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educator , English studies educator

Anthony David Cavaluzzi, English studies educator. Member Italian/American Studies Association, African Literature Association, New York African Studies Association (treasurer), The Federalist Society., The American Film Institute.

Background

Cavaluzzi, Anthony David was born on January 6, 1952 in Newark. Son of Antonio Rudolfo and Elaine Fannie (Quigley) C.

Education

Bachelor in English, Montclair State College, 1973; Master of Arts in English, Montclair State College, 1977; Certified in African studies, University Nairobi, Kenya, 1977; ABD in English, New York University, 1981; Certified humanities Birkbeck College, University London, 1976.

Career

Teacher English West Side High School, Newark, 1973-1979; instructor English Middlesex County College, Edison, New Jersey, 1979-1981; professor English SUNY ACC, Queensbury, New York , since 1982; Instructor English Rutgers University, Newark, 1979-1981. Contributor articles to cultural magazines.

Politics

He is an intellectual conservative, dedicated to the advancement of academic scholarship that has been under attack from a liberal/leftist onslaught that champions the social agendas of anti-intellectualism. He supports true academics, not the feel-good, lack of historical accuracy mush, that passes for academics today.

Membership

  • Italian American Studies Association

  • African Literature Association

  • New York African Studies Association (treasurer).

  • The Federalist Society

  • The American Film Institute

Connections

father:
Antonio

mother:
Elaine

sister:
Grace