Andrew Mach

Andrew Mach



M.A., History, West Virginia University, 2014
B.A., Political Theory, Michigan State University, 2012

Year Matriculated into Graduate Program

Fall 2014

Graduate Field

United States History


American religious and cultural history; public history; Civil War and historical memory; civic education and engagement

Dissertation and Advisor

Advisor: Kathleen Sprows Cummings


Andrew is a public historian of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American religion and culture. He is a member of the Notre Dame Center for Social Concerns Graduate Student Advisory Council and the National Council on Public History Membership Committee. He has also served for the past six summers as a National Park Service interpretive ranger, most recently at Manassas National Battlefield Park in Virginia.