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William Logan

William Logan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of History

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William Logan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of History

William Logan is a historian of technology specializing in post-independence India. As part of his doctoral work on development in India under Prime Minister Nehru (1947-1964), he spent several years in India and learned to speak Hindi. He joined the PUC history faculty in 2018, where he teaches classes on Asian, European, United States, and World History. When not teaching his classes, Willy enjoys riding his bike on Howell Mountain, hiking in the PUC Forest, sketching, and cooking new recipes.


Degrees

B.S.E., Walla Walla University

2009

M.A., Auburn University

2014

Ph.D., Auburn University

2016

Howard Munson

Howard Munson, Ph.D. - Chair

Professor of History

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Howard Munson, Ph.D. - Chair

Professor of History

Howard Munson specializes in U.S. Diplomatic History with the Middle East, Military History, and Geography. He advises the History Political Studies and Ethics (HPSE) majors and designated Pre-Law students connected to the History Department. His research interests are the U.S. and Turkey in the early Cold War and the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Middle East. Howard’s other interests include currents events, making homemade bread, and spending time with his wife and two sons: playing soccer, tennis, and Legos, and mountain biking, trail running, and hiking.


Degrees

B.A., Walla Walla College

2002

M.A., Portland State University

2006

Ph.D., Washington State University

2012