Dr. Todd Uhlman is an assistant professor of U.S. social and cultural history. He writes about the history of mobility, film, and capitalism. He has been a fellow at the Smithsonian Museum of American History and the National Endowment of the Humanities. His recent publications have appeared in the pages of literary, historical, and interdisciplinary journals including American Nineteenth Century History, Studies in Travel Writing, and The Journal of Popular Culture.
David Darrow is an associate professor of history. His most recent work, Tsardom of Sufficiency, Empire of Norms, examines agrarian reform in Russia. In addition to courses in Russian history, Dr. Darrow teaches class in the history major core curriculum.
Patrick Thomas is Associate Professor of English and Director of Undergraduate Studies for the English department. His research areas include digital and multimodal composing processes, empirical research methods, and digital literacies.