Gerald R. Lucas/CV/Teaching

From Gerald R. Lucas

Teaching Experience

Professor of English

Middle Georgia State University, Department of Media, Culture & the Arts, GA 2015-Present
Designed and taught a graduate course: Writing and Publishing in Digital Environments. Designed and taught undergraduate courses: Organizations, Technology, and Culture; (Post)Modernism and Utopia; Voices and Visions: A Survey of Science Fiction; Interdisciplinary Humanities (Online)

Associate Professor of English

Middle Georgia State College, Department of Media, Culture & the Arts, GA 2007-2015
Designed and taught undergraduate courses (selected): Introduction to Digital Humanities; Norman Mailer’s America; Writing for Digital Media; Cyberpunk; eText Authoring with iPads; Digital Humanities on iTunes U; Modernism; Utopia and Apocalypse; Metaphysical Science Fiction

Assistant Professor of English

Macon State College, Department of Humanities, GA 2002-2007
Designed and taught undergraduate courses (selected): Literary Theory; Speculative Fiction; Writing Second Life; Science Fiction and Futurism; Technology and the Creative Artist; Senior Seminar in New Media; World Literature I & II Online

Instructor, European Council

University College London, UK 2009 & 2011
A five week study abroad program sponsored by the University System of Georgia. Taught World Literature II and Popular Culture: London as Text in 2009, and two sections of Photo London in 2011

Teaching Assistant

University of South Florida, FL 1995-2002
Designed and taught undergraduate courses (selected): Images of the Body in Contemporary Literature; Advanced Technical Writing: Graphics, Typology, and Design; The Technological Imagination in Literature; Introduction to Contemporary American Fiction; Technical Writing: Hypertext / MOO: Authoring and Theory; Introduction to Literature: Issues in Technology; First-Year Composition II: The Jazz Age


USF Continuing Education, FL 2000-2001
Designed and taught courses in HTML & CSS coding and web design

Adjunct Instructor

Hillsborough Community College, FL 1997-1998
Taught Freshman Composition I and II

Teaching Interests

New Media Theory; Digital Humanities; Writing for Digital Media; World Literature: the epic genre, tragedy; Modern Continental Literature; Science Fiction; Futurism; Modern and Postmodern British, American, and Continental Literature; Literary Theory