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Our Faculty

In addition to the faculty of Ashland’s own Department of History and Political Science, the MA programs’ unique schedule and course delivery options make it possible for noted faculty from universities around the nation to teach with us. At a traditional brick-and-mortar program, students study under a small handful of faculty with a narrow range of research interests. At Ashland, our students learn from some of the leading professors of history and of political science in the country.

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William B. Allen

Emeritus Dean and Professor of Political Philosophy, Michigan State University

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J. David Alvis

Associate Professor of Political Science, Wofford College

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William Atto

Associate Professor of History, University of Dallas

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Jeremy Bailey

Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Houston

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Christopher Burkett

Associate Professor of Political Science, Ashland University Co-Chair, Master of Arts in American History and Government Program

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Andrew E. Busch

Crown Professor of Government, Claremont McKenna College

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Todd Estes

Associate Professor of History, Oakland University

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Christopher Flannery

Professor of Political Science, Azusa Pacific University Louaine S. Taylor Professor of American History and Government, Ashland University

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David Foster

Associate Professor of Political Science, Ashland University

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Steven F. Hayward

Scholar in Residence, University of Colorado-Boulder Thomas & Mabel Guy Professor of American History and Government, Ashland University

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Emily Hess

Visiting Instructor of History, Ashland University

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Stephen Knott

Professor of National Security Affairs, U.S. Naval War College

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David F. Krugler

Professor of History, University of Wisconsin-Platteville

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Marc Landy

Professor of Political Science, Boston College Edward & Louise Peterson Professor of American History and Government, Ashland University

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Gordon Lloyd

Senior Fellow, Ashbrook Center

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Melanie Marlowe

Visiting Assistant Instructor of Political Science, Miami University

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Ken Masugi

Visiting Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University

mcdonald

Robert M.S. McDonald

Associate Professor of History, U.S. Military Academy

monroe

Dan Monroe

John C. Griswold Distinguished Professor of History, Millikin University

morel

Lucas Morel

Professor of Ethics and Politics, Washington and Lee University

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Paul Moreno

Associate Professor of History, Hillsdale College

moser

John Moser

Professor of History, Ashland University Co-Chair, Master of Arts in American History and Government Program

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Peter C. Myers

Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

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Matthew Norman

Assistant Professor of History, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash

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Mackubin T. Owens

Professor of National Security Affairs, U.S. Naval War College

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Joseph Postell

Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

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Eric Pullin

Assistant Professor of History and Asian Studies, Carthage College

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Eric Sands

Associate Professor of Government, Berry College

schneider

Gregory L. Schneider

Professor of History, Emporia State University

schramm

Peter W. Schramm

Professor of Political Science, Ashland University Emeritus Chair, Master of Arts in American History and Government Program

sikkenga

Jeffrey Sikkenga

Professor of Political Science, Ashland University

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Sarah Morgan Smith

Adjunct Instructor of Political Science, Montclair State University

taylor

Natalie Fuehrer Taylor

Associate Professor of Government, Skidmore College

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Stephen Tootle

Associate Professor of History, College of the Sequoias

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David Tucker

Senior Fellow, Ashbrook Center Associate Director, Master of Arts in American History and Government Program

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Jonathan W. White

Assistant Professor of American Studies, Christopher Newport University

wrobel

David Wrobel

Professor of History, University of Oklahoma

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Scott Yenor

Professor of Political Science, Boise State University

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The Problem

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