Jeremy A. Stern

Jeremy A. Stern(PhD in history, Princeton University, 2010) is an independent scholar and education consultant. He is the author of several scholarly papers and articles including “Jane Franklin Mecom: A Boston Woman in Revolutionary Times” (Early American Studies, Spring 2006), a study of the tumultuous life and evolving political engagement of Benjamin Franklin’s youngest sister. He also focuses on public history, and has written several pieces for the History News Network reviewing the handling of history by popular television programs. In addition he has worked, both independently and with Sheldon Stern, on historical content and reviews for organizations including Core Knowledge, K12, and the Thomas B. Fordham Institute.