Dr. Michael Antonucci
Michael Antonucci teaches courses in the English Department and American Studies Program. His training in African American literature and culture serves as the foundation for his research on Space, Place and Race in United States.
Professor Antonucci's scholarship has appeared in African American Review, American Studies Journal, Arkansas Review, Callaloo, COIN, and Obsidian III, as well as in various edited volumes and collections.
As a participant at the 2011 Futures of American Studies Institute at Dartmouth College & 2011 Summer Fellow at Dartmouth's Leslie Institute for the Humanities, he began research on “A/Way Up South: Lucy Terry, “Bars Fight” and Slavery in Interior New England,” a research project on Black women poets in New England.
Other recent research projects include the recovery of Frank J. Basloe's I Grew Up with Basketball, forthcoming from University of Nebraska Press & Bison Books in 2012.
Since 2009, Professor Antonucci has served as Chair of the American Studies Program. For more information go to: