Jace Stuckey

Jace Stuckey (no photo)

Associate Professor

Academic Credentials

B.S., Thomas University
M.A., University of Central Florida
Ph.D., University of Florida


Other Information

Teaching Area

  • The Ancient World
  • Medieval Europe
  • The Renaissance

Research Interests

  • Medieval Europe
  • The Crusades

Dr. Jace Stuckey joined the Marymount University faculty in 2012, having previously taught at Louisiana Tech University and at Cardiff University in Wales (UK) as a Fulbright Fellow. He has taught courses on a variety of topics in European history including World Civilization to 1500, Western Civilization I & II, Ancient Greece and Rome, Medieval Europe, Renaissance and Reformation, The Medieval Church, as well as study-aboard courses in both Italy and Germany.

His research is centered on Medieval Europe and focuses on the Crusades, the interplay between history and memory, and the Legend of Charlemagne. In 2008, he co-edited and contributed an article to the book, The Legend of Charlemagne in the Middle Ages: Power, Faith, and Crusade. He is currently working on a monograph on the figure of Charlemagne.



Phone: 703-526-6869

Email: jace.stuckey@marymount.edu