Photography by Russell Kornblith
- Bachelor of Arts, Northwestern University
- Master of Arts, University Michigan Ann Arbor
- Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan Ann Arbor
In addition to the survey of Russian history from the 10th century to the present, Heather Hogan variously offers course work on early modern Russia, the 19th-century intelligentsia, Russia's interactions with Central Asia, and Stalinism. Her research interests include late imperial labor history and 19th- to 20th-century Central Asia. She is author of Forging Revolution: Metalworkers, Managers, and the State in St. Petersburg, 1890-1914 (Indiana, 1993). On July 1, 2010, she began a three year appointment as Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences for faculty development.