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Jacqueline Sarah Wilkie, American history professor. Achievements include research on women and health, history of the United States medicine, women in medicine and nursing history. History fellow Northeastern University, 1979.

Background

Wilkie, Jacqueline Sarah was born on November 28, 1956 in Albany, New York, United States. Daughter of Lyle Howard Senior and Patricia Maria (McDermott) W.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, College St. Rose, Albany, New York, 1978. Master of Arts in American History, Northeastern University, Boston, 1979. District Attorney, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1982.

Career

Teaching and research assistant department history, Northeastern U., Boston, 1978-1979;curriculum designer project on social history, Carnegie-Mellon U., Pittsburgh, 1979-1981;executive assistant, Carnegie-Mellon U., Pittsburgh, 1981-1982;instructor department history, Carnegie-Mellon U., Pittsburgh, 1981;adjunct assistant professor, Carnegie-Mellon U., Pittsburgh, 1982-1983;assistant professor of history, Control Michigan U., 1983-1987;assistant professor of history, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa., 1987-1992;associate professor of history, women's studies coordinator, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa., 1993-1997;Joyce Foundation scholar-in-residence, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa., 1991. Assistant director Pittsburgh Area National History Day Contest, Carnegie-Mellon U., 1982-1983. Visiting scholar Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research summer program in quantitative methods of social research University of Michigan, summer 1985.

Coordinator Mayo Foundation Oral History Nursing Project, 1991-1995.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on women and health, history of the United States medicine, women in medicine and nursing history.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The History of Health and Medicine, 1982. Co-author: (with Peter N. Stearns) Work and Leisure in History, 1982. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Volunteer Decorah Superior vena cava syndrome for Abused Women, since 1987. Member American Association of University Professors (state Executive Board since 1992, secretary Iowa conference since 1995), American Association of University Women, Orgn.Am. Historians, Iowa History Society, National Women's Studies Association, American Association History of Medicine, National Museum for Women in Arts.

Connections

1 child Miles Patrick.

child:
Miles Patrick Wilkie