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About Anthony E. Lee

About Anthony Elliott Grobes-Lee
I stand as the first among equals having arrived at the Hall in 1967 as a 17 year old freshman and having received my Bachelor of Arts in 1971, my first of five degrees, my last obtained in 1987. I serve as Humanities/Catholic Specialist with tenure, having begun my employment in 1974.
In addition, I am charged with the duties of liaison to the department of Archaeology, Catholic
Studies, Classical Studies assisting Dr. Marta Deyrup, Communications, i.e. Film, English with Dr. Marta
Deyrup and Professor Beth S. Bloom, EOP, Middle Eastern Studies, and Sports; not forgetting Africana
Studies. I enjoy experiencing writing poetry, exploring my Catholic faith, reading deeply in the fields Biography, English, history, Philosophy, Religion and anything else that that sparks my interest. I always like to keep my interests peaked.

Subject Librarian for African-American Studies, Communications and English

Education:
Seton Hall University, 1971,  BA-History 
Seton Hall University,  1973,  MA-History  
Columbia University,  1974,  MS-Library Science  
Seton Hall University,  1980,  MA-English   
Princeton University,  1987,  MA & ABD-Archaeology&Classical  Studies

Positions

Present Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian, Seton Hall University
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