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								Jonathan R.																 Eller

Jonathan R. Eller

Chancellor's Professor Emeritus of English
Co-founder and former director of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies
Department: American Studies, English, Literature, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies, Institute for American Thought, Santayana Edition
317-274-1451
Cavanaugh Hall (CA) 121A

Bio

Biography

Major, U.S. Air Force (retired, 1993). Active commissioned service (20 years) June 1973-July 1993.

Education

Education

  • PhD, Indiana University 1985
  • MA, Indiana University 1981
  • BA, University of Maryland 1979
  • BS, United State Air Force Academy 1973

Teaching

Teaching

Core courses and electives for the scholarly editing concentration of the graduate research certificate program in Professional Editing, School of Liberal Arts.

Publications

Publications

(author) Bradbury Beyond Apollo (University of Illinois Press, 2020); Ray Bradbury Unbound (University of Illinois Press, 2014); Becoming Ray Bradbury (University of Illinois Press, 2011); (co-author) Ray Bradbury: The Life of Fiction (Kent State University Press 2004); (general editor) The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury, volume 2 (2014) and volume 3 (2017); The New Ray Bradbury Review, issues 4–6 (2015–2019); (textual editor) The Writings of Charles S. Peirce Vols. 6 and 8 (Indiana University Press 2000, 2010); The Essential Peirce Vol. 2 1893-1913 (Indiana Univ. Press 1998); introductions and historical essays for new editions of several of Ray Bradbury’s books, including Simon & Schuster’s Fahrenheit 451 (60th anniversary edition, 2013) and Something Wicked This Way Comes (2017); Article-length bibliographical and textual studies of Ray Bradbury, Joseph Heller, Thomas Pynchon and Robert Penn Warren which have appeared in Bulletin of Bibliography, Mississippi Quarterly, University of Mississippi Studies in English, Prospects, and Resources for American Literary Study.

Service

Service

An inspecting editor, Modern Language Association’s “Approved Edition” seal for scholarly editions

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

American literature, literature and science, textual studies with an emphasis on the work of Ray Bradbury, science fiction and fantasy, and the history of publishing.

Location

Location:
Cavanaugh Hall (CA) 121A
Address:
425 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202