Faculty

The Department of History is home to a distinguished group of faculty. Explore the links below to learn more about each faculty member, and please feel free to visit our offices on the fourth floor of Hemphill Hall.

 

CHBS Building

Hemphill Hall, the Home of the History Department.

Departmental Offices are located in Room 4602.

Current Faculty

CHBS_HIST_SUSAN_AMENT_2018

Professor of History. Russian, East European, European Women, & Women's History.

Contact: seament@radford.edu; (540) 831-5247

CHBS_HIST_BROCK_CUTLER_2018

Associate Professor of History. Middle Eastern, Global Environmental, & World History.

Contact: bcutler2@radford.edu; (540) 831-7836

 

 

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Professor of History. West European, Indian, & World History. 

Contact: kgingric@radford.edu; (540) 831-5229

 

 

CHBS_HIST_SHARON_ROGER_HEPBURN_2018

Professor of History and Department Chair. 19th Century American & African American History.

Contact: shepburn@radford.edu; (540) 831-5287

 

 

McClellan

Professor Emeritus of History. African, Middle Eastern, & World History.

Contact: cmcclell@radford.edu; (540) 831-5263

CHBS_HIST_MARK_MUNZINGER_2018

Professor of History. Greek, Roman, Medieval European, & Ancient Near Eastern History.

Contact: mmunzinge@radford.edu; (540) 831-5156

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Professor of History. American Social, Religious, & Medical History.

Contact: jsmoore@radford.edu; (540) 831-5872

CHBS_HIST_MATT_OYOS_2018

Professor of History. American, Modern Latin American, & Warfare History.

 Contact: moyos@radford.edu; (540) 831-5283

 

 

CHBS_HIST_JOHN_GREG_RYDER_2018

Senior Instructor. World History & American History. 

Contact: jryder3@radford.edu; (540) 831-6201

richard-straw

Professor of History. American & Public History. 

Contact: rstraw@radford.edu; (540) 831-5873

 

 

Retired Faculty

Ferrari

Professor Emeritus of History. American, Colonial Latin American, American Women, & Virginia History. 

Contact: mferrari@radford.edu

 

 

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Associate Professor Emeritus of History. Modern German, Modern European, & European Intellectual History.

Associate Professor Emeritus of History

Mike Montgomery received his PhD from the State University of New York at Buffalo.  For 28 years, he taught courses in modern German history, modern European history, and European intellectual history.  

The faculty, staff, and students of the Department of History were saddened to learn of Dr. Montgomery's passing on October 12, 2022. A memorial service and celebration of Mike’s life will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, November 19, 2022, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation New River Valley, 1301 Gladewood Dr., Blacksburg, VA. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.