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Faculty: Visiting Faculty

Visiting faculty are selected annually by members of the History Department, usually to fill course vacancies by faculty on leave. Appointments range from one to two semesters and faculty usually teach one or two courses per semester.

2012-2013 Visiting Faculty Members, Lecturers, Prize Instructors

Dimiter Angelov
Visiting Professor of History
Byzantine History

Fall 2013: On Leave

Spring 2014:
- History 70j: Changing Landscapes in the Eastern Mediterranean: Byzantium between the Crusades and the Islamic World, c.1100-c.1450
- History 1035: Byzantine Civilization

Robinson Hall
Room L-21
617-496-4748
dangelov@fas.harvard.edu

Office Hours: Monday 12:30-2 and by appointment

Sarah Anne Carter
Visiting Lecturer in History

Fall 2013:
-United States in the World 30: Tangible Things: Harvard Collections in World History

Robinson Hall, Room 201
scarter@chipstone.org

Sakura Christmas
History Prize Instructor
East Asian History

Spring 2014:
-History 60c: The Nature of Modern China: Space, Science, and Environment

Robinson Hall
Room L-26
617-496-4354 christm@fas.harvard.edu

Office Hours: Monday 2-4

Rowan Dorin
History Prize Instructor
Medieval History

Fall 2013:

- History 60d: Out of Eden: Histories of Expulsion in the Premodern West

Robinson Hall
Room 116
617-496-4077
dorin@fas.harvard.edu

Office Hours: By appointment email dorin@fas.harvard.edu

Holger Droessler
History Prize Instructor
United States History

Fall 2013:

- History60b: The Pacific World

Robinson Hall
Room L-23
617-496-4350

Office Hours:
By appointment email hdroessl@fas.harvard.edu

Brett Flehinger
Allston Burr Resident Dean in Lowell House, Lecturer on History
United States History

Fall 2013:

- History 74l: The New Deal and American Liberalism

Spring 2014:
- History 1063: America and Vietnam: 1945-1975

Robinson Hall
35 Quincy Street
Room M-03
617-496-3699
bflehing@fas.harvard.edu

Office Hours: Thursday 1:00-3:00

Frances Gouda
Visiting Professor of History
University of Amsterdam

Spring 2014

Robinson Hall
Room 115
617-495-5024

Office Hours: Thursday 10-12

Daniel Juette
Lecturer on History
Early Modern Europe

Spring 2014:

- History 1133: Early Modern Europe, 1450-1789

Robinson Hall
Robinson 113
juette@fas.harvard.edu
617-495-1276

Wednesday 2-3

Elisabeth Köll
Visiting Professor of History
Chinese Business History

Fall 2013:
- History 76g: Building the Modern Chinese Nation
- History 1602: China's Long 20th Century

Spring 2014:

- History 1976: Visible and Invisible Hands in China: State and Economy since 1800: Conference Course

Robinson Hall
Room 216
617-496-3905
ekoll@hbs.edu

Office Hours: Monday 2-4pm

Stephen Lassonde
Lecturer on History
United States History

Spring 2014:
- History 74j: Children and Childhood in America, 1640-Present


University Hall
617-495-1942 slassonde@fas.harvard.edu

Monday at Lamont Library Café, 1-3, or by appointment. in University Hall, Room 106

Allan Lumba
Lecturer on History
United States History

Fall 2013:
- History 1980: Global Capitalism, Political Crisis, and American Radical Possibilities in the Long Twentieth Century: Conference Courset

Charles Warren Center Emerson Hall
lumbaa@u.washington.edu


Office Hours: Tuesday 2:00-4:00

Elizabeth Mesok
Lecturer on History
United States History

Fall 2013:
- History 1981: A Cultural History of the U.S. Military: World War I to the Present: Conference Course

Charles Warren Center
Emerson Hall
elizabeth.mesok@nyu.edu

Office Hours: Tuesday 1:00-3:00

Sreemati Mitter
Lecturer on History
Middle Eastern History

Fall 2013:
- History 1860: Understanding the Middle East: 1800s to the Present

Spring 2014:
- History 60f: "Nothing Pleases Me": Understanding Modern Middle Eastern History Through Literature
- History 60g: Debates in Middle Eastern History


Robinson Hall
Room 213

smitter@fas.harvard.edu
617-495-1209

Office Hours: Tuesday 3:00-5:00

Mo Moulton
Lecturer on History
Modern European History

Spring 2014:
- History 1230: Troubled Unions: England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales from the 18th Century to the Present

History and Literature
Barker Center, Room 123
moulton2@fas.harvard.edu
617-495-1901

Office Hours: Monday 10-12 and Wednesday 2-4 in Barker 123

Jacob Remes
Lecturer on History
United States History, Canadian History

Fall 2013:
- History 2982: Readings on 19th and 20th Century Canada: Proseminar

Spring 2014:
- History 1982: Migration and Relations Between Canada and the United States: Conference Course


Weatherhead Center
1737 Cambridge St.
Room K225

jacobremes@gmail.com
617-495-8562

Office Hours: Thursday 2 :00-4 :00 & by appointment

Jonathan Sarna
Visting Professor of History
United States History, Jewish History

Spring 2014:
- History 1083: American Jewish History
- History 1983: Judaism Confronts America: Conference Course


sarna@brandeis.edu

Office Hours: Monday 2-4

Mary Sarotte
Visiting Professor of History
International History

Spring 2014:
- History 1111: New World Orders? From the Cold War to Contemporary International Relations
- History 2222: The Cold War and Its Collapse: Seminar

Center for European Studies
Room 205
617-495-4303 ext. 279
sarotte@fas.harvard.edu

Thursday, 11:15am to 12:15pm and by appointment

Heidi Tworek
Asst. Director of Undergraduate Studies, Lecturer on History
Modern European History

Full Year 2013-2014:
- History 99: Senior Thesis Tutorial

Spring 2014:
- History 1079: Breaking Headlines: The History of News

Robinson Hall
Room 102
617-495-1947
hevans@fas.harvard.edu

Office Hours: Wednesday 1-3 by appointment online at u.history.fas.harvard.edu (click “Office Hours” at left, after log-in)

Alexia Yates
Lecturer on History
Modern European History, Economic History

Fall 2013:
- History 60a: Global Cities: A Modern History

Robinson Hall
Room 217
617-495-3035
ayates@fas.harvard.edu

Office Hours: Wednesday 2:00-4:00 & by appointment