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Humanities educator

Peter Caesar Locascio, American humanities educator. Certified: (paralegal studies program certified) 1986; Certified teacher English as Second Language 1997. Member of College Art Association (not applicable North America—A).

Background

Locascio, Peter Caesar was born on June 28, 1956 in Passaic, New Jersey, United States. Son of Caesar Ralph Locascio, Dorothy Locascio.

Education

Bachelor in Art History, Montclair State College, 1978. Master of Arts in Art History, New York University, 1982.

Career

Visiting Professor at Southwestern Community College, Chula Vista, California, 2000. Adjunct professor Art History and Humanities Huron International University, San Diego, 1998. Instructor at Education First International Language School, 1996—1997.

Instructor/lecturer, Adult Continuing Education Program Wayne Adult School, Wayne, New Jersey, 1983—1991. Curator of Visual Resources, Calcia Fine Arts Library at Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, N.J. 1986.

Adjunct Professor in the History of Art and Architecture, Kean College, Union, 1983—1984. Special guest lecturer in the History of Art, San Diego Museum Man, Balboa Park, San Diego, 1997. Special guest lecturer Art History at The School of Continuing Education, New York University--Manhattan campus,1985.

Guest lecturer in Art History, Summit Art Center, Summit, New Jersey, 1983.

Achievements

  • 1996: "The Scepter and the Double Crown: A History of Ancient Egypt and its Art" (copyrighted 1996)--a copyrighted lecture on the history of Egyptology and on the historical development of architecture, painting and sculpture in ancient Egypt and the impact of Egyptian art on the development of European art and architecture.

    1996: "Enjoying Piano" (copyrighted 1996)--a book on music theory, music history, the historical development of the keyboard repertoire, and modern piano performance practice and techniques.

    1998: "Vocabulary Vantage: A Course Book for Students of English as a Second Language (ESL) and a Review for Native Speakers of English" (copyrighted 1998)--a book which focuses upon etymology, intensive vocabulary building, writing, and the interpretation of English, French and American literature (18th-19th centuries).

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Vocabulary Vantage: A Course Book for Students of English as a Second Language (English as Second Language) and a Review for Native Speakers of English, 1998, The Scepter and the Double Crown: A History of Ancient Egypt and its Art, 1996, Enjoying Piano, 1996.

Politics

Protestant Libertarian.

Membership

Member of College Art Association (not applicable North America—A).

Personality

Perfectionist with an inherent love of order and harmony.

  • “A brilliant mind and man of many talents for which he credits and thanks only God.”

Interests

  • Philosophers & Thinkers

    Descartes.

    Condorcet.

    Diderot.

  • Politicians

    Alexander Hamilton.

  • Writers

    John Milton.

    Alexander Pope.

    Richard Brinsley Sheridan.

    Lord Byron.

    Racine.

    Voltaire.

    Montesquieu.

    Rousseau.

  • Artists

    Charles LeBrun (painter)

    Charles de la Fosse (painter)

    Hyacinthe Rigaud (painter)

    Antoine Coysevox (sculptor)

    Christopher Wren (architect)

    John Vanbrugh (architect)

    Jacques-Ange Gabriel (architect)

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: composing classical and popular music for the keyboard. singing classical and popular music.

  • Music & Bands

    CLASSICAL MUSIC

Connections

Single.

father:
Caesar Ralph Locascio Locascio