Profiles in "European History" Expertise Area

  • Warnicke has published numerous books and articles on Tudor women, especially queenship, including both monarchs' consorts and hereditary queens regnant.
  • Wright is a historian of modern Europe, specializing in the history of political thought in the era of the Enlightenment and the American and French Revolutions.
  • Manchester specializes in 19th and 20th century Russian history. Her current research interests include ethnic return migration, diaspora culture, oral history, and autobiographical narratives.
  • Victoria Thompson focuses on the social and cultural history of Paris, France in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
  • Toth is an historian of modern Europe with a specialization in the history of crime and punishment in modern France and the Francophone world.
  • Clay studies the religious history of Russia and Eurasia, the Eastern Christian tradition, confessional identities, new religious movements and the spiritual marketplace in the Russian Empire and its successor states.
  • Currently, Neill is studying the concept of “liberty of conscience” as it evolved from the Reformation to the First Amendment.
  • Dr. Stoff specializes in Russian, East European, women's and gender history and studies, and the history of war and society, with a specific focus on the First World War and revolution in Russia.
  • 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.