History

Kenneth Jones

Academic Degrees:
  • Ph.D., Cornell University
  • B.A., University of California at Santa Cruz
Academic Interests:

Recent (20 th-21 st century) US History with a focus on race, class, and gender.  Also sport history, health care/public health issues, and recent US foreign policy.

Research:

Dr. Jones is currently working on a long essay on the Black experience at CSB and SJU from the 1930s through the 1980s.

Courses Taught:
  • HIST 152C: Chasing the American Dream
  • HIST 3ooc: Sport and Society in 20th Century America
  • HIST 357: United States From World War I to 1960
  • HIST 358: United States Since 1960
  • HIST 368: United States and the World
Publications:

The Loaf that Became a Legend: A History of Saint John’s Bread [Amazon]

Story:

I started teaching at Arizona State University, but realized I wanted to be at a smaller school with a liberal arts focus and an emphasis on teaching. I came here in 1976 and have happily stayed ever since. Besides teaching History and First Year Seminar, I have had the privilege of working with many colleagues in the past as the director of the Learning Enhancement Service, the CSB/SJU program to help faculty teach in ways that promote excellent student learning.

Kenneth Jones

CSB Richarda N6
320-363-5224
[email protected]

Contact the History Department
College of Saint Benedict
Saint John’s University

Dr. Brian Larkin
Chair, History Department
CSB Richarda N8
320-363-5226