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Jennifer Golightly

Academic Application Specialist

Jennifer Golightly has eighteen years of teaching and course development experience in higher education as well as seven years of experience in instructional design and the use of online technologies in the higher ed classroom. Jennifer has taught a range of student populations, including traditional and non-traditional undergraduate students and graduate students. Since 2007, Jennifer has designed, built, and taught a variety of online, face-to-face, and hybrid courses. Jennifer continues to research and publish in her field and has presented on data visualization and spatial humanities at the annual American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies conferences. Her publications include a scholarly monograph, The Family, Marriage, and Radicalism in British Women's Novels of the 1790s: Public Affection and Private Affliction, published in 2011 by Bucknell University Press; "Reproduction in the Novels of the 1790s," a chapter in The Secrets of Generation: Reproduction in the Long Eighteenth Century, published in 2015 by the University of Toronto Press; and a forthcoming essay on spectacle, suffering, and women's bodies in Samuel Jackson Pratt's 1780 novel, Emma Corbett.

In addition to serving as the Canvas admin and chair of the Change Control Board, Jennifer works with the Crown Faculty Center and various academic departments on campus to promote the digital liberal arts at Colorado College.

Contact Information

  • Location: Collins House 105-A
  • Phone: (719) 389-6671
  • Email: jennifer.golightly@coloradocollege.edu