Anthony DiGesare

Adjunct Professor

anthony digesare

B.A., Cultural Studies, Empire State College
M.A., English, Buffalo State College
Ph.D. Candidate, English, McMaster University

CT 910

Anthony DiGesare's research and interests include postcolonial literature, Sam Selvon, American film, Black British film, writing and rhetoric, and Cultural Studies. He is currently working on a dissertation “No Recourse”: Menelik Shabazz, Horace Ové, and Black British Cinema (1968-1981) at McMaster University in the English and Cultural Studies department. He has been teaching at both Canisius University and Buffalo State College since 2016.


  • Best Graduate Essay Award and Scholarship at Buffalo State for a conference paper entitled,
  • “Confining Country, Confining City: Real and Imaginary Places in Caribbean Cinema", 2015.
  • Outstanding Master’s Thesis award at Buffalo State College, 2016.


  • "Bread, Onions, and the Buffer Zone." The Public. 24 December 2014, Buffalo, NY: 18-19. Print.
  • "Highway 62 Revisited." The Public. 27 October 2016, Buffalo, NY: 15-17. Print.
  • "How to Educate Yourself on (not so) Popular Music." Per Niente. 11.2 (2015):16-18. Print.
  • "How Tribe and a Walkman Changed my Life.” The Public. 23 March 2016. Web.
  • "The Nostalgia Trap." The Public. 24 April 2016. Web.