Anthony D’Agostino




Center for Academic Support and Tutoring



Anthony Michael D’Agostino has served as an adjunct instructor at Marymount Manhattan College for six years and a tutor on and off since 2007. He is also an instructor for MMC’s summer program for rising first years, Jump Start. He earned his doctorate in English Literature at Fordham University. His work concentrates on the nineteenth-century novel, superhero comics, queer theory, and feminism. His articles, “Flesh-to-Flesh Contact: Marvel Comics’ Rogue and the Queer Feminist Imagination,” and “Telepathy and Sadomasochism in Jane Eyre,” appear in American Literature and Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Literature, respectively. In 2018, he was the recipient of MMC’s first-ever Adjunct Teaching Award in Writing. 


Nugent Hall, Room 462