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Steve started his teaching career 18 years ago at University of South Florida. He then moved to New York and taught at University at Albany, Adirondack Community College, and now he is teaching at FM. His courses include various levels of English including Honors English, Introduction to Philosophy, Philosophy of the Arts, and Survey of American Popular Music.
Steve is a teaching faculty member of Modern Language Association, American Philosophical Association, and National Council of Teachers of English. He is a member of International Vladimir Nabokov Society as well as several FM committees including Academic Integrity, Barto Memorial (Chair), Curriculum, Professional Development, Senate Structure Sub-Committee, and Shared Governance. He is also advisor to the Student Government Association and Senator of Arts and Sciences Division.
His publications include “A Transcendental Trace: The Impersonal Poet in American Novels,” Richard Thorns Dissertation Fellowship, University at Albany.
Steve earned a B.A. in Communication from University of South Florida; M.A. in
Communication/Cultural Studies from University of South Florida; and PhD in English/American Literature from University at Albany.
When he is not teaching, Steve can be found in the kitchen as he is a cooking enthusiast or on-stage performing professionally as a musician.