Webpage of Jordan Windholz that includes information about his scholarship, teaching, and poetry.

Articles and Essays


"Ballads, Journeymen, and Bachelor Community in Shakespeare’s London,” English Literary Renaissance, 46.2, Forthcoming Spring 2016

"Chaste Riddles and Queer Testimony in All's Well That Ends Well," under review

"A Poetics of Suspicion: Chican@ Poetry and the New" (with J. Michael Martinez) Puerto Del Sol 45.1 (2010): 75-84.


Conferences and Talks


“Queering the Renaissance Man: Chaste Bachelors and Rhetorics of Reproduction,” annual meeting, Shakespeare Association of America (SAA), St. Louis, Missouri, 10-12 April 2014.

Seminar Co-Chair (with Lucas Sheaffer, Temple University), “Bachelors, Bastards, and Bad Boys in the Transatlantic World, 1600-1865,” Northeast Modern Language Association Conference (NeMLA), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 3-6 April 2014.

“‘I Will Live A Bachelor’: Ballads and the Imagining of Bachelorhood in Much Ado About Nothing,” annual meeting, Renaissance Society of America (RSA), New York, New York, 27-29 March 2014.

“Reading and Redacting Manhood: The Meanings of Bachelorhood in Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well,” annual meeting, Shakespeare Association of American (SAA), Toronto, Ontario, 28-30 March 2013.

“The iPad as Mobile Workspace,” Apps Work: A Peer-to-Peer Digital Humanities Workshop, Fordham University, Bronx, New York, 16 November 2011.

Planning Committee, Fordham University Graduate English Association Conference, Sex, Death and Boredom: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference, New York, New York, 12 February 2010.

Professional Affiliations

Modern Language Association

Shakespeare Association of America

Renaissance Society of America

Association of Writers and Writing Programs

Poetry Society of America

Academy of American Poets