Dr. Craig Stutman
Dr. Craig Stutman is an associate professor of history and public policy at Delaware Valley University. Dr. Stutman specializes in public history, social justice and social policy, race and ethnicity in the United States, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, and Pennsylvania history.
Dr. Stutman formerly served as the lead research historian and writer of a National Park Service Context Study examining the history and built-environment of African-Americans in Pennsylvania--a project which was jointly administered by both the African-American Museum in Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. In addition, he currently serves as the Chair of the Toni Morrison Society’s Bench by the Road Project--a memorial history project that has been marking significant events in the history of the African-American Diaspora by placing symbolic benches and plaques at both national and international locations. Dr. Stutman is also on the board of the Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust, located in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Eden Cemetery, a historic African-American cemetery located in Collingdale, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
- Liberal Arts
- Ph.D., History, Temple University
- B.A., History, Penn State University