Dr. Schuyler Eastin is an adjunct professor of literature at PLNU where he teaches early British Literature. He also teaches in UC San Diego’s Analytical Writing Program. Dr. Eastin’s research interests include medieval romance, premodern labor, medievalism in modern popular culture, and contrastive rhetoric in composition instruction. His article “Chivalric Labor, Artisanal Labor, and the Productive Strike in The Knightly Tale of Gologras and Gawain” was published in Arthuriana in 2019. Dr. Eastin is an alumnus of PLNU where he met his wife Zena. They live in Alpine, California and have two brilliant and active children, Schuyler and Penelope.
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