Shawn Grant

Curriculum Vitae



Ph.D.   Interdisciplinary Program in the Humanities, Florida State University, 2012

M.A.    Historical Theology/Church History, Lincoln Christian Seminary, 2007

B.A.     Preaching and Biblical Studies, Johnson University, 2002



2016-Present Valencia College 

Introduction to Humanities (Fall 2016)

Humanities: Greek & Roman (Fall 2016)

Humanities: Enlightenment & Romanticism (Fall 2016)


Chipola College, Adjunct Faculty

Humanities I-online (Fall 2015, Spring 2016)

Humanities I (Spring 2016)

Humanities II-online (Fall 2015, Spring 2016)


Johnson University, Lecturer

Composition II-online (Fall 2013, Spring/Fall 2015)

Introduction to Literature-online (Fall 2014/2015, Spring 2016)

Introduction to Ethics-online (Summer 2015)


Tallahassee Community College, Adjunct Professor

Humanities of the World I (Fall 2010, Spring/Summer 2012, Spring/Summer 2013/2014 Summer/Fall 2015, Spring 2016)

Humanities of the World II (Spring 2009, Spring/Fall 2011, Fall 2012/2013, Spring/Fall 2014)

ENC 1102 Argument and Persuasion (Fall 2014)


Florida State University, Adjunct Professor

Medieval Humanities (Fall 2014)

Modern Humanities (Fall 2013)

Modern Humanities-online (Summer 2014)

Multicultural Film (Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Spring 2014)

Multicultural Film-online (Fall 2012)


Florida State University, Sole Instructor

Ancient Humanities (Fall 2007, Spring/Fall 2008)

Multicultural Film (Fall 2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2009)

19th Century Humanities (Course Designer and Instructor of Record Spring 2009)



2016                “Achilles Grows Up: Subtractionist Secularization as Maturity in Wolfgang Petersen's Troy” Stone Campbell Journal Conference, Theological Anthropology, S-C Conference Knoxville, April 1-2.

2009                “God Goes Green:  Religion Finding a Voice in the Ecological Discourse” Association of Interdisciplinary Research, Ecologies, Interdisciplines Colloquium, Florida State University, March 30.

2008                “Emergent Ecologies: Ecocriticism and the Emergent Church” Modern Language Association, Environmentalism and Religion, MLA San Francisco, December 27-30.

2007                “Misreading Wordsworth for the Benefit of Fallen Women Everywhere,” Literature of the British Empire Conference, Graduate Student Conference, Florida State University, October 29-31.

2007                “Romanticism: Faithful Disciple or Rebellious Offspring? An Interdisciplinary Approach to Romanticism and the Enlightenment,” Graduate Student Conference, History Department, Florida State University, December 5-7.



2014                Review of Don King, Plain to the Inward Eye: Selected Essays on C. S. Lewis, Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian University, 2013. 288pp. Stone-Campbell Journal.



2012    Adjunct Advancement Program, Tallahassee Community College

2010    Teaching Assistantship, Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities, Florida State University

2009    Conference & Travel Grant, Congress if Graduate Students, Florida State University

2009    Teaching Assistantship, Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities, Florida State University

2008    Teaching Assistantship, Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities, Florida State University

2007    Research Assistantship, Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities, Florida State University

2006    Teaching Assistantship, Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities, Florida State University

2003    Restoration Scholarship, Lincoln Christian Seminary



2012    Tallahassee Community College ATLAS Adjunct Training Program

2015    Tallahassee Community College Online Certified Instructor Training

2015    Chipola College Online Teaching Certification



2002-2005       Johnson University, Florida Freshman Class Sponsor

2002-2005       Johnson University, Florida Incoming Student Advisor



Ancient Humanities

Medieval Humanities

Modern Humanities

Introduction to Literature

Composition I and II

British Romantic Literature

World Civilizations


Member of the Modern Language Association, 2008-Present

Member of the North America Society for the Study of Romanticism, 2008-Present

Member of Stone-Campbell Scholars Community, 2012-Present

Member of Society for the Arts in Religious and Theological Studies, 2015-Present

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