Lindsey Swindall

Teaching Assistant Professor

School: College of Arts and Letters

Building: Morton

Room: 333

Phone: (201) 216-3584

Fax: (201) 216-8245

Email: lswindal@stevens.edu

Website

General Information

Lindsey R. Swindall joined the College of Arts and Letters in January 2015. She has a doctorate in African American Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and has written several books in that field including The Politics of Paul Robeson's Othello and Paul Robeson: A Life of Activism and Art. Her book The Path to the Greater, Freer, Truer World: Southern Civil Rights and Anticolonialism, 1937-1955 came out in paperback in 2019. She teaches the First-Year Experience sequence, CAL 103 and 105, as well as courses in U.S. History.

Institutional Service
  • Committee on Committes Member
  • Faculty Senate Subcommittee on Women Member
  • Freshman Experience Search Committee Member
  • Mindfulness Chair
  • First Year Reader Program Discussion Facilitator Member
  • Strategic Plan Input Focus Group Member
  • HPAC - personal statements Member
  • Lecturer Search Committee Member
  • HPAC - Student interviews Member
  • First Year Reader Selection Committee Member
  • President's Task Force on Equity and Inclusive Excellence Member
  • First Year Reading Program - Discussion Facilitator Member
  • HPAC - Personal Statements Member
  • First Year Reader Program - Book Selection Committee Member
  • Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC) Member
  • CAL Student Awards Ad Hoc Committee Member
  • First Year Reading Program - Discussion Leader Member
  • Mindfulness Member
  • First Year Reading Program - Book Selection Committee Member
  • Freshman Experience - Subcommittee for CAL 103 Reader Member
  • CAL Steering Committee for Master Plan Redesign Member
  • Field Hockey Team Member
  • First Year Reading Program Member
Professional Service
  • Journal of African American History Manuscript reviewer
  • New Jersey Studies Manuscript reviewer
  • University Press of Florida Manuscript reviewer
  • Journal of War and Culture Studies Reviewer
  • Rutgers University Press Manuscript reviewwe
  • New Jersey Council for the Humanities, Public Scholars Project Public Scholar
  • Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association Manuscript reviewer
  • University of Pittsburgh Press Manuscript reviewer
Professional Societies
  • Association for the Study of African American Life and History Member
  • USS – Universities Studying Slavery Member
Selected Publications
Book Review
  1. Swindall, L. (2020). Review of The Untold Life of Peter Lee. N/A. New Jersey Studies (1 ed., vol. 6, pp. 238-240). Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Historical Commission.
    https://njs.libraries.rutgers.edu/index.php/njs/article/view/201.
Creative nonfiction short story
  1. Swindall, L. (2019). In the Zone. Lunch Ticket Literary Journal (vol. 15). Los Angeles, CA: Antioch University.
    https://lunchticket.org/in-the-zone/.
Instructional Material
  1. Swindall, L. (2021). "Four Ways to Reconsider Facilitating Discussions on Race and Social Justice" (1 ed., vol. 7, pp. 373-382). Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Studies.
Journal Article
  1. Swindall, L. (2020). "Racial Justice Then and Now: Paul Robeson's Antifascist Legacy" (Vol. 37, No. 3 ed., vol. September 2020, pp. 17-18). The Volunteer.
  2. Swindall, L. (2019). Sitting at Baldwin's Table. James Baldwin Review (1 ed., vol. 5, pp. 105-115). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Newspaper Article
  1. Swindall, L. (2019). Reflecting on the Civil Rights Act's Anniversary with James Baldwin. The North Star. New York City.
    https://thenorthstar.com/articles/reflecting-on-the-civil-rights-acts-anniversary-with-james-baldwin.
  2. Swindall, L. (2019). Celebrating Paul Robeson's Legacy of Art and Activisim. The North Star. New York City.
    https://thenorthstar.com/articles/celebrating-paul-robesons-legacy-of-art-and-activism.
Revised paperback edition of book
  1. Swindall, L. (2019). The Path to the Greater, Freer, Truer World: Southern Civil Rights and Anticolonialism, 1937-1955 (First paperback ed.). Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida.
    http://upf.com/book.asp?id=9780813049922.