PhD, Central Asian History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2011
MA, Central Asian History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007
BA, History, (Russian and East European Studies), Arizona State University, 2003
BA, Russian Language and Literature, Arizona State University, 2003
Danielle Ross is an Assistant Professor of Asian history, and she teaches pre-modern and modern Islamic and world history. A native of California, Ross has published articles on Muslim participation in the First World War and Islamic law and education in the Russian empire. She is currently researching Muslim merchant-industrialist networks in the nineteenth and early twentieth-century Russia.