Profiles in "19th Century U.S. History" Expertise Area

  • O'Donnell is the author of books exploring religion, culture, and politics in early America. She writes and teaches about American history, the Atlantic World, and Catholicism.
  • Calvin Schermerhorn is a historian of capitalism, slavery and African American inequality. He offers graduate and undergraduate courses and advises honors and graduate students.
  • 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.
  • Van Cleave is the Director of Online Programs for SHPRS and an Associate Clinical Professor of History.
  • Dupey is a historian of capitalism in the 19th century U.S. and the program lead for the North American track in the History Online MA at ASU. He holds a secondary appointment in medical humanities at the Creighton University Medical School Phoenix.
  • Brown is a public historian and a scholar of African American literature and culture.