PERSONAL JEAN A. SHACKELFORD
Professor, Department of Economics
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA 17837
EDUCATION Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, B.A. in Economics, 1967
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, M.A. (Economics) 1968; Ph.D., 1974
TEACHING Professor, Department of Economics, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, 1991-EXPERIENCE present.
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Bucknell University, 1982-91. Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Bucknell University, 1975-81.
Assistant Professor, State University of New York, Geneseo, N.Y., 1973-75.
Instructor, University of Alabama at Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, 1971-73.
Instructor (part-time) Introductory Economics, Department of Economics, University of Kentucky, 1969-70.
ADMINISTRATIVE Ford Foundation Grant: Strategic Planning Initiative, 2003-2004, project
EXPERIENCE administrator for 102K Grant.
Bucknell in London codirector, 2000, 2003.
Webweaver (‘master’) iaffe.org, 1995-2004.
Ford Foundation Grant to IAFFE, Grant Administrator, 2000-2005. (Over 300K)
MacArthur Grant to IAFFE; Administrator, 1995-96; 1997-99. (300K)
IDRC Grant to IAFFE, Program Administrator, 1999, 2003.
SIDA Grant to IAFFE, Program Administrator 1999-2004. (80K/year)
Shaler-Adams Grant to IAFFE; Project/Program Administrator, 1998
IAFFE grant from SIDA Administrator, 1996-97, 1999-2002
Netherlands Grant to IAFFE for Beijing Conference on Women, 1995-96, Grant Administrator .
Executive Secretary/Treasurer, International Association for Feminist Economics 1994-2004.
FEMECON-L, Listowner 1992-2004.
Co-director Race/Gender Resource Center, Bucknell University, Fall 1991.
Chair, Department of Economics, Bucknell University, 1986-1990.
Director of the Writing Center and Program, Bucknell University, January 1985 - September 1986; March-December 1997
COURSES Introductory Economics (1 and 2 semesters), Regional & Urban
TAUGHT Economics, Regional Studies, Money and Financial Institutions, Money and
Banking, International Economics, Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory, History of Economic Thought, Women in the Economy, Feminist Theory, Patriarchy and the Division of Labor, Seminars in Macroeconomic Policy, and Economic Writing. (Developed and taught the Foundations Seminar: Economic Stories from the Eighties: Beyond the Invisible Hand, and Start it up! Technologies Past Present and Future: Their Economic, Social and Political Consequences, CRASH! BOOM! BANG! ), Revolutionary Britain: Economic, Social and Cultural Impacts of the Industrial and Computer Revolution, Economic Topics: The Idea of Capitalism in British Economic Thought, The British Economy: Structures and Policies - The UK and the EU, Perspectives in Economic Transition, The Digital Economy. The British Empire and Ancient Empires. All courses are conducted as writing intensive [W1 and W2] courses.
ONLINE The Digital Economy
SYLLABI Economic Principles
Foundation Seminars: Start it up and CRASH! BOOM! BANG!
History of Economic Thought
Money and Banking
Money and Financial Institutions
AWARDS ITEP Award, Bucknell University, Summer 1996, 1997
1990-2001 Bucknell University Curricular Development Grant, Summer 1994, 1997, 2001
Lindbeck Award for Distinguished Teaching, Bucknell University 1992
Bucknell University Faculty Development Grant, Summer 1990, 1999
Books Economics: A Tool For Understanding Society by Tom Riddell, Jean Shackelford, Steve Stamos and Geoff Schneider, 2001, 2004.
Economics: A Tool for Understanding Society by Tom Riddell, Jean Shackelford and Steve Stamos. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley - Longman Publishing Company, 1979, 1982, 1987, 1991, 1998, 2001.
Economics: A Tool for Understanding Society, Instructors Manual by Tom Riddell, Jean Shackelford and Steve Stamos. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley-Longman Publishing Company, 1979, 1982, 1987, 1991, 1998, 2001.
Urban and Regional Economics by Jean Shackelford, Detroit, MI: Gale Research Corporation, 1980.
Overall Economic Development Program written for the Top of Alabama Development District for the Economic Development Administration, Huntsville, AL, 1972
Manuscripts The History of Economic Thought: A Reader, compiled by William C. Cooper, Written by William C. Cooper and Jean Shackelford, edited by Jean Shackelford.
Articles “Economy and English Families,” Dan Quinlan and Jean Shackelford. Reprinted 1998-2004 in The Family and Population History, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001.
“Economics Standards and Lists: Proposed Antidotes for Feminist Economists,” Geoff Schneider and Jean Shackelford. Feminist Economics, Volume 7 Number 2, 2001.
“Toward a Feminist Pedagogy in Economics,” April Laskey Aerni, Robin L. Bartlett, Margaret Lewis, KimMarie McGoldrick, and Jean Shackelford, Feminist Economics, Vol. 5, No. 1, March, 1999, pp. 29-44.
“Feminist Pedagogy: A Means for Bringing Thinking and Creativity to the Economics Classroom,” reprinted in KimMarie McGoldrick and April Aerni, Valuing us all: Feminist Pedgogy and Economics, University of Michigan Press, 2000.
“Teaching Strategy and Assignment Design: Assessing Quality and Validity of Information via the Web,” by Jean Shackelford, Dot Thompson, Mary Beth James. Social Science Computer Review, Vol. 17, No. 2, Summer 1999, pp. 196-208.
“Assessing the Strengths and Limits of Web Sites: the Web form in Action,” by Jean Shackelford, Feminist Economics, March, 1999 pp. 87-90.
"Economy and Family: English Middle- and Upper-Class Families 1500-1850," by Daniel Quinlan and Jean Shackelford. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Winter, 1994.
"Feminist Pedagogy: A Means for Bringing Thinking and Creativity to the Economics Classroom," by Jean Shackelford. American Economic Review, May 1992.
"One Semester Introductory Economics Texts: Echo's and Choices," Journal of Economic Education, Winter, 1991.
Other Recent “Mable Newcomer,” Biographical Dictionary of Women Economists, Robert and Publications Marianne Diamand, eds. [Edward Elgar.) London: 2000.
“Flora Tristan,” Biographical Dictionary of Women Economists, Robert and Marianne Diamand, eds. [Edward Elgar.) London: 2000.
“The International Association for Feminist Economics,” in The Elgar Companion to Feminist Economics, Janice Peterson and Margaret Lewis, eds. London, Edward Elgar, 2000.
“IAFFE.” The Dictionary of Political Economy, Phillip O’Hare editor. London: Routledge, 1999.
Presentations “Practicing Pedagogy: Feminist Economic Literacy 101,” Presented at the 14th
1990-2004 Annual Conference of the International Association for Feminist Economics, Oxford, August 5-7, 2004.
“Feminist Pedagogy in Economists ABC, 1-2-3. ” Presented at the12th Annual
IAFFE Conference, June 27-29 2003, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, St. Michael, Barbados.
Session Chair: “Beyond the JEL: Feminism and the Classification of Economic Knowledge” (Roundtable Discussion), at the 12th Annual IAFFE Conference, June 27-29 2003, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, St. Michael, Barbados.
"High Tech and High Heels in the Global Economy: Women, Work and Pink-Collar Identities in the Caribbean," by Carla C. Freeman. Presentation at “Book Club” session, at the 12th Annual IAFFE Conference, June 27-29 2003, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, St. Michael, Barbados.
“A History of IAFFE and Feminist Economics.” Presented at the Conference on Heterodox Economics, Kansas City, October, 2002.
Using Data for Economic Literacy: A Project for Feminist Pedagogy.” Organized workshop and presented paper on “using data with Economic Principles.” 2003 Pedagogy Workshop, held in conjunction with the ASSA meetings in Washington, D.C., January 2, 2003, American University.
“But they All Know There is a Problem with Social Security…’ A Report on Problems in Economics Literacy.” Presented at the Conference on Feminist Economics, Occidental College, Los Angeles, California, July 12-14, 2002.
Workshop Organizer. “Assessment and Evaluation Techniques and Strategies.” Presented in conjunction with the ASSA meetings Atlanta, Georgia, January 3, 2002.
“Feminist Economic Literacy in the New Millennium,” June 23, 2001, 10th Annual
Conference on Feminist Economics, International Association for Feminist Economics, Oslo, Norway.
“Creating and Using a Just-in-Time Syllabus,” January 4, 2001, full day
workshop by Jean Shackelford, Shyamala Raman, and Kim Sosin in conjunction with the ASSA meetings, New Orleans, LA.
Keynote speaker, “Technology and Teaching Economics Workshop,” Five College Consortium, Dennison University, December, 1,2, 2000.
“Methodological Issues in Teaching Roundtable: Strategies for Feminist Pedagogy & Active Learning,” roundtable organizer and participant, Conference of the International Association for Feminist Economics, Istanbul, Turkey, August, 2000.
“Toward a Feminist Pedagogy in Economics: Roundtable,” Conference of the International Association for Feminist Economics, Ottawa, Canada, 1999.
“Feminist Pedagogy in Economics,” Race/Gender Center, Colloquy, Bucknell
University, October, 1999.
“Ten Principles of Feminist Economics: A Modestly Proposed Antidote,” by Geoff Schneider and Jean Shackelford, presented at the Southern
Economic Association Meetings, November, 1998, Baltimore, MD.
“Teaching Strategy and Assignment Design: Assessing Quality and Validity of Information Via the Web,” by Jean Shackelford and Dot Thompson, Computers in the Social Sciences meetings, New Haven, CT, May, 1997.
“Feminist Economics in ‘Women’s Literature,’” by Jean Shackelford, presented at the Out of the Margin 2 Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 1998.
“Feminist Principles of Economics,” organized and presenter in a Round table at the Out of the Margin 2 Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 1998.
“Mary Kingsley Travels to West Africa: The Discourse of Empire and Trade,” by Jean Shackelford, at the Out of the Margin 2 Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 1998.
“Chaos Theory and Feminist Economics,” roundtable participant at the Out of the Margin 2 Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 1998.
"Flora Tristan's London Journal:: Chronicles for Classical Political Economy
in the age of Owen, Marx and Mill," presented at the annual meetings of
the American Economic Association, January 1997, New Orleans, LA.
"The 1996 U.S. Elections: A Feminist Post-Mortem, presented at the Eastern Economic Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., November 1996.
"Constructive Ambivalence / Wishy-Washy Relativism: Postmodernism and Feminist Economics," presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the International Association for Feminist Economics, Washington, D.C., June 21-23, 1996.
"Virtual and Professional Community: Can Electronic Media Lower Barriers to Professional Advancement for Women Economists," with Joan Combs, presented at the Computing in the Social Sciences-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Social Science Computing Association, May 12-15, Minneapolis, MN
"Feminist Pedagogy: A Guided Tour--A Lab of Her Own," presented at the 4th Annual Conference of the International Association for Feminist Economics, Tours, France, July, 1995.
"Mable Newcomer and the Economics Profession, 1917-1957," presented at the 6th Annual Conference on Socio-Economics, Paris, France, July, 1994.
"Is Feminist Pedagogy Hazardous to Your Employment Health? Issues of Evaluation, presented at the Southern Economic Association Meetings, New Orleans, November, 1993.
"The Logic, Mathematics and Metaphors of William Stanley Jevon's Theory of Political Economy: A Feminist Critique," presented at Out of the Margin: The International Conference on Feminist Perspectives on Economic Theory, Amsterdam, June, 1993.
Highlighted session on Pedagogy at Out of the Margin Conference, Amsterdam. June, 1993.
"The Practices of Feminist Pedagogy in the History of Economic Thought: A Course in Point," presented at the American Economic Association Meetings, Anaheim, California, January, 1993.
"What Should an Organization for Feminist Economics Do?" presented at the First Conference on Feminist Economics, Washington, D.C., July 1992.
"Academic Institutions and Feminist Standpoint Theory," prepared for presenta-tion at International Conference of Women in Higher Meetings, Jan. 1991
"Perspectives on Diversity in Economic Education," American Economic Association Meetings, December, 1990.
OTHER Conference Coordinator, 13th Annual Conference of IAFFE, Oxford University,
PROFESSIONAL August 5-7.
ACTIVITIES Program and Conference Coordinator, 12th Annual Conference of IAFFE,
1990-2004 St. Michaels Barbados, June 2003.
Conference Coordinator, 11th Annual Conference of IAFFE, Los Angeles, CA,
Conference Coordinator, IAFFE Conference, Oslo, Norway, June 2001.
Conference Coordinator, IAFFE Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, August 2000.
Conference Coordinator, IAFFE Conference, Ottawa, Canada, June, 1999.
Conference Coordinator, IAFFE Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands,
U.S. Conference Coordinator, IAFFE Conference, Taxco, Mexico. June 1996.
Conference/Program Coordinator, IAFFE Conference, Tours, France, July 1995.
Program Chair, Annual Summer Conference of IAFFE, Milwaukee, WI, July, 1994.
Program Committee, Out of the Margin: feminist perspectives on economic
theory, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2-5, 1993.
Editor, IAFFE Newsletter 1991-93.
Reviewer, Journal of Economic Education, 1986, 1990, 1996,2000.
Reviewer, Feminist Economics, 1981-85,1995 - present.
Incorporator, International Association for Feminist Economics, 1992
Reviewer, Journal of Social Economics, 1992 - present.
SELECTED Faculty Representative to Trustee Finance Committee 1999-00.
BUCKNELL Bucknell University AAUP, President, 1997-98.
SERVICE University Committee on Planning and Budget, 2004-2006; 1994-2000; 1986-89 , Chair 1996-Spring 99, 1981-85.
Ad-hoc committee on campus sexual assault crisis, co-convener, 1996-99.
Faculty Retirement Planning Committee, 1991-92.
Chair, Department of Economics, 1986-1990.
Ad Hoc Committee on Financial Strength and Stability, Faculty, Student, Trustee Committee, 1988-89, produced report, Fall, 1988.
Student Financial Aid Funding Committee, Trustee, Faculty, Administration Committee, 1986. Produced the document, Tuition Planning and Family Affordability.
Faculty Trustee Committee on Wage and Salary Guidelines (Hood Committee), 1981-82.
Middle States Self Study Committee Chair, 1982-83
University Committee on Staff Planning, 1983-85 , Chair, 1985.
Computer Planning Committee, 1982-85, produced "Progress Report," 1983.
Composition Council, Chair 1984-86.
January Plan Committee, 1980- 1990. Produced review of program and organized data for evaluation.
Faculty Colloquium Committee 1983-1987.
Search Committees: Various departments and programs University Committee on Instruction, 1981-82.
Women's Resource Center Board, 1986-present.
Race and Gender Center Board, 1989-1994.
Founder, Incorporator, Founding President, Vice President and Board member, Sunflower Day Care Center, 1977-83.