2018, AA Liberal Arts, Northern Virginia Community College
2020, BA English/History, Mary Baldwin University
Tony DiNardo is a PhD student in the Department of English and Comparative Literature. Their main area of research deals with the value positionings of, and the cultural work performed by, the fantastic from the medieval romance to modern genre fantasy and science fiction. They have also done more conventional work in medieval and early modern theological and devotional thought from Wyclif to Donne. Other interests of theirs include Stuart historiography, faith and labor in the Victorian social novel, the poetry of the Irish literary revival, and video game narratives.
Office: Greenlaw 311
British Literature from 1485 to 1660 (including Milton) | British Literature from its beginning to 1485 | Critical Race Studies | Critical Theory and Cultural Studies | Disability Studies | Early Modern Literature And Culture | Feminist Theory And Gender & Sexuality Studies | Genre Theory | Literature and Philosophy | Literature and Religion | Post-Colonial Literature and Theory | Posthumanism | Queer Theory | Science Fiction | Social Justice | Women Writers | Writing In The Disciplines