2020, BA English/History, Mary Baldwin University
Tony DiNardo is a first-year PhD student in the Department of English and Comparative Literature. His research currently focuses on the theological and devotional writings of Britain from Wyclif to the Glorious Revolution, Stuart historiography, and applications of queer theory in the literature of the English Renaissance. An avid, lifelong reader of fantasy and science fiction literature, Tony also has an interest in the growing body of criticism surrounding those genres, particularly where it explores the medieval and early modern roots of the speculative and fantastic modes. Other interests of his include religion in the Victorian social novel, the poetry of the Irish literary revival, labor writing, and video game narratives.
African American Literature | British Literature from 1485 to 1660 (including Milton) | British Literature from 1660 to 1789 | British Literature from 1789 to 1900 | British Literature from 1900 to the Present | British Literature from its beginning to 1485 | Critical Theory and Cultural Studies | Digital Rhetorics | Early Modern Literature And Culture | Feminist Theory And Gender & Sexuality Studies | Film and Media Studies | Genre Theory | History of the Book | Irish Literature | Literature and History | Literature and Religion | Literature and Science | Narrative Theory | Poetry and Poetics | Posthumanism | Queer Theory | Science Fiction | The English Language