Jeffrey McQuillen, M.A.
Instructor of English
Advisor for Interdisciplinary Studies
Department of English, Theater, and Interdisciplinary Studies
Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Minor in Film Studies
Freshman Composition and Literature, medieval literature, Arthurian literature, science fiction, drama, romantic poetry, rhetoric, the art of literary adaptation, and film theory and criticism
"Hollywood Goes to the Lowcountry: Reflections on Lewis John Carlino's film version of The Great Santini." Film & Digital Media Symposium, Beaufort International Film Festival, 2017.
"Who Knew Chopping off Your Possessed Girlfriend's Head with a Shovel Could Be So Funny: Redefining Horror Violence in the Evil Dead Trilogy." Annual Conference on Film and Literature, FSU 1999.
"From Ann Mitchell to Mary Bailey: Searching for Feminism in the Films of Frank Capra." Annual Conference on Film and Literature, FSU 1998.
In His Own Words
"The great thing about literature is discovering together what is so great about literature. The possibilities are endless."