Department of History at UC Berkeley

Beverly Hancock Bouwsma
Observer of Campus and Community Culture; Berkeley Department of History Faculty Wife, 1956-2001. 2008. 117 pp.

William J. Bouwsma
Historian of European Culture in the Early Modern Era, University of California, Berkeley, 1956-1991. 2008. 121 pp.

Robert Brentano
Scholar and Teacher of Medieval History, University of California, Berkeley, 1952-2002. 2006, 399 pp.

Delmer M. Brown
Professor of Japanese history at the University of California, Berkeley, 1946-1977. 2000, 410 pp.

Gene Brucker
Historian of Renaissance Florence, University of California, Berkeley, 1954-1991. 234 pp.

Natalie Zemon Davis
Historian of Early Modern Europe, Professor at Berkeley, 1971-1978. 2010, 79 pp.

Paula S. Fass
American Social and Cultural Historian and Historian of Childhood, University of California, Berkeley, 1974-2012. 2012, 126 pp.
Video Excerpts:
On the influence of intellectural community in UC Berkeley Department of History
On divisions in the department over approaches to history

Richard Herr
Historian of Spain and France, University of California, Berkeley, 1960-1991. 2009, 270 pp.

Lynn A. Hunt
Historian of France and Modern Europe, Professor at Berkeley, 1974-1987. 2013, 93 pp.
Video Excerpts: On Representations and what it represented
Setting the agenda: Berkeley's expectations of its scholars

Winthrop D. Jordan
Historian of Slavery and Race Relations in America, Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, 1963-1982. 2009. 194 pp.

David N. Keightley
Historian of Early China, University of California, Berkeley, 1969-1998. 2003, 190 pp.

Lawrence Levine
Historian of American Culture Professor at Berkeley, 1992-1994. 2014, 479 pp.

Video Excerpts:
Black Culture and Black Consciousness and the Use of Theory Part 1
Black Culture and Black Consciousness and the Use of Theory Part 2
The Genesis of Highbrow/Lowbrow
The Unpredicatable Past
The Opening of the American Mind
On Being Arrested for the Last Time
"The Fireside Chats" and the Great Depression
Teaching

Martin Edward Malia
Historian of Russian and European Intellectual History, 2005. 239 pp.

Henry F. May
Professor of American Intellectual History, University of California, Berkeley, 1952-1980. 1999, 218 pp.

Nicholas V. Riasanovsky
Professor of Russian and European Intellectual History, University of California, Berkeley, 1957-1997.  1998, 312 pp.

Carl E. Schorske
Intellectual Life, Civil Libertarian Issues, and the Student Movement at the University of California, Berkeley, 1960-1969. 2000, 203 pp.

Kenneth M. Stampp
Historian of Slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, University of California, Berkeley, 1946-1983. 1998, 313 pp.


Donated Oral History

Woodrow W. Borah
Woodrow W. Borah interview: oral history transcript, by James W. Wilkie and Rebecca Horn, 1983. Transcript in Bancroft Library.

Oral Histories In Process

Tulio Halperin, Latin American history
Leon Litwack, United States history, African American history
Frederic Wakeman, Historian of China




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