Anthony Gomez III

Curriculum Vitae

Stony Brook University

Email: anthony.gomez@stonybrook.edu

 

EDUCATION

2024                            Ph.D. English Literature. Stony Brook University

 

2019                            MA. English Literature. New York University

                                    Thesis: The Man Who Remembers Too Much; The Haunting Effect of Remembrance and Mourning in                                              Henry James

                                    Advisor: Peter Nicholls

 

2016                            BA. Individualized Study (English Literature and Marketing) New York University.

 

PUBLICATIONS

                                 ARTICLES

2022                        “Gothic Marxism: Commodifying the Dead in Sheridan LeFanu’s Uncle Silas,” Modern Language                                                   Studies. Vol 51. No 1. Winter. pp. 58-73.

 

2021                         “‘You Must Allow Me to Measure Myself”: Problems of Disability in Henry James’s The Outcry,’”                                                   Henry James Review. Vol. 42. No. 2. Spring. pp. 165-189.

CONFERENCES

                                    PAPERS PRESENTED

2022                           “Who did it? Investigating Anthropocene Politics and Climate Anxiety with the Classical Detective.”                                                Nineteenth Century Studies Association (NCSA). Rochester, NY. March 16-19.

2022                           “Telegraphic Fantasies: The Limits of the Workplace Imagination in the Late Nineteenth Century.”                                                    Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA). Baltimore, MD. March 10-13.

2021                           “The Ecological Detective: Poe’s Developing Consciousness of Environmental Anxiety, Geology, and                                               Culpability.” Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA). Las Vegas, NV. Nov. 11-1 4.

2021                           “Gothic Marxism: Commodifying Spectrality in Sheridan LeFanu’s Uncle Silas.” Pacific Ancient and                                                 Modern Language Association (PAMLA). Nov. 11-14.

2021                            “‘The Past Promised Nothing to the Future;’ Diasporizing Californio Identity.” Multi-Ethnic Literature of the                                         United States (MELUS). Virtual. Apr. 8-10.

2021                            “Silent Mexico, Violent Mexico: Spectral Visualizations of Mexico’s Borders.” Northeast Modern                                                     Language Association (NeMLA). Virtual. March 11-14.

2021                            “Gothic Marxism: Theorizing an Economy to the Dead.” Princeton-Rutgers Victorian Symposium. Virtual.                                         Feb. 19-20.  

2020                            “But Who’s the Zombie? The End of Memory in Roberto Bolaño’s The Return.” Northeast Modern                                                   Language Association (NeMLA). Boston, MA. March 5-8.

2019                            “Sadly, Not Giving up the Ghost: Understanding how the Present Fell Beyond Characterization.” Pacific                                         Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA). San Diego, CA. Nov. 14-17.

2018                            “Revisiting a Racial Frontier: Signification and Interethnic Struggle in John Ford’s The Searchers.” Brooklyn                                       College. “Paradox of the Other” Graduate Student Conference. May 5.

TEACHING

                                    INSTRUCTOR OF RECORD (Stony Brook University)

2022                            Intermediate Writing Workshop, Spring.

2021                            Intermediate Writing Workshop, Fall.

 

                                    TEACHING ASSISTANT (Stony Brook University)

2021                            British Literature I with Prof. Stephen Spector, Spring.

2020                            American Literature I, with Prof. Andrew Newman, Fall (Asynchronous).

2020                            American Literature II with Prof. Susan Scheckel, Spring.

2019                            British Literature I with Prof. Benedict Robinson, Fall.

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2019-2024                    Burghardt W. Turner Fellowship, Stony Brook University.

2022                            Edward Guiliano Global Fellowship

2021                            Turner Conference Travel Award, Stony Brook University

2021                            Futures of American Studies Institute at Dartmouth Award

2021                            GSC Conference Award, Northeast Modern Language Association (NEMLA). Virtual.

2020                            Turner Conference Travel Award, Stony Brook University.  

2019                            Turner Conference Travel Award, Stony Brook University.

2019                            Graduate Student Travel Award, Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association Conference (PAMLA).                                      San Diego, CA.

2019                            Millicent Bell Thesis Award Nominee, New York University

2017-2019                   Wickham Moore Scholar, New York University.

ACADEMIC SERVICE

                                 UNIVERSITY

2022                           Organizer, Printing Solidarity Exhibit at Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery

2022                           Committee Organizer, Stony Brook Graduate Student Conference

2021                           Online Organizer, Cognitive Futures Virtual Conference, Sep. 23-26.

2021                           Chair, “Incarceration, Coloniality, and Capture.” Stony Brook University. “Altered States.”                                                             Graduate Student Conference. Feb. 26.

2019-Present                Community Member, Latinx Project, NYU

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2021                            Research Assistant to Prof. Amy Cook

2020                            Research Assistant to Prof. Andrew Newman for monograph in progress, The High School Canon: A                                            Reader’s History.

 

PROFFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

 

Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE)

Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (MELUS)

Henry James Society

Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA)

Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)

REFERENCES

Michael Tondre, Associate Professor

Department of English

Stony Brook University

Humanities Building

Stony Brook, NY 11794

michael.tondre@stonybrook.edu

 

Susan Scheckel, Associate Professor

Department of English

Stony Brook University

Humanities Building

Stony Brook, NY 11794

susan.scheckel@stonybrook.edu

 

Peter Nicholls, Henry James Professor of English and American Letters

Department of English

New York University

244 Greene Street

New York, NY 10003

pn18@nyu.edu

 

Patrick Deer

Department of English

New York University

244 Greene Street

New York, NY 10003

patrick.deer@nyu.edu