Alumni & Friends of Rutgers English

Eric Gary Anderson (PhD 1994) is the director of a new interdisciplinary minor in Native American and indigenous studies at George Mason University. As vice president of the Southern American Studies Association, he will be hosting the organization’s biennial meeting in February 2009.

Joseph Anfuso (BA 1970) is the founder and president of the faith-based missions and relief organization, Forward Edge International. The organization is engaged in, among other projects, the long-term recovery effort in the Gulf Coast, building a “village” for children living in Nicaragua, and developing a feeding program for AIDS orphans in Kenya.

Tanya Agathocleous (PhD 2003), an assistant professor of English at Yale University, published an article on teaching world literature in Pedagogy with Karin Gosselink (PhD 2006).

Eric Gary Anderson (PhD 1994), an associate professor of English at George Mason University, published an article on the Atlanta child murders in a PMLA special issue on cities.