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Dr. Jeffrey Gibson

Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost

Why I Teach

To guide others, as I once was guided, toward a greater understanding of themselves and the world in which we live.

Professional Activities

I have presented and published on contemporary historical fiction, graphic narrative, film, Shakespeare, and popular culture.  My research interests further include parody, gothic literature, adaptation, and historiography.


  • Ph.D., English, University at Albany-State University of New York
  • B.A., English, University of Central Florida

Courses Taught

  • EN100 College Writing
  • EN101 Literature for Composition
  • EN205 Survey of British Literature: Old English to 1798
  • EN206 Survey of British Literature: 1798 to the Present
  • EN209 Survey of World Literature: Antiquity to the Present
  • EN210 Survey of World Literature: 1750 to the Present
  • EN211 Persuasive Writing
  • EN317 History and Structure of the English Language
  • EN346 The Victorian Age
  • EN400 Literature and Theory
  • EN415L ST: The Gothic: Literature and Film
  • EN415N ST: Empire: Literature and Film
  • EN415S ST: Graphic Novels
  • EN415S ST: Contemporary British Novel
  • EN420 English Internship
  • EN431 Studies in Film
  • EN435 Shakespeare and His Age
  • HN101 The Nature of Reality
  • HU300F Imagining the Past: History, Fiction, and Film

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