Jordan Alexander Stein

Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow

Fordham University

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."