Dr. Jodie N. Mader
Office Location: Administration Building
Dr. Mader is a native of Fort Thomas, Kentucky. She received a B.A. in History in 1998 from Thomas More College, earned her MA in 2001 from the University of Cincinnati (UC), and PhD in History from the University of Kentucky (UK) in 2008. Dr. Mader was appointed Assistant Professor of History at Thomas More in 2009 after short stints as an instructor at UC and UK. Dr. Mader teaches World Civilizations I and II and upper-level courses in Women and Gender in Modern Europe, American Women, and Modern Britain. Her orientation in the class room is to make history real, fun, and interesting to students, whether they are history majors or not. Her areas of specialization include Modern Europe (both the nineteenth and twentieth century), world history, women's history and Modern British history. In British history, she is particularly interested in the growth and development of its empire in the late nineteenth century. Dr. Mader's scholarship and research interests include presenting conference papers on topics that focus on European and British history. Her current research is an examination of the Boer War/South African War, 1899-1902, with special attention on the anti-war movement, the role of women, legal rhetoric, and issues of race. Dr. Mader enjoys playing softball, reading, and spending time with her family.
B.A., Thomas More College, Crestview Hills, Kentucky (1998)
M.A., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio (2001)
Ph.D., University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (2008)
Jodie N. Mader first came to Thomas More College in 2006.