PhD Students: United States

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Cooper Wingert

United States
Advisor: Chandra Manning
Cohort Year: 2020
Research Interests: U.S. Civil War; Slavery and Abolition; Underground Railroad; 19th-century US
chw52@georgetown.edu

Andrew Ross

United States
Advisor: Toshi Higuchi
Cohort Year: 2020
Research Interests: Cold War; Science & Environment; U.S. Empire; Pacific World; Nuclear
ajr155@georgetown.edu

Kenneth Homan

United States
Advisor: Joseph McCartin
Cohort Year: 2020
Research Interests: American Catholic history; labor; race and racism; Americanization and immigration
kah345@georgetown.edu

Joel Berger

United States
Advisor: Joseph McCartin
Cohort Year: 2019
Research Interests: Twentieth-century U.S. labor history; public sector labor history; political economy; race; education politics
jfb113@georgetown.edu

Emily Norweg

United States
Advisor: Marcia Chatelain
Cohort Year: 2016
Research Interests: Mass Incarceration; Education; The Carceral State; Race and Racism in the 20th and 21st Centuries
elb63@georgetown.edu

Cory Young

United States
Advisor: Adam Rothman
Cohort Year: 2014
Research Interests: Slavery and Abolition; Regional Formation in the Early U.S. Republic; the History of Capitalism; Atlantic World History
cjy28@georgetown.edu

Luke Frederick

United States
Advisor: Adam Rothman
Cohort Year: 2017
Research Interests: Racism, Policing, and Incarceration in Antebellum Washington, DC; Slavery and Capitalism; The Black Atlantic
ljf39@georgetown.edu

Chad Reger

United States
Advisor: Katherine Benton-Cohen / Adam Rothman
Cohort Year: 2015
Research Interests: Plains Indians; Military History; Airpower; Strategy; Diplomacy
car257@georgetown.edu

Erica Lally

United States
Advisor: Michael Kazin
Cohort Year: 2017
Research Interests: National Security, Civil Liberties, Surveillance State, Citizenship, Gender
el786@georgetown.edu

Debra Mayfield

United States
Advisor: Adam Rothman
Cohort Year: 2017
Research Interests: 19th-Century U.S.; French Revolutionary Period; Slavery and Reconstruction; 19th-Century Women’s History
dm1480@georgetown.edu