700 College St, Beloit, Wisconsin, United States
McGonigle graduated from Beloit College in 1966.
7916 Williamson Rd, Roanoke, Virginia, United States
McGonigle graduated from Hollins University 1970.
524 W 59th St, New York City, New York, United States
Thomas worked at John Jay College Criminal Justice from 1988 to 1995.
199 Chambers St, New York City, New York, United States
Thomas worked at Borough of Manhattan Community College from 1995 to 1998.
New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States
McGonigle worked at Rutgers University from 1998 to 2002.
New York City, New York, United States
McGonigle has served at New York University since 2002.
(In this book, Thomas McGonigle records the last minutes o...)
In this book, Thomas McGonigle records the last minutes of Petkov’s life and death, a death that his executioners purposely intended to be prolonged and painful. McGonigle has resurrected for us a political and historical figure, as well as a country, that has been forgotten in the West.
(The book divides naturally into three inevitable parts: t...)
The book divides naturally into three inevitable parts: the going to, the being in, and the coming back from Patchogue by way of Bulgaria, Turkey, and Italy. Each section assembles itself around the moment of the journey.
(St. Patrick’s Day relies on an interior monologue to port...)
St. Patrick’s Day relies on an interior monologue to portray the narrator’s often dark perceptions and fantasies; his memories of his family in Patchogue, New York, and of the women in his life; and his encounters throughout the day, as well as many years ago, with revelers, poets, African students, and working-class Dubliners.
McGonigle received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Beloit College in 1966. Four years later he earned his Master of Arts degree from Hollins College (nowadays Hollins University).
McGonigle began his career as an adjunct assistant professor at John Jay College Criminal Justice in 1988. Seven years later he took the same position at Borough of Manhattan Community College. Then in 1998, Thomas became an adjunct assistant professor at Rutgers University. Since 2002 he has been an adjunct assistant professor at New York University.
On October 12, 2002 Thomas McGonigle married Anna C. Saar. Then he married Ruth K. Josimovich. They have 2 children.