- Michael V. C. Alexander (Ph.D., North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1969; Assoc. Prof.
Emeritus) Tudor-Stuart England
- Linda Arnold, (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 1982)
- David D. Burr (Ph.D., Duke 1967; Prof. Emeritus) Medieval Europe, intellectual
- Thomas C. Howard (Ph.D., Florida State, 1965; Assoc. Prof. Emeritus) Colonial and Modern Africa, British Empire (1966-2008)
- Ronald J. Nurse (Ph.D., Michigan State 1971; Assoc. Prof. Emeritus) American diplomatic (1971-2002)
- William Ochsenwald (Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1971; Prof. Emeritus) Middle East (1971-2008)
- J. Dean O'Donnell (Ph.D., Rutgers, 1970; Assoc. Prof. Emeritus) French Diplomatic History (1970-2007)
James I. Robertson, Jr., (Ph.D., Emory, 1959; Alumni Distinguished Professor) Civil War
- Crandall Shifflett (Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1975; Prof. Emeritus) Seventeenth-Century Atlantic World, Digital History, U.S. South, History of Virginia. ( 1979 - 2010)
- Joseph L. Wieczynski (Ph.D., Georgetown 1966; Prof. Emeritus) Russia (1968-1999)
- Gustavus G. Williamson Jr. (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins 1954; Assoc. Prof. Emeritus) U.S. Economic (1954-1985)
- Young-tsu Wong (Ph.D., Washington 1971; Prof. Emeritus) China, Japan (1971-2003)
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