Dr. Jaye Lee Rogers is a Professor of History and has taught at Anderson University since 1996. She earned degrees from New Mexico State University and the Union Institute. Her fields of specialty include the history of American diplomacy; American 20th century history; Women’s Studies; and the history of the non-Western world, including China, Japan, Russia, and Latin America. Her research includes an extensive study of African-American and white missionary women who served in central Africa in the early 20th century; the challenges facing American diplomats from German anti-Semitism in the 1930s; and, most recently, the reciprocal relationship between the British and American women’s suffrage movements in the late 19th – early 20th century. She has presented papers at several conferences, including the Berkshire Conference in June 2011 and the annual conference of the Indiana Association of Historians. She is a member of Phi Alpha Theta and the Indiana Association of Historians.

Dr. Rogers currently serves as the chair of the Department of History and Political Science, the Director of Academic Assessment for Anderson University, and the Director of Summer School. She is an active member of the Anderson Church of the Brethren.

Dr. Rogers has served at Anderson University since 1999.

Contact Dr. Rogers: 
jlrogers2@anderson.edu
Decker Hall 366; (765) 641-4442

Chair, Department of History and Political Science
Professor of History
B.A., M.A., New Mexico State University
Ph.D., The Union Institute