Named for Professor David H. Bishop upon its completion in 1969, Bishop Hall is home of the Arch Dalrymple III Department of History.
Professor Mikaëla Adams teaches and researches Native American History, Citizenship, Identity and Belonging, Tribal Sovereignty, Race Relations, and the South.
Professor Sue Grazel (left) teaches and researches Modern Europe and Women.
Professor April Holm teaches and researches 19th Century U.S., Sectionalism, Civil War and Reconstruction, Christianity, and Slavery and Emancipation.
John Neff, associate professor of history, directs the Center for Civil War Research.
Ted Ownby (left), professor of history and Southern Studies and the director of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, with Charles Reagan Wilson, emeritus Kelly Gene Cook Sr. Chair and professor of history and Southern Studies
Elizabeth Payne (left), professor of history, who teaches American Progressivism, Women, and Religion, with Macey Ferrell, who is featured in Payne's documentary film Makin' Do.
Charles Ross, associate professor of history and director of the African American Studies program, teaching and research interests include the U.S. 20th Century and Sports.
Martha Dowd Dalrymple & former Chancellor Jones unveil the Arch Dalrymple III Department of History plaque.
History professors Joe Ward (from right) and Chuck Ross with law professor Michele Alexandre, and student Melody Friarson.