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Jordan Windholz

Jordan Windholz

Ph.D. Candidate in Early Modern Literature 

Fordham University
441 East Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458
Dealy Room 550

Jordan Windholz

M.Phil. Early Modern Literature, Fordham University, High Pass, Comprehensive Exam

M.F.A. with an emphasis in poetry, The University of Colorado, Boulder
Thesis: Ruminant : [ psalms ], book-length collection of poetry

B.A. summa cum laude, Major: English; Minor: Business Administration, Messiah College, Grantham, PA

research Interest

Early Modern English Literature; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Poetry and Poetics; Creative Writing

Presentations at professional national or international conferences
“(A)Typical Man: The Bachelor and the Intelligibility of Masculine Sexuality in Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well” presented at Shakespeare Association of American annual meeting, Toronto, March 2013.  Moderator for Remembering, Forgetting, Imagining: the Practices of Memory, Graduate English Association Conference, Fordham University, March 2013.  Sexuality, Theory, History, Drama, Folger Institute Semester Seminar with Dr. Mario DiGangi, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., Fall 2012.  “The End(s) of Comedy: Bachelors, Banquets and Bellies in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing” presented at the Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, Rochester, March 2012.  “The iPad as Mobile Workspace” presented at Apps Work: A Peer-to-Peer Digital Humanities Workshop, Fordham University, October 2011

Related Professional Experience

Other awards, honors, and/or activities
Research Support Grant, Fordham University, Spring 2012 GSAS Communitas Research Presentation Winner, Spring 2012

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