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Dr. Frederick Schneid
B.A. State University of New York at Binghamton, M.A. and Ph.D. Purdue University
Department Chair and Professor of History

fschneid@highpoint.edu
Office: 129 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-9238

Dr. Schneid teaches European history 1600-1945 and specializes in the French Revolution and Napoleonic Era as well as general military history. His most recent publications are The French-Piedmontese Campaign of 1859 and The Second War of Italian Unification, 1859-1861.
Dr. Peng Deng
M.A. Sichuan University, Ph.D. Washington State University
Professor of History

pdeng@highpoint.edu
Office: 131 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-9117

Professor Deng teaches American history, history of modern China, history of modern Japan, history of US-East Asian relations, and world geography. His most recent publications include Private Education in Modern China and China's Crisis and Revolution Through American Lenses.
Dr. Philip Mulder
B.A. Calvin College, M.A. and Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Professor of History

pmulder@highpoint.edu
Office: 109 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-4574

Professor Mulder teaches the history of early America and the American revolutionary era in addition to survey courses. He directs senior seminar projects in these fields and in cultural and religious history, his academic specialty. He has published A Controversial Spirit: Evangelical Awakenings in the South and is currently President of the Board of Directors of BOOKMARKS.
Dr. George Simpson
B.A. Waynesburg College, M.S. Troy State, Ph.D. West Virginia University
Professor of History

lsimpson@highpoint.edu
Office:123-B Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-4533

Professor Simpson offers courses on the history of Africa,the Middle-East, Russia, and Western Civilization. His most recent publications include "Becoming Samburu: The Ethnogenesis of a Pastoral People in Nineteenth Century Northern Kenya" and "The Arab-Israeli Wars, 1948-Present".
Dr. James Stitt
B.A. High Point University, M.A. and Ph.D. University of South Carolina
Professor of History

jstitt@highpoint.edu
Office: 104 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-9292

Professor Stitt teaches British and Canadian History as well as the Western Civilizations survey, research methods, and senior seminar. He is also Director of Graduate Studies for the History department. His publications include Joint Industrial Councils in British History.
Dr. Renzo Honores
Licentiate in Law, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Master in Civil Law, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Ph.D., Florida International University
Assistant Professor of History

rhonores@highpoint.edu
Office: 119 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-9078

Dr. Honores is a Latin American Historian, with research and practical experience in law. Recent publications and presentations include A Legalistic Society In The Colonial Andes and "Cuzqueno Caciques and Andean Litigation in Early Colonial Peru".
Dr. Paul Ringel
B.A. Princeton University, J.D. Boston College, Ph.D. Brandeis University
Associate Professor of History

pringel@highpoint.edu
Office: 130 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-4547

Dr. Ringel specializes in the cultural and intellectual history of 19th century America. In addition to US History surveys, he teaches on the Civil War and American legal history. His has published Commercializing Childhood: The Children's Magazine Industry and American Gentility, 1823-1918 and his most recent presentation is "The Rise, Fall, and Resurgence of Boston's Royal Rooters: A Study in Public Memory, Fandom, and Masculinity".
Dr. Kara Dixon Vuic
B.A. Marshall University, M.A. Indiana University, Ph.D. Indiana University
Associate Professor of History

kvuic@highpoint.edu
Office: 103 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-9543

Dr. Vuic is an historian of the twentieth-century United States who specializes in the history of wars and militarization, the history of gender and sexuality, and social and cultural history. She has published Officer, Nurse, Woman: The Army Nurse Corps in the Vietnam War and her most recent presentation is "A Small Part in this Great Conflict, An American Woman in World War I''.
Dr. Michael Kennedy
B.A. Seton Hall University, M.A. Rutgers University, Ph.D. LeHigh University
Instructor

mkennedy@highpoint.edu
Office: 120 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-9080

Dr. Kennedy teaches early American History, economic and business history and popular culture. He has published Negotiated Empires: Centers and Peripheries in the Americas and Over the Threshold: Domestic Violence in Early America.
Dr. Mark Swartzburg
B.A. Colgate University, M.A. and Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Instructor

mswartzb@highpoint.edu
Office: 103 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-946

Dr. Swartzburg is a European historian, and teaches courses in Modem European history, as well as Western Civilization. He is faculty advisor to the Alpha-Xi-Lambda Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta and the historical consultant and US representative to Stichtin Vrienden van Kille Kaal, Winterswijk, The Netherlands.
Jennifer Hyde
Administrative Assistant

jhyde@highpoint.edu
Office: 123 Hayworth
Phone: (336) 841-4583

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