History Faculty

Connie Atkinson, Ph.D.Connie Zeanah Atkinson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Co-Director, Midlo Center for
New Orleans Studies
University of Liverpool

LA 121

Local and Regional, Popular Music,
U.S. Cultural

Midlo Center

Gunter Bischof, Ph.D.Gunter Bischof, Ph.D.
Director, CenterAustria
Harvard University


LA 101 & LA 196

American & European Diplomatic, 20th Century, Central Europe

Center Austria Website

Nikki Brown, Ph.D.Nikki Brown, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Director of Undergraduate Studies in History
Yale University


LA 109

The American history survey, African American, U.S. Women, African American Women, American intellectual, African American intellectual, and Black Comedy as Social Commentary.

Robert Dupont, Ph.D.Robert Dupont, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chair
Louisiana State University


LA 135

United States history, urban history, history of public works, film and history

Col. Allan Millett, Ph.D.Col. Allan Millett, Ph.D.
Director, Eisenhower Center
Ohio State University


LA 113

American Armed Forces, Military Policy, Military Innovation, and America's 20th century wars

Mary Niall Mitchell, Ph.D.Mary Niall Mitchell, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Co-Director, Midlo Center for New Orleans Studies
New York University


LA 151

U.S. South, Slavery & Emancipation, Nineteenth-Century Cultural History, Visual Culture

James Mokhiber, Ph.D.James Mokhiber, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Johns Hopkins University


LA 125

African, French, Colonial, World, Cultural

Andrea Mosterman, Ph.D.Andrea Mosterman, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Graduate Coordinator in History
Boston University


LA 111

Atlantic History, African Diaspora, Early America, Pre-Colonial Africa, Slavery and Slave Trade


History Emeriti

Ida Altman, Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University, Latin America. University Research Professor, 1982 to 2006 Professor of History, University of Florida, 2006 to present
Email: ialtman@history.ufl.edu

Warren M. Billings, Ph.D., Northern Illinois University, 1968 Early America Distinguished Professor

Gerald P. Bodet, Ph.D.,
Tulane University
Phone: (504) 280-1204
E-mail: gbodet@uno.edu

Raphael Cassimere, Jr., Ph.D., Lehigh University, 1971, Seraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Professor, American Constitutional and African-American History
Email: rcassime@uno.edu

Michael D. Clark
, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1965; Professor, US Intellectual History

Willerd R. Fann
, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1965; Associate Professor, Early 19th Century Europe, Prussia, Modern Germany


Arnold R. Hirsch, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, 1978
Email: ahirsch@uno.edu

Jerah Johnson, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1963

Gordon H. Mueller, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1969

John T. O'Connor, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1965; Professor, Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Europe, French Revolution and Napoleon

William R. Savage, Ph.D., University of Chicago 1969; Professor, Twentieth-Century Europe, France, Social Radicalism

William H. Stiebing, Ph.D., The University of Pennsylvania, 1970,  Ancient, Archaeology,
Early Christian

Historians in the Midst of Catastrophe - Reflections of the University of New Orleans's Department of History After Katrina (pdf)