Dr. Daniel Vollaro
Associate Professor of EnglishDownload vCard
Dr. Daniel Vollaro is an associate professor of English who teaches composition and professional writing courses. In a previous life, he worked in publishing, journalism, and the corporate world, but today, he applies that real world knowledge and experience to his teaching. He is a practitioner of project-based, experiential, and service learning, and he recently designed a special classroom to support these teaching and learning styles (W-1202). He is a creative, committed writing teacher with more than twenty years of classroom experience.
Dr. Vollaro is also a writer. His essays have been recently published in Adbusters, Boomer Café, Litro, Michigan Quarterly Review, Missouri Review, Rise Up Review, and The Smart Set. His fiction has been published in Blue Moon Review, Crania, Creo, Fairfield Review, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, Thrice Fiction, and Timber Creek Review.
- Doctorate – Nineteenth Century American literature – Georgia State University
- Master’s – Jewish-Christian studies – Seton Hall University
- Bachelor’s – English, journalism minor – The College of New Jersey
- Thoreau Studies
- American Anarchism
- The “Maker Movement”
- The Thoreau Society