Jeri Studebaker is the author of Switching to Goddess: Humanity’s Ticket to the Future, published in Ropely, Hampshire, United Kingdom, in 2008 by Moon Books (an imprint of John Hunt Publishing), and Breaking the Mother Goose Code: How a Fairy Tale Character Fooled the World for 300 Years, to be released in the United Kingdom by Moon Books in Februrary 2015.
She is also the author of an unpublished fiction manuscript, Murder in a Minoan Museum.
Studebaker is a graduate of the Ohio State University, where she received masters degrees in education and archaeology. She is ABD in cultural anthropology. In addition, she studied at Merton College, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom.
She is a member of an academic honors fraternity, and she did archaeological fieldwork at a prehistoric American Indian site in southern Ohio and at Ludgershall Castle, a ruined twelth-century fortified royal residence at Ludgershall, a small village in Wiltshire in the south of England. In 2004 she spent four weeks on the island of Crete doing an independent study of Minoan art and archaeology.
Born in the Miami Valley in central Ohio, Studebaker has lived in Maine since 1983. She now lives in Westbrook with her Akita Cassandra and her calico cat Helen of Troy.