Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University, 2002
Mokhiber teaches, researches and writes about the cultural history and legacy of colonialism in Africa and in Europe. A former Fulbright fellow to North Africa, Mokhiber's recent publications and ongoing research projects examine French arts policies during the colonial period. Other published work reflects his long experience teaching world history at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. A current project, involving both graduate and undergraduate student researchers, critically examines the transnational explorer Henry Morton Stanley's transformative experience of New Orleans, the Mississippi and the wider United States, prior to his famed travels in Africa. Drawing on his experience working on documentary films for broadcast on public television, Mokhiber is currently producing a historical documentary and undertaking other public history projects.
Mokhiber serves as the Director of the International Studies Program, its BA/major, minors and, in concert with the Department of History, an accelerated Master of Arts in History (Concentration in International and Global History).
- Modern Africa: 1830-Present – HIST 2702
- African History and Film – HIST 4991
- Modern France – HIST 4368
- Historical Thought and Writing – HIST 6001
- Seminar in World History – HIST 6201
African, French, Colonial, World, Cultural