History Department
History Department

List of Ph.D.s awarded in the 1990s, with current positions when available.


John William Allgood: Independent Scholar, McKinney, Texas
Dissertation: "Britain's Final Decade In South Arabia: Aden, The Federation And The Struggle Against Arab Nationalism"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis

Peter Evans Austin: Associate Professor, St. Edward's University, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Baring Brothers And The Panic Of 1837"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis and John McCusker

Manu Belur Bhagavan: Professor, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, New York, N.Y.
Dissertation: "Higher Education and the Modern State: Negotiating Colonialism And Nationalism In Princely Mysore And Baroda"
Supervised by: Gail Minault

Stephen David Bosworth: Adjunct Professor, Central Texas College, Killeen, Texas
Dissertation: "A True State Of Crisis: Coal Workers, The State, And The Politics Of Energy In Chile, 1902-1938"
Supervised by: Jonathan Brown

James Dee Clark: Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebr.
Dissertation: "The History of the Iranian Province of Azerbaijan, 1848-1914"
Supervised by: Hafez Farmayan

Geoffrey Alan Cunfer: Professor, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
Dissertation: "Common Ground: The American Grassland, 1870-1970"
Supervised by: Alfred Crosby, Jr. and Myron Gutmann

James Paul Grehan: Professor, Portland State University, Portland, Ore.
Dissertation: "Culture And Consumption In Eighteenth-Century Damascus"
Supervised by: Abraham Marcus

Paul Mark Hagenloh: Associate Professor, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y.
Dissertation: "Police, Crime And Public Order In Stalin's Russia, 1930-1941"
Supervised by: Charters Wynn

Harold Lawrence Langfur: Associate Professor, The University at Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y.
Dissertation: "The Forbidden Lands: Frontier Settlers, Slaves, and Indians in Minas Gerais, Brazil, 1760-1830"
Supervised by: Richard Graham

Brian Richard Larkin: Professor, College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University, Collegeville, Minn.
Dissertation: "Baroque and Reformed Catholicisim: Religious and Cultural Change in Eighteenth-Century Mexico"
Supervised by: Ann Ramsey and Susan Deans-Smith

John Robert Ledbetter
Dissertation: "Developing Mexico: Negotiating The Ambitions Of The United States And Mexico, 1945- 1952"
Supervised by: Michael Stoff, Robert Divine

Mitchell Brian Lerner: Associate Professor and Director of the Institute for Korea Studies, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Dissertation: "The Lonely Bull: The Pueblo Incident and American Foreign Policy"
Supervised by: Michael Stoff and Robert Divine

Paul Michael Lucko: Professor and Chair, Murray State University, Murray, Ky.
Dissertation: "Prison Farms, Walls, and Society: Punishment and Politics in Texas, 1848 - 1910"
Supervised by: Norman Brown

Joseph Todd Moye: Professor and Director of the Oral History Program, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas
Dissertation: '''Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired': Social Origins and Consequences of the Black Freedom Struggle in Sunflower County, Mississippi, 1945- 1986"
Supervised by: David Montejano

Mitylene Morrison Myhr: Associate Professor, St. Edward's University, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Apostles And Mothers: The Company Of St. Ursula In Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Bordeaux, France"
Supervised by: Myron Gutmann

Leah Madge Young Renold: Associate Professor, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
Dissertation: "Hindu Identity At Banaras Hindu University 1915-1947"
Supervised by: Gail Minault

Joanna Beth Swanger: Professor, Earlham College, Richmond, Ind.
Dissertation: "Lands Of Rebellion: Oriente And Escambray Encountering Cuban State Formation 1934- 1974"
Supervised by: Aline Helg


Melissa Ann Langley Biegert: Editor, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Woman Scout: The Empowerment of Juliette Gordon Low, 1860-1927"
Supervised by: Robert H. Abzug

Linda Sue Boxberger: Researcher/Writer/Consultant, Mother Maryam Foundation, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Conflicts of Interests, Contests of Ideals: Change in the Quayti and The Kathiri Sultanates of Hadramawt, 1880s-1930s"
Supervised by: Abraham Marcus

Alexandra Kelly Brown: Grant Coordinator, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dissertation: '''On the Vanguard of Civilization': Slavery, the Police, and Conflicts between Public and Private Power in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, 1835-1888"
Supervised by: Richard Graham

Thomas Francis Clarkin: Associate Professor, San Antonio College, San Antonio, Texas
Dissertation: "The New Trail and the Great Society: Federal Indian Policy during the Kennedy-Johnson Administrations"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Laura Elizabeth Hague: Instructor, Austin Community College, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "The Beautiful Society: Environmental Policy During the Lyndon Johnson Years"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

David Paul Haney: Professor, Austin Community College, Austin, TX
Dissertation: "Democratic Ideals, Scientific Identities, and the Struggle for a Public Sociology in the United States, 1945-1962"
Supervised by: William H. Goetzmann

Richard Scott Harris, Vice President, Citrix Systems, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Lawerence F. O'Brien, the Democratic Party, and the Nation"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Byron Christopher Hulsey: Headmaster, Woodberry Forest School, Woodberry Forest, Va.
Dissertation: "Everett Dirksen and the Modern Presidents: Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Christiane Ingeborg Monika Reinhold: Senior Engagement Manager, Momentum Inc., Harrisburg, Penn.
Dissertation: "Studying the Enemy: Japan Hands in Republican China and Their Quest for National Identity 1925-1945"
Supervised by: Edward Rhoads and Susan Burns

Gary Harold Rice: Associate Professor, California State University, Fresno, Calif.
Dissertation: "The Lost Sheep of the Korean War"
Supervised by: Shearer D. Bowman and Robert A. Divine

Anne Baltz Rodrick: Reeves Family Professor of History, Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C.
Dissertation: "Artisans of Civilization:Self-Improvement, Citizenship, and Municipal Reform in Victorian Birmingham"
Supervised by: Standish Meacham

Shelley Kathryn Sallee, Chair of History Department, St. Stephens Episcopal School, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Inventing ''The Forgotten Child'': The Whiteness of Child Labor Reform in the New South"
Supervised by: Neil Foley

Michael David Snodgrass: Associate Professor, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, Ind.
Dissertation: "Deference and Defiance in Monterrey: Workers, Paternalism, and Revolution in Mexico, 1890-1942"
Supervised by: Jonathan Brown

Andrea Lyn Spears Kirkland: Professor, Autonomos University of Baja California, Mexicali, Mexico
Dissertation: '''When We Saw the Fruit of Our Labor, We Swelled With Pride': Community, Work, and Resistance on the National Railways of Mexico, 1940-1946"
Supervised by: Jonathan Brown


Marcos T. Aguila Medina: Professor, UAM-Azcapotzalco, Mexico City, Mexico
Dissertation: T"he Great Depression and the Origins of Cardenismo: The Case of the Mining Sector and Its Workers, C. 1927-1940"
Supervised by: Jonathan  Brown and Alan Knight

Sharon Louise Arnoult: Associate Professor, Midwestern University, Wichita Falls, Texas
Dissertation: '''The Face of an English Church': The Book of Common Prayer and English Religious Identity, 1549-1662"
Supervised by: Brian P. Levack

Peter John Brobst: Associate Professor, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Dissertation: "The Official Mind of the Great Game: Sir Olaf Caroe, Indian Independence, and World Power, 1939-1954"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis

Andre Luiz Vieira De Campos: Professor, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janiero, Brazil
Dissertation: "International Health Policies in Brazil: The Servico Especial de Saude Publica, 1942-1960"
Supervised by: Richard Graham

David Hiram Fado: Enterprise Architect,Berico Technologies, Arlington, Virg.
Dissertation: "The Struggle with Liberal Democracy and United States Leadership in India, British West Africa, and Argentina: The Eisenhower Administration in Pursuit of Internationalism"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine

Lauren Ann Kattner: Lecturer, Columbus State Community College, Grove City, Ohio
Dissertation: "Ethnicity Plus: Historical Roots of Slavery for the Germans of Louisiana and East Texas, 1719-1830"
Supervised by: Shearer D. Bowman

Jonathan Alan Lee: Professor, San Antonio College, San Antonio, Texas
Dissertation: "The Strength of the Currency: The Multinationalization of American Business, the Balance of Payments Problem, and United States Foreign Economic Policy in the 1960s"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Chong-Kyung Lee: Assistant Professor, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea
Dissertation: "To Pursue a Life of Perfection: Distinctive Forms of Female Monastic Life in the Early Middle Ages"
Supervised by: Martha Newman

Guo-Ping Mao: Professor, Millersville University, Millersville, Pa.
Dissertation: "Homens e Cousas in the Age of Reform, Brazil, 1868-1889"
Supervised by: Richard Graham

James Brent Martin: Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor, US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
Dissertation: "The Third War: Irregular Warfare on the Western Border, 1861-1865"
Supervised by: Norman Brown

Bette Wyn Oliver: Editor, Libraries and Culture, School of Information, University of Texas, Austin, Texas (Retired)
Dissertation: "Elisabeth Vigee-LeBrun, Jean-Baptiste Pierre LeBrun, and Marguerite Gerard and Their Roles in the French Artistic Legacy, 1775-1825"
Supervised by: Patricia Kruppa

Pablo Atilio Piccato Rodriguez: Professor, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
Dissertation: "Criminal in Mexico City, 1900-1931: A Cultural History"
Supervised by: Jonathan Brown

Burke Roberts Rogers: Teacher, Asheville School, Ashville, N.C.
Dissertation: "Reluctant Unionists: The Editorial Debate about Maryland and the Secession Crisis"
Supervised by: Shearer D. Bowman and George Forgie

Christie Gay Sample: Professor and Chair, St. Edward's University, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Failure and Success of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes: The Experience of Loriol, 1650-1715"
Supervised by: Myron P. Gutmann

Patricia Louise Parker Thompson (Deceased): 
Dissertation: "Y'All Come to the Speakin': Lyndon Johnson and His Speech Writers"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine and Clarence G. Lasby

Pamela Voekel: Associate Professor, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.
Dissertation: "Scent and Sensibility: Pungency and Piety in the Making of the Gente Sensata Class Formation in Mexico, 1640-1850"
Supervised by: Susan Deans-Smith

Andrea Leslie Winkler: Associate Professor, Mercer University-Atlanta, Atlanta, Ga.
Dissertation: "Dominican Preaching and Social Classification, 1220-1280"
Supervised by: Martha G. Newman

Elliott Gordon Young: Professor, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oreg.
Dissertation: "Twilight on the Texas-Mexico Border: Catarino Garza and Identity at the Cross-Roads, 1880-1915"
Supervised by: Neil F. Foley and David Montejano

Mark Eldon Young: Historian and Archivist, Conrad Hilton College, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
Dissertation: "The Political Education of Lydon Baines Johnson: The Making of a Texas and National Democrat, 1908-1954"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould


Claire Anderson
Dissertation: "The Turf Club Murders: Black Saturday for the British in Cairo, 26 January 1952"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis

Martin Raymond Ansell
Dissertation: "Hero or Villain: a Reinterpretation of the Life and Career of Edward L. Doheny"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Caroline Camille Attie: Professor and Chair, Effat College, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Dissertation: "Lebanon in the 1950s: President Chamoun and Western Policy in Lebanon"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis

June Melby Benowitz: Associate Professor, University of South Florida-Sarasota, Sarasota, Fla.
Dissertation: "Speaking Out: Right-Wing American Women, 1933 to 1945"
Supervised by: Michael Stoff

Taedo Chung
Dissertation: "Religion and Rural Community in Sixteenth-Century France: Consistory and Social Control at Pont-de-Camares"
Supervised by: Myron Gutmann

Patrick Lloyd Cox: President, Patrick Cox Consultants, Wimberley, Texas
Dissertation: '''Put the Jam on the Lower Shelf': The Early Career of United States Senator Ralph Webster Yarborough"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Seth Fein: Visiting Fellow, Center for the Study of Social Difference, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
Dissertation: "Hollywood and United States-Mexico Relations in the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine

Gary Alan Hartman: Director, Center of Music, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
Dissertation: "The Immigrant as Diplomat: Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the Shaping of Foreign Policy in the Lithuanian-American Community, 1870-1922"
Supervised by: Robert Divine and Kevin Kenny

David Craig LaWare: IT Leader, GE Power adn Water, Atlanta, Georg.
Dissertation: "From Christian Populism to Social Democracy: Workers, Populists, and the State in Costa Rica, 1940 to 1956"
Supervised by: Jonathan Brown

Suzanne Lynn Summers: Professor, Austin Community College, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "The Role of Merchants in Promoting Economic Development in the Houston-Galveston Region, 1836 to 1860"
Supervised by: Sally Clarke

Francis Philippe Walsh (Deceased): United States Air Force (Retired)
Dissertation: "An Inquiry into the Boundary of Guinea and Guinea-Bissau (1886-1985)"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis


David Perkins Billington, Jr.: Author and Independent Scholar, Santa Monica, Calif.
Dissertation: "Lothian: Philip Kerr and the Quest for World Order"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis

Simon Charles Edward Cordery: Professor and Chair, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
Dissertation: "Mutual Labour Relations in the Railway Industry: Friendly Societies, Trade Unions, and the State, 1838-1897"
Supervised by: Standish Meacham

Charles Alan Cottrell: Associate Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Montclair State University, Montclair, N.J.
Dissertation: "Calliope and Clio: The Influence of Historical Context on Anglo Poliziano's Classical Scholarship"
Supervised by: Martha Newman

Guiomar Duenas-Vargas: Assistant Professor, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tenn.
Dissertation: "Gender, Race, and Class: Illegitimacy and Family Life in Santafe Nuevo Reino de Granada, 1770-1810"
Supervised by: Aline Helg

Peter Gerhard Felten: Professor and Executive Director, Center for Engaged Learning, Elon University, Elon, N.C.
Dissertation: "The 1965-1966 United States Intervention in the Dominican Republic"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine

Karen Kay Garner: Director, Women's Center, Florida International University, Miami, Fla.
Dissertation: "Challenging the Consensus: Maud Muriel Russell's Life and Political Activism"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine

Edward Day Harris III: Teacher, Gilman School, Baltimore, Maryl.
Dissertation: "Preserving a Vision of the American West: The Life of George Bird Grinnell"
Supervised by: William H. Goetzmann

Hendrik Kraay: Associate Professor, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Dissertation: "Soldiers, Officers, and Society: The Army in Bahia, Brazil, 1808-1889"
Supervised by: Richard Graham

Jennifer Ann Loehlin: Web Developer, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "At Home in the Wirtschaftswunder: Gender, Housework, and Household Technology in West Germany, 1950-1970"
Supervised by: David F. Crew

Nancy Beck Young: Professor, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
Dissertation: "Wright Patman: Congressman to the Nation, 1893-1953"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould


Andrew Patrick Boeger: Senior Researcher, Service Employees International Union, Salem, Ore.
Dissertation: "Tradition and Revolution: The Struggle for Community Control at Bolivia's Chojlla Mina, 1944-1964"
Supervised by: Jonathan Brown and Alan Knight

Ana Caroline Castillo Crimm: Associate Professor (Retired), Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas
Dissertation: "Success in Adversity: The Mexican Americans of Victoria County, Texas, 1800-1880"
Supervised by: Ronnie C. Tyler

Barbara Anne Ganson: Professor, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Fla.
Dissertation: "Better Not Take My Manioc: Guarani Religion, Society, and Politics in the Jesuit Missions of Paraguay"
Supervised by: Susan Deans-Smith

William John Green: Editor and Director, Latin American News Digest, Washington, D.C.
Dissertation: "Popular Mobilization in Colombia:The Social Composition, Ideology, and Political Practice of Gaitanismo on the Atlantic Coast and Magdalena River, 1928-1948"
Supervised by: Aline Helg and Alan Knight

Roberto Marin Guzman: Professor, University of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica
Dissertation: "The Revolt of Umar Ibn Hafsun in al-Andalus: A Challenge to the Structure of the State (880-928)"
Supervised by: Abraham Marcus

Mei-Mei Lin: Professor, National Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan
Dissertation: "The Episcopalian Missionaries in China, 1835-1900"
Supervised by: Robert H. Abzug

Kenneth Mason: Professor (Retired), Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, Calif.
Dissertation: "Paternal Continuity: African Americans and Race Relations in San Antonio, Texas,1867-1937"
Supervised by: Ricardo Romo and George C. Wright

Wilmer Hunt McCorquodale: Director, Constituent Strategies, Baylor College of Medicine Houston, Texas
Dissertation: "The Court of Louis XIII: The French Court in an Age of Turmoil, 1610-1643"
Supervised by: Myron Gutmann

Robert Bruce Osborn: Real Estate Developer, Texas
Dissertation: "Field Marshal Sir Claude Auchinleck, the Indian Army, and the Partition of India"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis

Penne Lee Restad: Senior Lecturer (Retired), University of Texas, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "O Holy Night: The Creation of an American Christmas"
Supervised by: G. Howard Miller

Mary Jo Theresa Powell: Author and Independent Scholar, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "The Educational Ideas and Influence of the Oxford Noetics"
Supervised by: Standish Meacham

Richard Duane Skinner
Dissertation: "Artisan Rhetoric in Saxony, 1848-49"
Supervised by: David F. Crew

Douglass Creed Sullivan-Gonzalez: Professor and Dean, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss.
Dissertation: "Piety, Power, and Politics: The Role of Religion in the Formation of the Guatemalan Nation-State, 1839-1871"
Supervised by: Richard Graham


Mark Stephen Byrnes: Associate Professor, Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C.
Dissertation: "Shedding the ''Garb of Idealism'': Truman Administration Policy Toward Spain and Yugoslavia"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine

Deborah Lynn Cottrell: President, Texas Lutheran College, Seguin, Texas
Dissertation: "Women's Minds, Women's Bodies: The Influence of the Sargent School for Physical Education"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Brian Cooper Hosmer: H.G. Barnard Chair of Western American History, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla.
Dissertation: "Experiments in Capitalism: Market Economics, Wage Labor, and Social Change among the Menominees and Metlakahtlans, 1860-1920"
Supervised by: John E. Sunder

Martha Lamar: Emeritus Professor, St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wis.
Dissertation: "The Merchants of Chile, 1795-1823:Family and Business in the Transition from Colony to Nation"
Supervised by: Susan Deans-Smith

Christopher Alan Long: Martin S. Kermacy Centennial Professor of Architecture, University of Texas, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Josef Frank and the Crisis of Modern Architecture"
Supervised by: Anthony Alofsin and Peter Jelavich

Carolyn June McQuien
Dissertation: "Tuberculosis as Chronic Illness in the United States; Understanding, Treating and Living with the Disease, 1884-1954"
Supervised by: Robert H. Abzug

Mark Richard Stoll: Professor, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Dissertation: "Protestantism, Capitalism, and Nature in the United States"
Supervised by: William H. Goetzmann

John Mathews Vander Lippe, Jr.: Associate Professor, SUNY-New Paltz, New Paltz, N.Y.
Dissertation: "Decade of Struggle: The Presidency of Ismet Inonu and Turkish Politics, 1938-1950"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis


John Randall Adams
Dissertation: "Good, Evil, and Alien: Outer Space and the New World in the European Enlightenment"
Supervised by: Sidney Monas

Christie Lynne Bourgeois (deceased): Adjunct Lecturer, Austin Community College, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "Lyndon Johnson and Texas Politics: 1937-1945"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Stacy A. Rozek Cordery: Professor, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
Dissertation: "Alice Roosevelt Longworth: Life in a Public Crucible"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Maria Elena Diaz: Associate Professor, University of California-Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Calif.
Dissertation: "Constituting Identity: Sociocultural Changes in a Black Colonial Village (El Cobre, Cuba, 1670-1800)"
Supervised by: Richard Graham

Aaron Patrick Forsberg:Director, Office of Aviation Negotiations, US Department of State, Washington, D.C.
Dissertation: "America and the Resurgence of Postwar Japan: After the Occupation"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine

Douglas Charles Jansen: Director of Admissions, School of Law, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "The Emergence of a Raiding Society: The Transformation of the English Elite on the Anglo-Scottish Border, 1275-1340"
Supervised by: Janet Meisel

David Robert Jenkins
Dissertation: "Initial American Responses to Fidel Castro, 1957-1959"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine

Kenneth Duane Lehman: Professor, Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Vir.
Dissertation: "US Foreign Aid and Revolutionary Nationalism in Bolivia, 1952-1964: The Pragmatics of a Patron-Client Relationship"
Supervised by: Alan Knight

Peter Shuey Linder: Professor, New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, N.M.
Dissertation: "Agriculture and Rural Society in Pre-Petroleum Venezuela: The Sur del Lago Zuliano, 1880-1920"
Supervised by: Jonathan Brown

Judith Nichols McArthur: Lecturer (Retired), University of Houston-Victoria, Victoria, Texas
Dissertation: "Motherhood and Reform in the New South: Texas Women's Political Culture in the Progressive Era"
Supervised by: Norman Brown

Jose Antonio Fernandez Molina: Professor, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, Heredia, Costa Rica
Dissertation: "Colouring the World in Blue: The Indigo Boom and the Central American Market, 1750- 1810"
Supervised by: Nettie Lee Benson and Susan Deans-Smith

Joyce Marie Butler Ray:  Senior Lecturer and Program Director in Museum Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryl.
Dissertation: "Women and Men in American Medicine, 1849-1925: Autobiographies as Evidence"
Supervised by: Robert H. Abzug

Douglas Kent Yarrington: Associate Professor, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo.
Dissertation: Duaca in the Age of Coffee: Land, Society, and Politics in a Venezuelan District, 1830- 1936
Supervised by: Alan S. Knigh


Adrian Alexander Bantjes (deceased): Associate Professor, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyo.
Dissertation: "Politics, Class and Culture in Post-Revolutionary Mexico: Cardenismo and Sonora, 1929-1940"
Supervised by: Alan Knight

Hanook Cho: Professor, Korea National University of Education, Cheongwon, South Korea
Dissertation: "For Michelet's Vico: An Interpretation of Michelet's Translation of Vico's Scienza"
Supervised by: Sidney Monas

John Joseph Leffler (deceased): Freelance Historian, Austin, Texas
Dissertation: "From the Shadows Into the Sun: Americans in the Spanish-American War"
Supervised by: Lewis L. Gould

Thomas Michael Parrish: Linden G. Bowers Professor, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Dissertation:"Richard Taylor: Soldier Prince of Dixie"
Supervised by: Norman Brown

James Wright Presley: Journalist, Author, and Independent Scholar in Texarkana, TX.
Dissertation: "A History of Diabetes Mellitus in the United States, 1880-1990"
Supervised by: Clarence G. Lasby


Abdulmuhsin Rajalah Al-Ruwaithy: Professor, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Dissertation: "American and British Aid to Saudi Arabia 1928-1945"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis

William Earl French: Associate Professor, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Dissertation: "Peaceful and Working People: The Inculcation of the Capitalist Work Ethic in a Mexican Mining District (Hidalgo District, Chihuahua, 1880-1920)"
Supervised by: Nettie Lee Benson and Alan Knight

Daniel Patrick Greene: (deceased) Senior Lecturer, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

Dissertation: "Tug of War: The Eisenhower Administration and Vietnam, 1953-1955"
Supervised by: Robert A. Divine

William Travis Hanes: is the founder of www.worldhistorynow.com and an adjunct professor of history at College of the Desert, Palm Springs, CA 
Dissertation: "The Rise and Fall of the Sudan Political Service: A British View of Decolonization in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan"
Supervised by: Wm. Roger Louis

Roger Roi Reese: Professor, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas
Dissertation: "A Social and Organizational History of the Red Army, 1925-1941"
Supervised by: Sheila M. Fitzpatrick, Sidney Monas

Angela Tucker Thompson: Assistant Professor (Retired), East Carolina State University, Greenville, N.C.
Dissertation: "Children in Family and Society: Guanajuato, Mexico, 1780-1840"
Supervised by: Nettie Lee Benson and Myron Gutmann

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