Graduate Degrees

Admission to graduate programs in History at Washington State University is currently administered centrally, via the application process outlined on the Pullman campus History Department website. Graduate students admitted to the WSU M.A. and Ph.D. programs in History can, by arrangement, undertake some or all of their studies on the Vancouver campus, with priority given to students whose research interests can be supported by resident faculty on the Vancouver campus. It may be desirable for Ph.D. students to complete one or more years of study resident in Pullman before transferring to complete the degree on the Vancouver campus. Prospective applicants are encouraged to contact faculty in their major area of concentration prior to submitting their application.

Graduate faculty

(360) 546-9469

African and Caribbean History, World History

Claudius O. and Mary W. Johnson Distinguished Professor of History
(360) 546-9646

20th-Century US Labor and Women's History, Public History

Professor of History
(360) 546-9647

18th-19th-Century French Atlantic History, World History

Associate Professor of History
(360) 546-9174

Modern China and Ethnicity, World History

Affiliated faculty

Clinical Assistant Professor / Coordinator of Native American Programs
(360) 546-9738

Colonial North America, Early Republic U.S., Environmental, Native American, American West

20th-Century Chicana/o History, Immigration, US and Mexico , Women’s Studies

Professor Emerita of History
(360) 546-9644

Native American and Public History