AmericanStJourn is well worth reading
American Studies Journal
in AMSJ Vol. 54, No. 1 (2015): 53–66, Alison Fields' essay, "Narratives of Peace and Progress: Atomic Museums in Japan and New Mexico," explores how "both museums influence how this history will be passed down to future generations"..."narratives that seek to contain atomic trauma are always precarious and incomplete..."

Alison Field's comparative analysis in @AmericanStJourn is well worth reading http://t.co/60eqeyZegi


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