Major Research Interests of Faculty Members

Chronological span: from the ancient era through the contemporary period.

Geographical coverage: East, South, and Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Europe, North America, Oceania, and Africa, plus global, transnational, and comparative studies.

Thematic expertise: archaeology, architecture, art, business, childhood, colonialism, diseases, environment, ethnicity, historical anthropology, historical GIS, historiography, gender, law, leisure, material cultures, maritime defence, migration, military, medicine, multiculturalism, museum studies, politics, religions, science, and urbanism.