Early Modern (c.1400-1800 CE)

Faculty

White
Associate Professor
Nau 355
Office Hours: T 12:30-3:00 PM, and by appointment
Time Period: Early Modern (c. 1400-1800), Medieval / Post-classical (c. 500 - 1400)
Kirt von Daacke
Assistant Dean, Associate Professor of History
202 Monroe Hall
Office Hours: By appointment
Time Period: 19th Century, Early Modern (c. 1400-1800)
Shulman
Research Professor of History, Editor of The Dolley Madison Digital Edition
Time Period: 19th Century, Early Modern (c. 1400-1800)
Assistant Professor (Research)/Assistant Editor, Papers of James Madison
Time Period: Early Modern (c. 1400-1800)
Saunders Director, Robert H.Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies
Office Hours: N/A
Time Period: Early Modern (c. 1400-1800)
Louis Nelson
Professor of Architectural History, Associate Dean in the School of Architecture
Time Period: Early Modern (c. 1400-1800)
Assistant Professor, 2016-17 Co-Director, Mellon Humanities Laboratory "Global South: Concept & Practice," Institute of the Humanities & Global Cultures
Nau 383
Office Hours: W 11-1
Time Period: 19th Century, Early Modern (c. 1400-1800), Medieval / Post-classical (c. 500 - 1400)
Halliday
Julian Bishko Professor of History, Professor of Law
Nau 454
Office Hours: Mon. and Weds., 2:00-3:30; and by appointment
Time Period: 19th Century, Early Modern (c. 1400-1800)
Edelson
Professor, Associate Chair, Co-Director, UVa Early American Seminar at Monticello, Co-Director, MapScholar/VisualEyes
431 Nau Hall
Office Hours: Thursdays, 2:30-4:30 and by appointment
Time Period: Early Modern (c. 1400-1800)
Barnett
Associate Professor, Director of Undergraduate Studies
384 Nau
Office Hours: Th 2:00-3:30pm & by appt.
Time Period: Early Modern (c. 1400-1800), Medieval / Post-classical (c. 500 - 1400)

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