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Tiffany Jones, Ph.D.

Tiffany Jones, Ph.D
Tiffany Jones, Ph.D.

History

Co-faculty director of the South African summer study abroad program

Tiffany Jones, history professor and chair of the history department, is the co-faculty director of the South African summer study abroad program.

History professor and chair of the history department, Tiffany Jones, specializes in African history, and is the co-faculty director of the CSUSB South African summer study abroad program. Her other research and teaching interests include Southern African history, medical history, psychiatric history, history of “third world” development, and world history.

Jones is not only knowledgeable in African history, but is also fluent in Afrikaans, has basic speaking ability in Zulu, as well as reading proficiency in French, German and Dutch.

She is the recipient of various grants and awards, has been invited to numerous conference presentations, and has published a number of reviews and publications. She is a member of the African Studies Association, the American Historical Association, the Canadian Association of African Studies, the American Society for the History of Medicine, International Society for the History of Medicine, and the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine.

Jones received her Ph.D. in history from Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada; her master’s in history from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada; and her bachelor’s, combined honors in English and History, from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.