The University of Chicago is proud to present the following historians, current PhD candidates and recent alumni, who are seeking faculty appointments in the academy or professional positions in other sectors.
PEOPLE BY NAME
South Asian History, early modern & modern; History of Medicine and Science; Islam in South Asia; History and Sociology of the Body; Colonial and Post-colonial History; Global History
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century United States; history of the American South; cultural, social, and political history; race and racism; gender and sexuality; violence; science, medicine, and the body; mass and visual culture; collective memory; public history
Political economy and the history of capitalism; early modern and modern Europe; the Atlantic World; material culture, consumer societies, and global exchanges; the history of economic thought; labor and social movements; nationalism
Modern South Asia, British empire, global history, federalism, legal and constitutional history, postcolonial histories/subaltern studies, Indian princely states, history of Travancore/Kerala, decolonization, international law, self-determination, nationalism, and sovereignty
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century South Asian history; gender, law, and empire; comparative and transnational histories of gender and sexuality; colonialism, decolonization, and violence; everyday history and history from below; digital and public history.
Modern Europe, Modern European Intellectual History, Theories of Modernity and of the West, Modern Germany, Modern Russia, German Idealism, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jacques Derrida and Post-Structuralism, Lebensphilosophie, Philosophies of Consciousness, Philosophies of Language, the Third Reich and the Holocaust, Theories of Democracy, Race in the United States