Jere Jackson

Jere Jackson Ph.D.

Regents Professor
Director, Center for East Texas Studies
SFASU University Historian
PhD–University of North Carolina, 1974
Modern Europe, Germany, Local and Public History


Telephone: 936.468.1397
Office: 379 T. J. Ferguson Building - Liberal Arts South

Teaching responsibilities: Dr. Jackson has responsibility for courses in 19th and 20th Century European History, including the following: Europe, 1871-1919; Europe, 1918-1945; Nazi Germany; Holocaust. He also instructs sections of Western Civilization I & II every semester. He also taught Local and Public History for years. He is a Certified On Line Instructor and a member of the Graduate Faculty


Recent Research:
JACKSON (Author) & TALBOT (Photographer): Diedrich Rulfs: Designing Modern Nacogdoches, SFASU University Press, 2014. [Awarded the East Texas Historical Association's Prize as Best Monograph of the Year.]


Chairman, Centennial Preparation Committee for SFA's 100th Anniversary in 2023-2024. Articles and images added regularly to the online History of SFASU.


Exhibition, Cole Gallery, Downtown Nacogdoches, Fall of 2017: "French Patriotic Art of World War I. Posters from the Private Collection of Dr. Jere Jackson." Part of the State of Texas Commemoration, 100th Anniversary of World War I.