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Gordon Reynolds is the Creative Writing Coordinator for the Department of Languages and Literature.
Over the years, Dr. Reynolds has taught a variety of courses, both in literature and writing. His professional and scholarly interests include creative writing (fiction and screenplay/teleplay), world/global fiction, dystopian literature and film, and literature on film. His fiction has appeared in the Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore, TPQOnline, and Coe Review. He’s chaired panels and presented papers at numerous conferences on topics ranging from the Beats to narrative theory to Clint Eastwood’s westerns. His article, “Obsession: Disfigurement and Dysmorphia: Machine-Body Transgression in Blade Runner and Ghost in the Shell,” appeared in the International Journal of the Humanities.
In 2003-04 he served as a Fulbright Scholar, teaching and researching, at the Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines, Université de Sousse (formerly Université du Centre) located in Mediterranean resort city of Sousse, Tunisia.
Ph.D. in English, University of Southern Mississippi, 1996
M.A. in English, Western Illinois University, 1990
B.A. in History, Coe College, 1987
Employed at Ferris since 1999