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Stacy A. Cordery
Department Chair
Wallace Hall, Room 6
309-457-2372
SCordery@MonmouthCollege.edu

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Monmouth, IL 61462

 
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Stacy A. Cordery  
 
Chair and Professor of History
Curator, Monmouth College Archives

Contact Information:

Phone: 309-457-2372
Email: SCordery@MonmouthCollege.edu
Office: Rm. L-7, Wallace Hall
Academic Website

Author Website

Education:

B.A., Theater, University of Texas, 1983
M.A., History, University of Texas, 1986
Ph.D., History, University of Texas, 1992

Courses taught:

World War II
U. S. Women's History
Women, Justice, and Equality
African-American History, 1865-Present
Biography and History
The Just War
The Vietnam Era
The Trans-Atlantic World
Historical Methods
Introduction to Liberal Arts
United States History 1492-1901
United States History 1750-1901
United States History 1901-Present
History of Illinois

Research Interests:

Burl Ives, First Ladies, the Roosevelt Family, History and Biography, Mabel Boardman

Publications:

Juliette Gordon Low: The Remarkable Founder of the Girl Scouts (Viking, 2012)

Alice: Alice Roosevelt Longworth, From White House Princess to Washington Power Broker (Viking, 2007)

Historic Photos of Theodore Roosevelt: In the Vanguard of the Modern (Turner, 2007)

Theodore Roosevelt: In the Vanguard of the Modern (Thompson/Wadsworth, 2003)

About Stacy Cordery:

What I love most about history is following the trail of documents to see where it leads. I'm an historical biographer by inclination, and I am fascinated by the influence of individuals on events.

 
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