Thomas Stavola

Professor of English
Director of the Gene Barnett Speakers Series 

School of the Humanities


He earned a B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. from Fordham University. He teaches a variety of courses in American, British, European and Eastern literature from the psychosocial perspective of man's search for identity, intimacy and meaning.

Dr. Stavola has published the first Eriksonian study of the life and major novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Scott Fitzgerald: Crisis in an American Identity. He has also founded the FDU literary magazine, Knightscapes, and was its director for seven years.

Dr. Stavola was presented with the FDU Award for Outstanding Teaching in 1999.

Courses Taught:

American Literature I&II, Major American Writers I&II, Modern Novel, Contemporary Fiction, Popular Fiction, Psychological Fiction, 20th Century Literature, Masterpieces of World Literature I&II, International Literature, Art of the Short Story.

Office Hours, Spring 2016

Tuesday/Thursday,11:15am-12:00pm, 1:15-2:00pm, 3:15-4:00pm


Short Abstract

University College

School of the Humanities
1000 River Road, (T-UH1-01)
Teaneck, NJ 07666
 


Courses Taught:

American Literature I & II, Major American Writers I & II, Modern Novel, Contemporary Fiction, Popular Fiction, Psychological Fiction, 20th Century Literature, Masterpieces of World Literature I & II, International Literature, Art of the Short Story.