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literature and language professor , writer

Angela Gina O'Donnell, American literature and language professor, writer. Grantee, Loyola College Center for the Humanities, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004. Participant inaugural JustFaith seminar St. Francis of Assisi, Baltimore, 2003—2004.


O'Donnell, Angela Gina was born on April 13, 1960 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Charles Francis Alaimo and Marian Mary Salvi.


Bachelor, Pennsylvania State University, State College, 1981. Master of Arts, University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1987.


Affililiate faculty English department, Loyola College, Baltimore, 1987—2005, director affiliate faculty, 2003—2005. Assistant to vice president academic affairs for academic programming Fordham University, Bronx, New York, 2005—2006, affiliate faculty English department, since 2005.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (poetry) Jesuits (finalist Foley Poetry award, 2004), The Net, Elegy for the Mother of a Nameless Child, Grandmother's Pears, Dante in the Kitchen, Sixth Grade Dance, Druscilla's Dance, Waking the Children, Fool's Art, Lost and Found, TWIN, The First Art, The Oldest Art, LIES, On Reading Anne Sexton, Other Mothers, Saints' Lives, Glitter Makes Everything Better, Tattoo, Falling for Texas, Breaker, Northern Nights, The Conversation, Oberammergau at Dusk, Kind Ground, Waiting for Ecstacy, Late Elegy, December Roll Call, New Years' Poem, Welcome to Baltimore, Hon, At Mass with Emily, Grandma's Hands, The Price of Poetry, Nuns in the Zone, Hopkins in Ireland, Home Geometrics, Coming and Going, Manet's Oranges, The Last Dance. Contributor articles to professional jours.


Participant inaugural JustFaith seminar St. Francis of Assisi, Baltimore, 2003—2004.


Married Brennan Patrick O'Donnell. Children: Charles Brennan, Patrick Aloysius, William Michael.

Charles Francis Alaimo

Marian Mary Salvi

Brennan Patrick O'Donnell

Charles Brennan O'Donnell

Patrick Aloysius O'Donnell

William Michael O'Donnell