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  •  Ramirez, Kimberly del Busto

    Phone: 718.482.5911
    Office: M 111-C


    Biography 


     Remigio, Xavier

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Richards, Leah

     Phone: 718.349.4068

     Office: E-200G

     Mail: E-103

     Email: lerichards@lagcc.cuny.edu

     Rimmer, David

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


    Biography 


     Rockwood, Matthew

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Rogers-Cooper, Justin

    Phone: 718.482.5913
    Office: M 120-E


    Biography 


     Rosa, Victor

    Phone: 718.482.5916
    Office: M-111 H


    Biography 


     Rosenblitt-Lacey, Alice

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Sarkowicz, Matthew

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Saul, Jon

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Scheindlin, Noam

    Phone: 718.482.
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     Schmidt, Christopher

    Phone: 718.482.5904
    Office: M 109-D


    Biography 


     Schwartz, Jesse

     Phone: 718.349.4073

     Office: E-200 H

     Mail: E-103

     Email: jesseschwartz@lagcc.cuny.edu

     

     Scribner, Charity

    Phone: 718.482.5651
    Office: M 111-B


     Shen, Sigmund C.

    Phone: 718.482.5915
    Office: E-103Z


    Biography 


     Sibbitt, David

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Silva, John O.

    Phone: 718.482.5676
    Office: E-103D


    Biography 


     Smith, Jason C.

    Phone: 718.482.5649
    Office: E-103S

    Biography Biography
    Professor C. Jason Smith holds a B.A. and M.A. from Texas A&M University-Commerce and the Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of Arkansas with major fields in Critical Theory, World Literature, the Anglophone Diaspora, and Spanish and Latin American Literature. He has published and presented widely on issues of sex, gender, and the body as represented in literature, film, and new media and is an active science and technology writer. His first book, Alien Woman: The Making of Lt. Ellen Ripley (Continuum, 2004; co-authored with Ximena Gallardo C.), was a recipient of the Ray and Pat Browne National Book Award from The Popular Culture Association. Dr. Smith is currently working on an interdisciplinary book on embodiment and representation tentatively titled Virtual Culture: Imagining Human Society.

    Courses I teach: ENG099 Living in The Matrix; ENG101 Fast Food Nation; ENG102 Supernatural; ENG103 Wikimedia, ENG252 Sexuality in Literature; ENG275 J.R.R. Tolkien and much much more!


     Spatafora, Nicholas

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Stingerstein, Jeffrey
     Storti, Janet

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


    Biography 


     Stubbs, Naomi J.

    Phone: 718.482.5680
    Office: M 109-G


    Biography 


     Styler, David

    Phone: 718.482.5906
    Office: M-109 F


     Tanenbaum, Laura

    Phone: 718.482.5747
    Office: M 120F


    Biography 


     Tapper, Gordon - Chair, English Department

    Phone: 718.482.5669
    Office: E-103 FF


    Biography 


     Tirado, Elvis
     Tomko, Diane M.

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Treece, Corbett

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Tsao, Ting Man

    Phone: 718.482.5661
    Office: E-103 W


    Biography 


     Uzzilia, Suzanne

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Van Slyck, Phyllis

    Phone: 718.482.5660
     Office: E-103 N

     Mail: E-103

     Email: vanph@lagcc.cuny.edu


    Biography 


     Vassiliou, Luke - Co-Director of Composition

    Phone: 718.482.5694
    Office: M 109 C

    Biography Biography
    Luke Vasileiou is Associate Professor of English and co-Director of Composition. From 2010-2013 he served as contact advisor for LaGuardia’s Phi Theta Chapter and as contact person for the PTK scholarships. He grew up in Europe pursued graduate study in the US on a Fulbright Scholarship. His interests include Rhetoric and Composition, Narrative Theory, British Victorian Literature and Twentieth-Century American Literature. He has published and presented on American Literature, Honors education, and Composition pedagogy. Schools Attended: University of Athens-Greece (B.A.-ESL Education); Illinois State University (M.A. in English/Rhetoric); Louisiana State University (PhD-English).Favorite Quote: "You can be hated for your good works as much as for your evil ones"--Niccolo Machiavelli

     Wiggins, Carol

    Phone: 718.482.5687
    Office: MB-14


     Wilson, James

    Phone: 718.482.5678
    Office: E 103-Y


    Biography 


     Yen, Xiaoping

    Phone: 718.482.5682
    Office: E-103 GG


     Young, Susan E.

    Phone: 718.482.5671
    Office: E-103 L


    Biography 


     Zhang, Yu

    Phone: 718.482.5652
    Office: E-103 C


     Ziegler, John

     718.482.5656

    jziegler@lagcc.cuny.edu