School of Arts and Sciences | History Faculty
Pamela McVay, Ph.D.Associate Professor, Historypmcvay@ursuline.edu
Office: Besse Library BL 018
Dr. McVay earned her Ph.D. at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in History. Her Doctoral Examination Fields were Renaissance and Reformation Europe; Indian Ocean Empires, 1450-1750; and Comparative Colonial Women's History, 1500-1800. She earned her Master of Arts in Early Modern History at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and her Bachelor of Science in History and German Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is the author of Envisioning Women in World History 1500 to the Present
and a number of articles on colonial and women’s history. Timothy Kinsella, Ph.D.Professor, Chair, Historytkinsella@ursuline.edu
Office: Mullen 337
Dr. Kinsella did his undergraduate and Masters work in History at John Carroll University, a second Masters in Government and International Studies at the University of South Carolina, and earned his Doctorate in American Studies at Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Kinsella’s academic career has produced numerous and distinguished research projects, including published papers, presentations, book reviews, encyclopedia entries, and contributions to books and monographs. He offered his most recent presentation, “Place as Magnet: the Central Business District and its Differing Uses Over Time in an Aging Manufacturing City,” at the AGLSP Conference, San Jose California, in October 2015.