Lindsey Simon-Jones

Lindsey Simon-Jones
Associate Professor of English, English Faculty
Williams Building, 119
2201 University Drive,
Lemont Furnace, PA 15456

Video Games in Humanities Education: A Case for PlayStation’s Doki Doki Universe, JECT: Journal on Excellence in College Teaching - August, 2022
Collaborators: Joann Jankoski; Array Array

Chaucer - 2021
Collaborators: Derrick Pitard, Co-Author; Krista Twu, Co-Author

Chaucer - June, 2020
Collaborators: Derrick Pitard, Co-Author; Krista Twu, Co-Author

Chaucer - June 10, 2019
Collaborators: Krista Twu, Co-Author; Derrick Pitard, Co-Author

The Saga of the Volsungs and Norse Heroics for a New Age: Increasing Global Awareness in General Education, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching - March, 2019

Bohemian Baby Boutique: Camelot Cloth Diaper Series - May 16, 2016

Modern-day Ring-givers: MMORPG Guilds and the Influence of Anglo-Saxon Culture, Studies in Medievalism - February, 2015

Neighbor Hob and Neighbor Lob: English Dialect Speakers in Sixteenth Century Drama, English Text Construction - January, 2013

Joanne Findon, "Lady, Hero, Saint: The Digby Play's Mary Magdalene", Medieval Feminist Forum - April, 2012

Mischief in Masculinity: Gender in John Lydgate’s Troy Book, Medieval Feminist Forum - April, 2012

Lexical Dichotomy and Ethics in Macbeth, Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference: Selected Papers - 2011

Linguistic Hybridity and English Identity in Early English Drama , Other Nations: Hybridity and Mythology in the Medieval Insular World - April, 2011

Chaucer’s Anxiety of Poetic Craft: The Squire’s Tale, Style - 2007

BA, English, Youngstown State University

Ph D, English, Pennsylvania State University

MA, English, Pennsylvania State University

November 8, 2023

Making Course Readings A Social Experience With Perusall
Fayette TEACH Group

October 27, 2022 - October 29, 2022

Papers and Oral Presentations
Adapting Female Agency: Representing Medieval and Classical Women in the Tudor Interlude
Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference
Akron, Ohio

August 11, 2022

From Gen Ed To Grad School: Active Reading With Perusall
Commonwealth Connections: Instructor Days

March 11, 2021 - March 14, 2021

Papers and Oral Presentations
Jocasta (1566): Speaking Truth to Power in Sixteenth-Century Drama.
52nd Annual Convention of the Northeast Modern Language Association

August 20, 2020

Guest Lectures
Teaching Excellence Award Winner speech
Fayette Convocation

October 17, 2019 - October 20, 2019

Gossips, Neighbors, and Friends: Humor, Reputation, and Female Empowerment in the Tudor Interlude
Sixteenth Century Society Conference
St. Louis, MO

March 24, 2019 - March 25, 2019

Prudence, Honor, Utilitie, and Pleasure”: Representations of Female Agency in Mary Magdalen (Digby 133) and Mary Magdalen (1566)
NeMLA 50th Convention
Washington, DC

October 25, 2018

"Video Games in College, Really? Yes, Really!
Faculty Colloquium
Penn State Fayette

October 4, 2018 - October 5, 2018

Discussion Leader, "Incorporating Technologies to Prepare Students"
English Department Fall Conference
University Park, PA

April 12, 2018 - April 15, 2018

"Speaking Truth to Power: The Female Voice in the Tudor Interlude"
The 49th NeMLA Annual Convention
Pittsburgh, PA

March 8, 2018 - March 10, 2018

"Bodies and Selves: Dramatizing the Agency of Consent in the Tudor Interlude"
New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Sarasota Florida

October 28, 2016

Papers and Oral Presentations
Role Playing Games in Higher Education: Can they enhance engagement and empathy?
Indiana College English Association 2016 Conference:Literature, Empathy, and Empowerment
Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN

Collaborator: Joann Jankoski

March 31, 2016

The Effectiveness of Low-Stakes Supplemental Instruction for College Writers,”
Pennsylvania Association of Developmental Educators Conference
Pittsburgh, PA

October 1, 2015

Medievalism in the General Education Classroom
Mapping Medievalisms: 30th International Conference on Medievalism
Pittsburgh, PA

Organized five participants and participated in roundtable discussion of use of medievalism in the General Education classroom.

October, 2014

Words, Wives, and Wisdom: Female Agency in the Tudor Interlude
Sixteenth-Century Society Conference
New Orleans, Louisiana

November 21, 2013

Papers and Oral Presentations
Modern-Day Ring-Givers: MMORPG Guild Cultures and the Influence of the Anglo-Saxon World
Faculty Coloquium

November, 2012

Modern-Day Ring-Givers: MMORPG Guild Cultures and the Influence of the Anglo-Saxon World
23rd Annual Conference
Pittsburgh, PA

July, 2012

East Anglian Representations of the Demonic Other: Linguistics, Scatological Humor, and Drama
International Medieval Congress 2012
University of Leeds

October, 2011

Lexical Dichotomy and Ethics in Macbeth
Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference
Michigan State University, East Lansing MI

October 1, 2010

Session Chair, Research in Databases and Other Digital Resources
Pennsylvania State University Fall English Conference
University Park, PA

December 28, 2009

Gods vast, Naybor, zay ye zo?': Code-Switching, Dialect, and Difference on the Early English Stage
125th Annual MLA International Convention
Philadelphia, PA

An examination of the representations of dialect on the pre-professional English stage as markers of difference, a desire for standardization of the language, and early English nationalism.

October 2, 2009

Code-Switching, Dialect, and Difference on the Early English Stage
Penn State Fall English Conference
University Park, PA