Associate Professor of History
Ph.D. in African History, Northwestern University
• Speciality: African and African Diaspora History
MA in African History, secondary area Latin American History, Northwestern University
BA in History, Howard University
Associate Professor of History and Religion
Dr. Haus is the director of Jewish Studies.
Jeffrey Haus received his Ph.D. in Modern Jewish History from Brandeis University in 1997. His teaching focuses on the history of the Jewish people in Europe and America. He is the author of Challenges of Equality: Judaism, State, and Education in Ninteenth-Century France (Wayne State University Press, 2009), as well as several articles exploring the history of French Jewry. He also served as guest-editor for issue of the CCAR Journal commemorating the bicentennial of the Paris San Hedrin (Winter 2007). His current research examines the relationship between Jews and money in modern France.
Visiting Assistant Professor of History
Ph.D. Saint Louis University (Medieval History)
M.A. (Research) Saint Louis University (Medieval History)
Interdisciplinary Post-Graduate Certificate in Medieval Studies
B.A. Kalamazoo College (Classics)