Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York  

Jordan Alexander Stein
Assistant Professor
B.A. University of California, Santa Cruz; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
Lowenstein 916E
Ext. 6381

Jordan Alexander Stein is the author of journal articles in American Literary History, American Literature, and ESQ. With Justine S. Murison he co-edited a special issue of Early American Literature on "Methods for the Study of Religion" in 2010, and with Lara Langer Cohen he co-edited Early African American Print Culture (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012).  His research has been supported by fellowships from the Library Company of Philadelphia and the New-York Historical Society, and in 2012, he co-directed the American Antiquarian Society's summer seminar in the history of the book, on "African American Cultures of Print."  He is completing "The People Are Clarissa," a monograph on Protestant literacy and transatlantic
print, and developing a new project, "Sex in the Archives."
Areas of Interest
Early American literature; modern American literature; African American literature;
literary theory; book history; queer studies.

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