History/Philosophy Department 

Faculty and Staff - Fall 2015


Paul Beardmore(1)

Paul Beardmore

19th Century American Christianity, Modern Chinese History

DHC 211


(717) 477-1265


pmbeardmore@ship.edu


  Douglas Birsch 
Ethics, Applied Ethics
Horton Hall 311
(717) 477-1734
drbirs@ship.edu

 

 John Bloom (Director of Graduate Studies / Graduate Internship Director)
American Culture, Pennsylvania and Public History
Wright Hall 335
(717) 477-1216
jdbloo@ship.edu

 

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 Steven Burg (Department Chair/Advisor to Public History Concentration)
Public History, Local and Regional History, Historic Preservation, U.S. History,  U.S. Women's History, History of Disease and Public Health 
Dauphin Humanities Center 124
(717) 477-1189
sbburg@ship.edu

 

Catherine Clay

 Catherine Clay
Russia and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Comparative History
Dauphin Humanities Center 203
(717) 477-1728
cbclay@ship.edu

 

 Betty Dessants (Sabbatical Fall 2015)
U.S. Foreign Relations, 20th-Century U.S., Teaching Methods
Dauphin Humanities Center 213
(717) 477-1263
badess@ship.edu

 

Allen Dieterich-Ward

 Allen Dieterich-Ward (Undergraduate Internship Director)
U.S. History, Environmental History and Public Policy
Dauphin Humanities Center 217
(717) 477-1192
 ajdieterichward@ship.edu

 

 James Edwards 
History of Philosophy
Wright Hall 235
(717) 477-1002
jgedwa@ship.edu

  

David F. Godshalk 
African American, Social, U.S. South
Wright Hall 336
(717) 477-1132
dfgods@ship.edu

Justus Hartzok
 Justus Hartzok
Russia, Soviet Union
Wright Hall 221
(717) 477-1249
jghartzok@ship.edu

 

 Kim Klein (Honors Director)
Colonial America, Revolutionary America, Canada
President's Hall 006
(717) 477-3790
kmklei@ship.edu

 Chandrika Paul
South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Modern British History
Dauphin Humanities Center 209
(717) 477-1264
chpaul@ship.edu

 

Dr. Pierce 
Gretchen K. Pierce
Latin America, Mexico, Comparative Revolutions, Temperance, and Gender
Dauphin Humanities Center 214
(717) 477-1729
gkpierce@ship.edu

 

 John Quist 
19th-Century U.S, U.S. Civil War Era, U.S. South
Wright Hall 334
(717) 477-1690
jwquis@ship.edu

 

 Janice Reed (Department Secretary)
Dauphin Humanities Center 122
(717) 477-1621
jjreed@ship.edu 

 

Christine Senecal

 Christine Senecal
Ancient Rome, Byzantine Empire, Medieval Europe
Wright Hall 219
(717) 477-1262
cksene@ship.edu

 

Robert Shaffer

 Robert Shaffer (Sabbatical Fall 2015 and Spring 2016)
U.S. Foreign Relations, U.S. Immigration and Ethnicity, 20th-Century U.S., Teaching Methods
Wright Hall 326
(717) 477-1180
roshaf@ship.edu

 

 Dr. skaff-j
Jonathan Skaff (International Studies Director)
(Sabbatical Fall 2015 and Spring 2016)
China, Japan, Inner Asia, Silk Road, Comparative Frontiers
Dauphin Humanities Center 215 / CUB 221B
(717) 477-1255 / (717) 477-1907
jkskaf@ship.edu

 

 Mark Spicka
Modern Europe, Germany, World
Wright Hall 232
(717) 477-1009
mespic@ship.edu

 

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 Allan Tulchin 
Early Modern France, Religious and Social History
Wright Hall 223
(717) 477-1261
aatulchin@ship.edu

Dr. Ulrich(5)

 

 Brian J. Ulrich
Middle Eastern and Islamic History, Comparative Empires
Dauphin Humanities Center 201
(717) 477-1736
bjulrich@ship.edu

 

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 Heather B. Wadas
Social and Cultural History
Wright Hall 333
(717) 477-3171 / (717) 477-1565
hbwada@ship.edu

 

Professor David Weaver

 David Weaver
20th Century U.S. Government, Military History
Horton Hall 330
(717) 477-1315
dsweaver@ship.edu



 Department Fax #
(717) 477-4062
 
 Center for Applied History Graduate Assistant
(717) 477-3165
Wright Hall 116 

What's New?!

 

Diggin' History! Series

Link to view Diggin' History! Series and Alumni Mentor Series online: Click here!

Stay tuned for next semester's Diggin' History! Series programs!

Previous talks:

A Talk by historian and conservator: A. Newbold "Newbie" Richardson

"Quilts In Context: Women's History, Craft, and Material Culture in America"

Date: Thursday, November 12 2015 Location: Rowland Hall 200 Time: 7:30

Scheduling Information

-Registration for Spring 2016 and Winter 2015 begins on October 26th

-Know your scheduling time: login to myship, Student, My Academics, under Registration Tools select Registration Status to see your scheduling time.

-Check for Holds (traffic tickets, unpaid fees or fines): myship, Student, My Academics, under Registration tools, Check Holds

-Make an appointment with your advisor:  You must have a PIN number to schedule classes.  If you don't know who your advisor is go to myship, Student, My Academics, My Student Resources, My Advisor.

Join us for the SU History Club meeting every Monday this Spring Semester

Location: Dauphin Humanities (DHC) 205

Time: 7:30pm 

For more information, contact History Club President: Tyler Newcomer Email: tn9044@ship.edu