Identity: Gender, Race and Region

Alexandra Finley

Alexandra Finley

Assistant Professor
afinley@history.msstate.edu

662-325-3604

African American history, Labor history, Women’s history, Antebellum South, Nineteenth-century U.S.
Matthew Lavine

Matthew Lavine

Associate Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator. Co-Editor of ISIS, the Journal of the History of Science Society.
mlavine@history.msstate.edu

662-325-8912

Science and Popular Culture, Technology, American West
Anne Marshall

Anne Marshall

Associate Professor and Distance Coordinator
amarshall@history.msstate.edu
U.S. South, Women's History, 19th and 20th Century U.S
Judith A. Ridner

Judith A. Ridner

Associate Professor
jridner@history.msstate.edu

662-325-3604

Early and Frontier America, Immigration and Ethnicity, Oral History, Public History
Scott

Jermaine Scott

Assistant Professor
Twentieth Century African American history, African Diaspora studies, Black politics, Black popular culture, race and sport, postcolonial studies.
Leigh Soares

Leigh Soares

Assistant Professor (Richards Postdoctoral Fellow, George and Ann Richards Center, Penn State University during the 2019-20 academic year)

662-325-3604

African American History, U.S. South, 19th and 20th Century U.S., History of Education
Thompson

Courtney Thompson

Assistant Professor & Phi Alpha Theta Advisor
cthompson@history.msstate.edu

662-325-3604

History of U.S. Women; History of Science; History of Medicine
Thompson

Joseph Thompson

Assistant Professor
jmt5ce@virginia.edu
The US South, Twentieth Century America
Gene Zubovich
19th and 20th Century U.S., History of Religion, U.S. and the World, History of Human Rights