Jacalynn Stuckey

Jacci StuckeyEducation

  • Ph.D., History, Case Western Reserve University (2003)
  • M.A., History, The University of Akron (1995)
  • M.A., Urban Studies, The University of Akron (1980)
  • B.A., Social Studies, Malone College (1977)

Experience

  • 2012-present, Professor of History, Malone University
  • 2004-12, Associate Professor of History, Malone University
  • 1999-04, Assistant Professor of History, Malone College
  • 1998-99, Instructional Manager, The University of Akron
  • 1991-99, Lecturer, The University of Akron
  • 1985-88,  Director of Alumni Services, Malone College
  • 1984-85, Director of Administration and Community Services, Stark County Metropolitan Housing Authority
  • 1981-84, Director of Community Services, Stark County Metropolitan Housing Authority

Recent Scholarly Work

  • Malone University: A Commemorative History, 1892-2017. Newberg Oregon: Barclay Press, forthcoming.
  • “Malone University,” in What Makes the First-Year Seminar High Impact? An Exploration of Effective Educational Practices, with Marcia K. Everett and Jay R. Case (Columbia, South Carolina: National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 2017), 71-74.
  • “‘The Search for Order:’ Friends Bible Institute and Training School and the Emergence of Urban Bible Institutes,” Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists, June 2016, Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre/University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England.
  • “Corporate Authority and Individual Conscience: An Outsider’s View of the Tension Between the Individual and the Community,” with Donald Tucker, Friends Association for Higher Education Conference, June 2014, Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania.
  • “Quakers and Missions,” Oxford Handbook of Quaker Studies, Pink Dandelion and Stephen Angell, editors. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 2013.
  • Review of Step by Step, Rust in Peace: The Quiet Peacemakers of Wilmington College, 1940-1976 by Sharon Drees in Journal of Quaker History 101:2 (Fall 2012): 57-58.
  • Review of God on Campus: Sacred Causes and Global Effects, by Trent Sheppard, online Conversation Café, Barclay Press, Newberg, Oregon, 2010.

Teaching Assignments

  • East Asia
  • Friends/Quaker History
  • Ohio History and Government
  • U.S. Since 1945
  • Urban and Local History
  • World History
  • Courtship and Marriage in America
  • Japanese Pop Culture
  • Modern China
  • Southeast Asia and the Vietnam War
  • Women in Revolutionary China