Jack Shuler is John and Christine Warner professor and associate professor of English at Denison University where he teaches American literature, Black Studies, and narrative non-fiction writing. He holds a Ph.D. in English (Graduate Center – CUNY, 2007) and an MFA in Poetry (Brooklyn College, 2001).

He is the author of Calling Out Liberty: The Stono Slave Rebellion and the Universal Struggle for Human Rights (Mississippi University Press, 2009), Blood and Bone: Truth and Reconciliation in a Southern Town (University of South Carolina Press, 2012), and The Thirteenth Turn: A History of the Noose (PublicAffairs, 2014).

Shuler’s writing has appeared in The Atlantic, Salon, Los Angeles Times, Truthout, Cleveland Plain DealerJournal of Southern History,  Columbia Journal of American Studies, Hanging Loose, and Failbetter, among others.

He has been on HuffPost Live and on WNPR, WOSU, KERA, and Pacifica radio stations.

Before teaching at Denison, Shuler taught at Brooklyn College and worked as a project and development director for the Brooklyn College Community Partnership, an organization working to expose youth in under-served communities to the college experience. Shuler was born and raised in Orangeburg, South Carolina.

Jack Shuler is represented by Elise Capron at Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency

Twitter: @jackshuler