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Faculty

  • Christina Adcock, Assistant Professor of History and Canadian Studies
    (Ph.D., University of Cambridge). Cultural and Environmental History of the Modern North American Arctic.
  • Richard Blanke, Professor
    (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley). Modern Europe, especially Germany, Russia, and eastern Europe.
  • Jay A. Bregman, Professor
    (Ph.D., Yale University). Ancient, intellectual and jazz history.
  • Jacques Ferland, Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator
    (Ph.D., McGill University). Colonial Canadian, Franco-Canadian and Native American history.
  • Nathan Godfried, Adelaide & Alan Bird Professor
    (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison). U.S. 20th-century history, popular culture.
  • Alexander Grab, Adelaide & Alan Bird Professor
    (Ph.D., UCLA). Modern Italian, 18th- and 19th-century European, Middle East history.
  • Angela Haas, Visiting Assistant Professor
    (Ph.D. Binghamton University). Religious and Cultural History of Early Modern France.
  • Richard W. Judd, McBride Professor of History and Department Chair
    (Ph.D., University of California, Irvine). Maine, U.S. 19th-century, labor and environmental history. Editor, Maine Historical Society Quarterly.
  • Michael Lang, Associate Professor
    (Ph.D., University of California, Irvine). Modern Europe, intellectual history, international relations
  • Ngo Vinh Long, Professor
    (Ph.D., Harvard University). Chinese, Japanese, Southeast Asian history.
  • Elizabeth McKillen, Professor
    (Ph.D., Northwestern University). U.S. foreign relations and trans-national labor history, nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
  • Stephen M. Miller, Professor
    (Ph.D., University of Connecticut). British Empire, Military History, South Africa.
  • Micah Pawling, Assistant Professor
    (Ph.D., University of Maine), Native American Studies, U.S. History.
  • Liam Riordan, Associate Professor
    (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania). Colonial American, Revolutionary era history.
  • Scott W. See, Libra Professor
    (Ph.D., University of Maine). Canadian, Canadian-American history, Northeast Borderlands.
  • Howard P. Segal, Adelaide & Alan Bird Professor
    (Ph.D., Princeton University). U.S. 20th-century, science and technology history.
  • Maureen E. Smith, Associate Professor, Director-Native American Studies
    (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) Native American history, Diversity Across the Curriculum.
  • Janet K. TeBrake, Lecturer
    (Ph.D., University of Maine). Modern Irish, European and Women’s history.

Affiliated Faculty

  • Gregory P. Gallant, Research Associate Professor
    (Ph.D., University of Maine). U.S. 20th-century political history.
  • Wayne O’Leary, Research Associate Professor
    (Ph.D., University of Maine). New England fisheries.
  • Warren C. Riess, Research Associate Professor
    (Ph.D., University of New Hampshire). Darling Marine Center. Colonial American, Revolutionary era, maritime history and archaeology.
  • Carol N. Toner, Research Associate Professor
    (Ph.D., University of Maine). Division of Lifelong Learning. U.S. Labor and Women’s history, Maine history.

Emeriti

  • William J. Baker, Professor Emeritus
    (Ph.D., Cambridge University [UK]). Modern British, European and sports history.
  • Robert H. Babcock, Professor Emeritus
    (Ph.D, Duke University). Canadian, Canadian-American relations and North American labor history.
  • John F. Battick, Associate Professor Emeritus
    (Ph.D., Boston University). Maritime, early modern European and British history.
  • Jerome J. Nadelhaft, Professor Emeritus
    (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison). Colonial American, Revolutionary era history.
  • William H. TeBrake,  Professor Emeritus
    (Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin). Medieval European environmental and social, Netherlandic history.