Peter Mascuch, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Long Island Campus - O'Connor Hall, N226C

B.F.A. in Film Studies and Production, New York University
M.Ph. in English, City University of New York
Ph.D. in English, City University of New York

Areas of Expertise: film and media, American literature and culture

An associate professor of English and American studies and coordinator of the film/media studies program, Peter Mascuch has worked at St. Joseph’s College since 2003.

Dr. Mascuch specializes in English and film studies. His research and scholarly interests focus particularly on American film, literature and culture since 1945. Prior to working at St. Joseph’s College, Dr. Mascuch taught at a number of schools, including Iona College, University of New Hampshire and Queens College.  

Dr. Mascuch serves on several committees at St. Joseph’s College, including the College-Wide Assessment Committee; Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Committee; Faculty Learning Community on Teaching Excellence; and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Committee.  

Dr. Mascuch has received various honors and awards and is a three-time recipient of the Faculty Development Grant from St. Joseph’s College. He is also a member of numerous organizations, such as the Society for Cinema Studies, American Culture Association and Literature/Film Association.

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