Department Chair and Associate Professor of History, Tabor College (current)
Visiting Instructor, Carnegie Mellon University
RAP Oral History Project Assistant, Center for Africanamerican Urban Studies and the Economy
Adjunct Instructor, Saint Vincent College
Oral History Researcher, Center for Africanamerican Urban Studies and the Economy
AP World History Exam Reader and Table Leader, Educational Testing Service
Assistant Editor, D&S Marketing Systems, Inc.
United States History to 1877
United States History from 1877 – Present
Early Modern Europe 1550-1789
World History I to 1500
World History 1500 – Present
History of Christianity
African American History 1850 – Present
Ancient World History
Introduction to Museum Studies
American Religious History
Kansas and the American West
Puritans in the World
American Women’s History
2016, Jan. Forthcoming, Book Review, Stoltzfus, Duane C. S. Pacifists in Chains: The Persecution of Hutterites During the Great War. Young Center Books in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014) “Citizens and Suspects: Hutterite Persecution During World War I and the problem of American Identity” in The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, Cambridge University Press, Issue 15, Vol. 1
2016, Feb, CAUSE, “Perspectives on African Americans In Pittsburgh: Twenty Years Later,” Lecture titled, “Deep Wylie: The Struggle for Working Class Street Space in the Hill District”
Klanderud, J. (2015, January). American Historical Association, Annual Conference, New York, NY. Organized Panel “Hustle and Show: Labor, Power, and Space on the Streets”
Klanderud, J. (2014, September). Association for the Study of African American Life and History, Annual Conference, Memphis, TN, Organized Panel “Servant Leadership: Social Mothering and African American Women’s Struggle for Meaningful Labor”
Klanderud, J. (2013, October). “’We Had to Show Somebody Something’: African American Street Democracy and Violence.” Association for the Study of African American Life and History, Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL.
Klanderud, J. (2012, September). “Civic Beauty and Pretty Girls: Contested Visions of Street Use Among African American Women in Pittsburgh, 1920-1950.” Association for the Study of African American Life and History, Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
Klanderud, J. (2012, April). “Ballots for Bullets: African American Street Democracy, Violence, and Vice, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1965-1970.” Urban Affairs Association, Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
Klanderud, J. (2011, November). “Redefining ‘The Ave.’: Contested Visions of Street Use Among African Americans in Pittsburgh in the Period of Urban Renewal, 1945-1957.” The Society for American City and Regional Planning History, Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
Klanderud, J. (2006, January). “Laboring in the Shadowlands: Segregated Vice and the Blurred Boundaries of Labor, Race, and Space in Storyville New Orleans, 1897-1917.” Carnegie Mellon University Graduate Student Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
Klanderud, J. (2005, January). “Challenges Presented Teaching Students to Understand Change Over Time.” American Historical Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.
History program curricular redesign, Tabor College
Integrated Media program design, Tabor College
Teacher Education Committee
Enrollment Management Committee
American Historical Association (member)
Organization of American Historians (member)
Association for the Study of African American Life and History (member)
Association of Black Women’s Historians (Life Member)