International Policy Studies, American History
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0119
Monday 4:45pm - 5:45pm
in-person and via Zoom
University of California, Davis
Faith Stackhouse Daly holds MAs in International Policy Studies from the Monterey Institute of International Studies and in American History from Pace University. She completed here BAs in Political Science and History from the University of California, Davis. Her recent research, "Crushing Prohibition: Northern California's Women, Wine, and Repeal," focused on the efforts of women in California's wineries to nullify or repeal Prohibition and won the Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" Perry Graduate Student Conference Poster Prize at the Western Association of Women Historians Annual Conference. Other conference presentations have included "Can a State Regime, its Programs, and Employees be Terrorists? The Case of Apartheid, Project Coast and Wouter Basson," presented at the St. Andrews University Post Graduate Symposium for the Social Science Theory and Academic Study of Terrorism and "European Union and the Probability of Perpetual Peace," presented at the University of California Conference on the European Union. She also worked as a treaty analyst on US-compliance with the Chemical Weapons Convention, presenting US progress on non-stockpile destruction in the Hague. She is currently working with the 1977 Women's Convention Project to document the efforts and activities of California's delegates, as well as continuing her involvement with the Glider Lehrman Institute's MA in American History program.
Faith has spent the past twenty years teaching a variety of the Social Sciences in high school. She currently teaches AP US History at Saratoga High School. Over this time, she has presented workshops on the use of historical newspapers in research, teaching writing and analysis to secondary students, and integrating research into the high school curriculum at annual conferences of the California Council for Social Sciences and National History Day in California.
In her spare time, Faith enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters. With both girls in competition dance, she employs much of her time at the studio and dance competitions. On school breaks, the family are most like to be found in the mountains, at the beach, or in search of live music.