E. Jordan Sellers Jr.
Instructor, Graduate Student of English
- Address: 315 English
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- MWF 12:50-1:50 PM (FA 2016)
M.A. English, Old Dominion University, 2005, B.A. English, Roanoke College, 2003
The Romantic Era, The Victorian Era, The Gothic, 19th Century British Literature, Memoir and Autobiography, Visual Culture of the Romantic & Victorian Era
ENGL 207: Romantic Literature & Culture (FA 2016, SP 2011), ENGL 208: Victorian Literature and Culture (SP 2013, SP 2012), ENGL 115: Intro To English Literature (FA 2010, FA 2008), ENGL 109: Intro To Fiction (Advanced Composition; FA 2013, FA 2011), RHET 233: The Rhetoric of Student Activism ( Advanced Composition; SP 2016), RHET 233: The Writing of Memory (Advanced Composition; FA 2013, SP 2011, FA 2010, SP 2010, FA 2009, SP 2009, FA 2008), RHET 105 (FA 2016, SP 2016, FA 2015), RHET 104 (SP 2010), RHET 102 (SP 2014, SP 2008), RHET 101 (FA 2007)
Geohistoricism: Preservation and the Histories of Place in Romantic Britain
The Romantic Era, The Victorian Era, Digital Humanities Collection Development, Metadata Development, Antiquarianism, Historical Maps, Basic Writing Instruction, Visual Culture
- "Zero Ground: Mapping Maritime Commemoration in the Age of Nelson." European Romantic Review 26.6 (2015): 679-698.
- Underwood, Ted, and Jordan Sellers. "The Longue Durée of Literary Prestige." Modern Language Quarterly 77.3 (2016): 321-344.
- Underwood, Ted, and Jordan Sellers. "The Emergence of Literary Diction." Journal of Digital Humanities 1.2 (2012): 21 Aug. 2012. <http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/1-2/the-emergence-of-literary-diction-by-ted-underwood-and-jordan-sellers/>.
Works in Progress
- Pulp Fiction Corpus, a digital corpus of selected short stories, novels, and serialized fiction published in pulp magazines 1897-1939, 2015.
- Literary Language and Literary Prestige in the Long Nineteenth Century (A corpus of literary works reviewed by elite literary magazines), 2015.
- Illinois 19th-Century Corpus (1800-1923), a digital corpus of roughly 4000 volumes across genre, 2011-2012.