Prof. Joseph Salvatore Salemi, PhD

Professor of Humanities

Joseph Salemi Professional Milestones

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1948

Dr. Salemi is born in New York, New York to Salvatore Joseph and Liberty Luce Salemi.

1968

Dr. Salemi receives a Bachelor of Arts from Fordham University.

1970

Dr. Salemi receives a Master of Arts from New York University.

1977

Dr. Salemi becomes a professor of composition and literature at Pace University in New York, New York.

1983

Dr. Salemi becomes a professor of humanities at New York University.

1984

Dr. Salemi becomes a professor of English at Nassau Community College in Westbury, New York.

1986

Dr. Salemi receives a Doctor of Philosophy from New York University.

1988

Dr. Salemi becomes a professor of English at Fordham University in Bronx, New York.

1989

Dr. Salemi becomes a professor of classics at Hunter College.

1991

Dr. Salemi marries Helen Louise Palma.

1993

Dr. Salemi becomes a professor of classics at Brooklyn College.

1993

Dr. Salemi receives an award from the Classical and Modern Literature Journal.

1997

Dr. Salemi authors “Formal Complaints.”

1999

Dr. Salemi authors “Nonsense Couplets.”

2003

Dr. Salemi authors “Masquerade.”

2005

Dr. Salemi authors “The Lilacs on Good Friday.”

2006

Dr. Salemi authors “Skirmishes.”

2009

Dr. Salemi authors “Steel Masks.”

2019

Dr. Salemi authors “A Gallery of Ethopaths.”

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