Profiles in "American Social and Cultural History" Expertise Area

  • Pag├ín, Arizona State University's Bob Stump Endowed Professor of History, was born and raised in the Phoenix area and began his college career at Mesa Community College.
  • Fessenden is the Steve and Margaret Forster Professor in the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies, and the Director of Strategic Initiatives in the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict.
  • Calvin Schermerhorn is a historian of capitalism, slavery and African American inequality. He offers graduate and undergraduate courses and advises honors and graduate students.
  • Gilkeson has taught American cultural and intellectual history at ASU since 1991.
  • Enloe began teaching at ASU in 2001, and continues to teach a wide variety of online history courses with an emphasis on social and cultural issues within American History.
  • Baldwin teaches courses such as U.S. History since 1865.
  • Renee D. James is the Curator for Greater Arizona Collection. She is responsible for acquiring published, manuscript, and archival resources, and engaging in outreach activities.
  • Doctoral student, History, SHPRS. Historian of the modern American Southwest, American Indians, culture, and land use.