Stevens has been offering its Bachelor of Arts degree in literature since 1988, and to this day, the College's faculty continue to make headlines as they pursue their worldly, academic interests. 

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Anthony Pennino Publishes his Latest Book

October 29, 2019

Anthony Pennino's book Staging the Past in the Age of Thatcher: "The History We Haven't Had" has officially been published! It details the challenges the British theatrical community faced in presenting an alternative narrative of the country's heritage culture, oneat odds with the Thatcher and Major Governments in the 1980s and early 1990s.

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Anthony Pennino Receives University Honor

April 22, 2019

Stevens recently announced a few university-wide honors, and Anthony Pennino, assistant professor, received the 2019 Jess H. Davis Memorial Award for Research Excellence. 

Robin Hammerman, Susan Levin, and Anthony Pennino talk Frankenstein

October 29, 2019

Two hundred years ago, a teenage girl shocked the world with Frankenstein: Or, The ModernPrometheus, a haunting tale of a young medical student who plays god and then pays for histransgression. To celebrate the bicentennial of Mary Shelley’s extraordinary novel,Hammerman, Levin and Pennino are participating in a marathon reading at Princeton University, on October 31 thru November 2 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Free and open to everyone,the event includes a screening of Thomas Edison’s silent film “Frankenstein” (1910).