Jay R. Case
- Ph.D., American History, University of Notre Dame, 1999
- M.A., American History, University of Notre Dame, 1995
- B.A., History and Social Studies Education, Taylor University, 1984
- 1999-Present, Professor of History, Malone University
- 1997, Instructor, University of Notre Dame
- 1996, Adjunct Professor of History, Taylor University at Fort Wayne
- 1994-95, Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Notre Dame
- 1986-93, Social Studies Teacher, Rift Valley Academy, Kijabe, Kenya
- 1985-86, Social Studies Teacher, Oak Hill High School, Marion, IN
- 1984-85, Social Studies Teacher, Madison-Grant High School, Marion, IN
Recent Scholarly Work
- “In Praise of Limitations,” in Eric Miller and Ron Morgan, eds, Brazilian Evangelicalism and the Hope of Renewal: An Inside and Outside Look. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2019.
- “What the Waorani Mission Wrought.” Christianity Today. March, 2019.
- An Unpredictable Gospel: American Evangelicalism and World Christianity, 1812-1910, New York: Oxford University Press. 2012.
- “The Methodist and Holiness Movement in North America,” in Timothy Larsen and Mark A. Noll, eds, The Oxford History of Protestant Dissenting Traditions, Oxford University Press. 2017.
- “Students Are Not Simply Thinking Beings: Cultivating Desires for Quaker Principles,” Quaker Higher Education, November 2013.
- “Emancipation and the African American Great Awakening, 1866-1880,” in American Evangelicalism: George Marsden and the Shape of American Religious History, Kurt W. Peterson, Thomas S. Kidd and Darren Dochuk, eds., Norte Dame, In.: University of Notre Dame Press, 2014.
- “And Ever the Twain Shall Meet: The Holiness Missionary Movement and the Birth of World Pentecostalism, 1870-1920.” Religion and American Culture, Summer, 2006, vol. 16, no. 1.
- “The American Baptist Reaction to Asian Christianity,” in Lamin Sanneh and Joel Carpenter, eds., The Changing Face of Christianity: Africa, the West and the World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005.
- “From the Native Ministry to the Talented Tenth: The Foreign Missionary Origins of White Support for Black Higher Education,” in Daniel H. Bays and Grant Wacker, eds., The Foreign Missionary Enterprise at Home: Explorations in North American Cultural History, Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2003.
- College Experience
- World History: 1500 to Present
- American History: Colonial Era to the Civil War
- American History: Gilded Age to the Present
- Religion in America
- History of the Civil War and Reconstruction
- History of Africa
- History of Latin America
- History of Missions and World Christianity
- Faith in the World Seminar: Film and the American Dream
- History of World Religions
- Honors Seminar: Boredom
- History Senior Seminar