Anthony Galluzzo, PhD
Senior Research Fellow
Anthony Galluzzo received his PHD from UCLA in early American and eighteenth-century British literature, with a focus on radical transatlantic literary cultures of the 1790s. He has taught at a wide range of institutions–as visiting assistant professor and lecturer–ranging from USMA at West Point to Colby College and the New School. His interests include radical ecology, romanticisms new and old, and charting the decelerationist imagination from the 1970s until today. He is currently writing about the cult film ZARDOZ as a vehicle to explore neo-luddism, which will form the core of a book length project. Anthony is associated with the Global Centre for Advanced Studies as a Senior Research Fellow.