Associate Professor of Literature, Purchase College
Anthony Domestico is Associate Professor of Literature at Purchase College in New York, and the books columnist for Commonweal. His research focuses on modernism and its relationship to intellectual and religious history. His recent book, Poetry and Theology in the Modernist Period, is available from Johns Hopkins University Press, and his essays have appeared in Religion and Literature, Literature and Theology, Christianity & Literature, the Journal of Modern Periodical Studies, and Persuasions.
He is also a working book critic, with reviews in the Boston Globe, Boston Review, Christian Science Monitor, Harvard Review, San Francisco Chronicle, and Times Literary Supplement, among other publications.
He teaches courses on modernism, the history of the lyric, science fiction, Jane Austen, Henry James, Flannery O’Connor, and many other topics.