Faculty Profile

Anneke Stasson

Associate Professor

Social Sciences

D.Phil.; M.St.

Anneke grew up in Olympia, Washington, and followed her parents and grandparents in graduating from Calvin College in 2003. She received her master's degree in church history from Regent College in Vancouver, bachelor's and her doctorate from Boston University, where she studied the History of Christianity, Global Christianity, and the History of Missions. Anneke’s dissertation was on twentieth-century missionaries and marriage counselors Walter and Ingrid Trobisch. Her current research continues to address the relationship between Christianity and cultural conceptions of gender, marriage, and family life. Anneke and her husband, Steve, have three daughters, Mary Lou, Eleanor, and Ruthann, all of whom enjoy raising chickens and turkeys (and hopefully soon pigs and sheep) on their little farm just north of Marion.

History of Christianity; Global Christianity; History of Missions

Boston University, 2013

Church History

Regent College, 2008


Calvin College, 2003