Faculty Profile

Anthony Pennino

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, LITERATURE
Building: Morton
Room: 317
Phone: 201.216.5620
Fax: 201.216.8245
Email: anthony.pennino@stevens.edu
School:  College of Arts & Letters
Department:  Literature / CAL 105
Program:  Literature
Education
  • Ph.D. Royal Holloway and New Bedford College, University of London, 2000.
  • M.F.A. College of the Arts, Columbia University, 1993.
  • M.A. College of Arts & Sciences, Columbia University, 1990.
  • B.A. Columbia College, Columbia University, 1989.
Research
  • Modern & Contemporary British & Irish Drama
  • Irish Modernism
  • Post-WWII American Literature
  • Shakespeare and Elizabethan/Jacobean Era Drama
  • 20th Century European Theatre
  • New Wave Cinema
Institutional Service
  • Theatre Artist-in-Residence working in conjunction with the DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts.
  • CAL Curriculum Committee
Honors & Awards
  • Fulbright Scholar teaching Literature and Theatre at Kadir Has University in Istanbul, Turkey. 2008.
  • Fellowship in Playwriting from the New Jersey Council for the Arts. 2005.
Professional Societies
  • Modern Language Association
Selected Publications
Books
  1. Rob Kendt (music & lyrics), Anthony P. Pennino (libretto). The Devil and Tom Walker, Playscripts, Inc..  Click here for more information.  .
  2. Anthony P. Pennino. Story of an Unknown Man, Martin Denton, New York Theatre Experience.  Click here for more information.  .
  3. Anthony P. Pennino. "Howard Hopped the A-Train", theAtrainplays, Vol. 1, Playscripts, Inc.. This play was performed as part of the Winter 2010 One-Acts Festival here at Stevens..  Click here for more information.  .
  4. Anthony P. Pennino. "The Forgeries of Jealousy", Plays and Playwrights 2001, Martin Denton, New York Theatre Experience.  Click here for more information.  .
Courses
  • HLI 113 Western Literature: Classical Literature
  • HLI 114 Western Literature: Middle Ages to the Present
  • HLI 342 Modern Drama
  • HLI 345 A Survey of Dramatic Literature
  • HLI 362 British Fiction: Twentieth Century
  • HLI 354 American Culture