Peter Naccarato has been at Marymount Manhattan College for 14 years. He hails from Philadelphia (the Tacony section of Northeast Philadelphia to be exact) and has lived on Long Island (he earned his Ph.D. from Stony Brook), Astoria, Forest Hills, and now lives in Manhattan. When not teaching or engaged in work related to his teaching, he is likely cooking (Italian food is his speciality), dining out, or watching MSNBC (or The Golden Girls or The Young and the Restless). Peter teaches a range of courses in the English & World Literatures major and the general education curriculum. Within the major, he teaches courses on Global Modernism, The Literature of Empire, and Senior Seminar. He has also developed many general education courses, including LGBTQ Literary Traditions, Literature and Human Rights, Deconstructing the American Family, and Edible Ideologies: The Politics of Food. Peter also enjoys opportunities to teach in the College Honors Program and the College Program at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility.
Professor of English and World Literatures
B.A., Villanova University
Ph.D., State University of New York, College at Stony Brook
Member, Writing Program Advisory Board.
Co-Organizer, Crossing Borders V Conference at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility.