Jason R. Edwards

Professor
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Contact Information
Phone: 724-458-3346
Email: jredwards@gcc.edu

Jason R. Edwards

Education

  • Ph.D., History and Philosophy of Education
  • M.A., History
  • B.A., History

Affiliations

  • Society for Classical Learning
  • Fellow of the Center for Vision & Values
  • Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels
  • Intercollegiate Studies Institute
  • Phi Alpha Theta (History Honorary Society)
  • Filson Historical Society

Areas of Expertise

  • History and Philosophy of Education
  • Agrarianism

Courses Taught

  • Western Civilization (HUMA 101)
  • Foundations of History (HIST 120)
  • Forensics (COMM 109)
  • Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education/Foundations of Education (HIST 204; EDUC 201, 202)
  • Survey of United States History I (HIST 201)
  • Survey of United States History II (HIST 202)
  • History of the United States Since 1865 (HIST 283)
  • Modern Civilization from an International Perspective (HUMA 302)
  • Faith and American Education (EDU 390)
  • Film and History: Ancient Rome and the American West (HIST 390)
  • The American Civil War (HIST 334)
  • Educational Policy Seminar (EDUC 390)
  • Seminar in Classical & Christian Education (HIST 410)
  • Issues in Education Seminar (EDUC 488)

Selected Research

  • Christian and Classical Education
  • The American South
  • Leisure and Culture

Selected Publications

  • Ask the Professor: What Freshmen Need to Know 2.0, a book co-authored with Dr. Timothy D. Holder

Professional Experience

  • Head Coach of the Grove City College Debate Team
  • Advisor to the Fugitives

Hobbies/Interests

  • Kentucky Basketball
  • Fishing
  • Designer Board Games
  • Tennis
  • Blues and Bluegrass


The Truth is: The march of Providence is so slow, and our desires so impatient, the work of progress is so immense, and our means of aiding it so feeble, the life of humanity is so long, and that of the individual so brief, that we often see only the ebb of the advancing wave, and are thus discouraged. It is history that teaches us to hope. –Robert E. Lee

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