Patryk Babiracki

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University (2008)

Associate Professor (2009) & M.A Graduate Advisor

Department of History

Patryk Babiracki

Email: patryk@uta.edu

Office: 310 University Hall

Areas: Modern Russia, Eastern Europe, International History, Culture and Society

David Baillargeon

Ph.D., University of California Santa Barbara (2018)

Assistant Professor (2021)

David Baillargeon

Email: david.baillargeon@uta.edu

Office: 323 University Hall

Areas: Modern Britain, British Empire, Colonial Southeast Asia

Kimberly Breuer

Ph.D., Vanderbilt University (2004)

Associate Professor of Instruction (2004)

Kim Breuer

Email: breuer@uta.edu

Office: 314 University Hall

Areas: Colonial Latin America, Mesoamerican Indians, Comparative Colonial History, World History

Stephanie Cole

Ph.D., University of Florida, 1994

Associate Professor (1996) & Interim Chair

Stephanie Cole

Areas: U.S. Social History, Women's History, Race & Gender from a Regional Perspective

Paul Conrad

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (2011)

Associate Professor (2015) & Ph.D Advisor

Department of History

Paul Conrad

Email: paul.conrad@uta.edu

Office: 322 University Hall

Areas: Native American History, North American West, History of Slavery

Imre Demhardt

Ph.D., University of Frankfurt am Main (1995)

Professor & Garrett Endowed Chair in the History of Cartography (2008)

Imre Demhardt

Email: demhardt@uta.edu

Office: 348 University Hall

Areas: History of Cartography, Exploration, Geography, Colonialism, Travel & Tourism

Alberto Ortiz-Díaz

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison (2017)

Assistant Professor (2021)

Alberto Ortiz Diaz

Areas: Latin America, the Black Atlantic, Crime and Punishment, History Medicine and Health, Medical Humanities

John Garrigus

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University (1988)

Professor (2006)

John Garrigus

Email: garrigus@uta.edu

Office: 343 University Hall

Areas: Atlantic and Caribbean History, French America, Haitian Revolution

Sam W. Haynes

Ph.D., University of Houston (1988)

Professor & Director, Center for Greater Southwestern Studies (1993)

Sam Haynes

Email: haynes@uta.edu

Phone #: (817) 272-2887

Office: 650 University Library

Areas: Texas History, 19th-Century U.S

David LaFevor

Ph.D, Vanderbilt University (2011)

Associate Professor (2013)

David LaFevor

Email: dlafevor@uta.edu

Office: 327 University Hall

Areas: Modern Latin America, transnational cultural/social history

Andrew J. Milson

Ph.D., University of Georgia (1999)

Professor (2010)

Andrew Milson

Email: milson@uta.edu

Office: 344 University Hall

Areas: Historical Geography of the U.S., Human Geography, Geographic Education, GIS

Christopher C. Morris

Ph.D., University of Florida (1991)

Professor (1992)

Christopher Morris

Email: morris@uta.edu

Office: 346 University Hall

Areas: Early National Period, Southern History, U.S. Social History

David Narrett

Ph.D., Cornell University (1981)

Professor (1984)

David Narrett

Email: narrett@uta.edu

Office: 345 University Hall

Areas: U.S. History, Colonial and Revolutionary America, American Frontier Development

Scott W. Palmer

Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1997)


Dr. Scott Palmer

Email: scott.palmer@uta.edu

Office: 202A University Hall

Areas: Russia, Modern Europe, Technology & Science, Military History

Delaina Price

Ph.D., Yale University (2017)

Assistant Professor (2018), Fenton Wayne Robnett Fellow in American History

Delaina Price

Email: delaina.price@uta.edu

Office: 319 University Hall

Areas: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century US History, African-American History

Sarah Rose

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago (2008)

Associate Professor (2009)

sarah rose

Email: srose@uta.edu

Office: 328 University Hall

Areas: Disability History, U.S. Policy History, U.S. Labor History, Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Cristina Salinas

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (2011)

Associate Professor (2012)

Cristina Salinas

Email: csalinas@uta.edu

Office: 326 University Hall

Areas: Mexican-American History, U.S.-Mexico Border, Labor History

James Sandy

Ph.D., Texas Tech University (2016)

Assistant Professor (2022)

James Sandy

Email: james.sandy@uta.edu

Office: 228A University Hall

Areas: American Martial Culture, Special Warfare, & American Culture

Gerald Saxon

Ph.D., North Texas University (1979) ; National Archival Certification by Academy of Certified Archivists (1989)

Associate Professor (1987)

Gerald Saxon

Email: saxon@uta.edu

Office: 320 University Hall

Areas: U.S., Texas, Oral History, Archival Science

Charles Travis

PhD., Trinity College, University of Dublin (2006)

Associate Professor (2016)

Charles Travis

Email: charles.travis@uta.edu

Office: 325 University Hall

Areas: Humanities Geographical Information Science Theory, Methods and Applications; Digital and Environmental Humanities

Kenyon Zimmer

Ph.D., Pittsburgh (2010)

Associate Professor (2010)

Kenyon Zimmer

Email: kzimmer@uta.edu

Phone #: (817) 272-2869

Office: 332A University Hall

Areas: US History; Migration, Labor and Ethnic History, Gilded Age and Progressive Era, History of Radicalism

J. Anthony Guillory

Ph.D. University of Massachusetts (2015)

Assistant Professor of Instruction (2023)

Paulina Hartono

Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley (2021)

Assistant Professor (2023)

Department of History

Paulina Hartono

Peter Nkhoma

Ph.D., University of South Florida (2016)

Visiting Assistant Professor of Geography (2023-24)

Department of History

Peter Nkhoma

Email: peter.nkhoma@uta.edu

Office: 312 University Hall

Areas: Geography; Food security, specifically policy derivation processes and the impacts of agricultural and food security policies on poor farmers in sub-Saharan Africa; Water resources management, especially water reuse, focusing on public attitudes and how water reuse is communicated.

Affiliated Faculty

Eric Bolsterli

Ph.D., University of Arkansas (1998)

Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs (1994)

Eric Bolsterli

Email: ericjb@uta.edu

Office: 219 University Hall

Areas: Recent U.S.; Business and Economic History

Kenton Rambsy

Ph.D., University of Kansas (2015)

Assistant Professor of English (2015)

Kenton Rambsy

Email: rambsy@uta.edu

Office: 413 Carlisle Hall

Areas: Modern and Contemporary African-American Culture; Digital Humanities; Data Analytics; Text Mining

Affiliated Adjunct Faculty

Dan Degges

Ph.D. in History

University of Texas, Arlington

History of Propaganda, Race and Economics in the Atlantic World, West African Cartography

Halen Watkins


Texas Tech University

Modern US with an emphasis on Sports and Cultural studies

Jonathan Steplyk


Texas Christian University

Antebellum & Civil War Era

Kimberly Newcomer-Fitzpatrick

Juris Doctorate

Texas Wesleyan University School of Law

Michael Stout


University of North Texas

European History