Assistant Professor History
Office: 212N Spotts World Culture Building
Phone: (724) 738-4655
Fax: (724) 738-4762
Fall 2013 Semester Office Hours:
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday:
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Dr. Bergmann received his B.A. from Franklin and Marshall College and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati. His research interests examines the influences of the Ohio Valley and early West on the development of American nationalism during the early republic. His dissertation, "Commerce and Arms: The Federal Government, Native Americans, and the Economy of the Old Northwest, 1783-1807," won the Allan Nevins Prize from the Economic History Association in 2005. He is currently revising his dissertation for publication.
Dr. Bergmann has taught courses on Colonial North America, the American Revolution and the Age of Jackson, American Manhood, and Native American History.
HIST 201 Colonial America to 1815
HIST 205 The Historian's Craft
HIST 313 U.S. Manhood and Masculinities
HIST 337 Indians of the U.S.
HIST 435 Pennsylvania History