Jennifer Lucko

"Studying Big History with my fellow faculty members at the Big History Summer Institute was an encounter with the sublime. My hope is that first-year students at Dominican will be awed by the conditions of possibility that allow for human existence as they contemplate the implications of the Big History narrative for the future of our planet. I believe that encouraging students to grapple with the big questions of Big History allows them an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of a Dominican education for their own lives."

Jennifer Lucko - cropDr. Lucko earned her MA and PhD in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley, and holds an MA in Education from San Francisco State University. She has served on the faculty of Dominican's School of Education since 2007 and teaches a range of courses for education majors, honors students, and graduate scholars. Her own research focuses on civic identities and the politics of belonging among Latino middle- and high-school students in California and Spain. 

jennifer.lucko@dominican.edu