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Emeriti Faculty

Baugh, Daniel A. Modern English history, 1688-1918; political, social, economic, and European maritime 1600-1800. dab3@cornell.edu
Blumin, Stuart M. American social/cultural/demographic, American urban. smb5@cornell.edu
Cochran, Sherman Modern China, social/economic/cultural. sgc11@cornell.edu
Hyams, Paul Medieval, legal, political. prh3@cornell.edu
John, James J. Medieval intellectual history; historiography; universities; Latin paleography. jjj2@cornell.edu
Kaplan, Steven France, 1500 to present; comparative European social;  culture and class; history of work; history and anthropology of food and eating. slk8@cornell.edu
Kammen, Michael

With sorrow we announce the loss of emeritus professor Michael Kammen, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, generous colleague, and brilliant, dedicated teacher. Chronicle Article

LaCapra, Dominick Modern European intellectual and cultural. dominick.lacapra@cornell.edu
LaFeber, Walter America, U.S. foreign policy 1750-present. wfl3@cornell.edu
Moore, R. Laurence American intellectual, cultural, religious rlm8@cornell.edu
Peterson, Charles Chinese history. cap4@cornell.edu
Pintner, Walter Imperial Russia 1700-1917 (social, economic, military, and administrative).pintner@neteze.com
Polenberg, Richard Modern American political and social 1930-present. rp19@cornell.edu
Silbey, Joel H.President White Professor of History, Emeritus - American history; political behavior, especially in the nineteenth century; the Age of Jackson; the sectional controversy; Civil War and reconstruction, quantitative methods in history. jhs3@cornell.edu
Tierney, Brian Bryce & Edith M. Bowmar Professor in Humanistic Studies, Emeritus - Medieval history. bt20@cornell.edu