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Santa Fe Faculty

Mark Roosevelt

President, Santa Fe

mroosevelt(at)sjc.edu

BA, Harvard College, 1978; JD, Harvard Law School, 1983; Massachusetts State Representative [State Legislature] 1986–94; Adjunct Professor of Politics and Director of Gordon Public Policy Center, Brandeis University, 1995-2001; President and CEO, Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives, 1997–2003; Managing Director, Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education, 2003–05; Adjunct Professor, Heinz School of Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, 2007–10; Superintendent, Pittsburgh Public Schools, 2005–10; President, Antioch College, 2011–16; President, St. John’s College Santa Fe, 2016–present.

J. Walter Sterling

Dean of the College in Santa Fe

jwsterling(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1993; Jacob K. Javits Fellow, US Dept. of Education, 1993-97; MA Philosophy, Emory University, 1997; Doctoral Candidate, Philosophy, Emory University, 1997; MBA, University of Notre Dame, 2018; Philosophy Instructor, Loyola College in Maryland, 1997-99; Philosophy Instructor, Gwynedd-Mercy College, 1999-2000; Intellectual Heritage Instructor, Temple University, 1999-2000; Adult Learning Instructor, Project H.O.M.E., Philadelphia, 2000-03; Board member and teaching faculty, Rome Institute of Liberal Arts, 2008-present; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2003-present; Dean, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2011-14, 2018-present.

Judith I. Adam

judith.adam(at)sjc.edu

BA, 1986, MA, 1989, Political Science, University of Alberta; PhD, 1996, Political Science, Boston College; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1996-present; Assistant Dean, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2005-08.

Jan Arsenault

jan.arsenault(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1982; MA, University of Denver Counseling Psychology, 1989; Diploma in Analytical Psychology, CG Jung Institute of Santa Fe, 2006; Tutor, St. John’s College, 1996-present: Assistant Dean, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2014-17.

Philip Bartok

philip.bartok(at)sjc.edu

BS, Physics, University of Connecticut, 1992; Physics Instructor, Denver Institute of Technology, 1995; MA, Philosophy, University of Notre Dame, 2004; PhD, Philosophy, University of Notre Dame, 2004; Tutor, St. John’s College, Sante Fe, 2003-present.

Guillermo Bleichmar

guillermo.bleichmar(at)sjc.edu

BA, English Literature, Columbia University, 1997; PhD, Comparative Literature, Harvard University, 2007; Harvard University Teaching Fellow, 2001-2005; Tutor, St. John’s College, 2009-Present.

Michael D. Bybee

mikebybee(at)earthlink.net

BA, Philosophy, 1972, BA, MA, English, 1972, 1975, Idaho State University; educational therapist, Gateway Mental Health Center, Pocatello, Idaho, 1972-74; MA, PhD, Philosophy, 1976, 1981, University of Hawaii; Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Idaho State University, 1982-84; Instructor of English, 1984-90, Senior Instructor of English, 1990-95, University of Oregon; Adjunct Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, San Diego State University, 1995-96; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1996-present.

Anthony James Carey

jcarey(at)sjc.edu

St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1963-65; BA, University of North Carolina, 1967; MA, 1973, PhD 1998, Graduate Faculty, The New School for Social Research; U.S. Marine Corps, 1967-69; Graduate Study in Music, University of North Carolina, 1969; Part-time Instructor in Philosophy, East Carolina University, 1974-78; Part-time Instructor in Philosophy, North Carolina Wesleyan College, 1976-78; Tutor, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1979-83, Santa Fe, 1984-present; Dean, 1986-91, 1996-2000; Acting President, 2000. Distinguished Visiting Professor of Philosophy, United States Air Force Academy (2004-2007; 2009-2014).

David Carl

david.carl(at)sjc.edu

BA, Philosophy, Pomona College, 1990; MA, Philosophy, Claremont Graduate School, 1991; PhD, Comparative Literature, University of California at Davis, 2000; Lecturer in Philosophy, California State University San Bernardino, 1991-93; English Instructor, Wuppertal, Germany, 1992; Philosophy and Religion Instructor, Diablo Valley College, 1993-95; Poet in Residence, Shakespeare and Company Bookstore, Paris, France, 1998; Comparative Literature Instructor, UC Davis, 1995-2000; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2000-present; Assistant Dean, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2008-10; Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, 2012-16.

Christine Chen

christine.chen(at)sjc.edu

BA, magna cum laude, Wellesley College, Russian Studies, 1999; 1998-1999, Yale University; MA, Harvard University, Regional Studies: Russia, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, 2001; Program Coordinator, Institute for Democracy in Eastern Europe, 2001-2002; PhD candidate, Modern and Medieval Languages, Cambridge University, U.K.; Graduate tutor, departmental lecturer, Cambridge University, 2004-06; Tutor, St. John’s College, 2006-present.

John F. Cornell

john.cornell(at)sjc.edu

BA, 1975, MA, 1977, McGill University; PhD, University of Chicago, 1981; McConnell Fellow, 1975-77; Fishbein Fellow, 1977-80; Searle Fellow, 1980-81; NEH Fellow, 1982; ACLS Fellow, 1983-84; Assistant Professor, Honors College, University of Oregon, 1981-83; Assistant Professor, History of Science, University of Georgia, 1984-85; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1985-present; Visiting Assistant Professor of History of Science, University of Chicago, 1990.

Matthew K. Davis

mdavis(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1982; MA in Philosophy, Dalhousie University, 1984; PhD Candidate in Philosophy and Classics, University of Pittsburgh, 1985- 87; PhD in Political Science, Boston College, 1995; Killam Fellow, 1983-84; Earhart Fellow, 1990-91; Bradley Fellow, 1993-96; Bradley Fellow, University of Toronto, 1996-98; Donner Fellow, 1997-98; Special Projects Editor, Books in Canada, 1997-98; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1998-present; Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Classics, Carthage College, 2002; Assistant Dean, 2003-05; Visiting Scholar, Boston College, 2005-06; Graduate Institute Director, 2009-12; Dean, 2015-2018.

Sarah H. Davis

sdavis(at)sjc.edu

BA, Philosophy and Anthropology, Harvard University, 1999; MA, Anthropology, 2007, and PhD, Anthropology, 2011, Emory University; Teaching Assistant and Instructor in Cultural Anthropology, Emory University, 2004, 2005, 2009; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2012-present.

Janet A. Dougherty

janet.dougherty(at)sjc.edu

BA, Yale College, 1974; MA, PhD, Harvard University, 1980; Teaching Fellow in Government at Harvard College, 1976-78, 1979-80; French Government Fellowship, 1978-79; Assistant Professor of Political Science, Stonehill College, 1908-82; Tutor, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1982-85; Santa Fe, 1985-present.

Jacques Antoine Duvoisin

jacques.duvoisin(at)sjc.edu

BA, 1980, St. John’s College, Annapolis; MA, 1984, PhD, 1992, The Catholic University of America; Knights of Columbus Fellow, 1981-84; Visiting Fellow, University of London, School for Advanced Studies, Institute of Philosophy, Fall 2009; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1997-present.

Michael Ehrmantraut

michael.ehrmantraut(at)sjc.edu

BA, Political Theory and International Relations, Michigan State University; PhD Political Science, Boston College, 2001; Bradley Foundation Post-doctoral Fellowship, Boston College, 2002, Visiting Scholar, Boston College, 2003-2004; Tutor, St. John’s College, 2005-present.

Natalie Elliot

nelliot(at)sjc.edu

BA Honors, Political Science, 2002, and MA, Political Science, 2004, University of Alberta; PhD, Political Science, University of North Texas, 2009; Teaching Fellow, Department of Political Science and Honors College, University of North Texas, 2009-2010; Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, Southern Methodist University, 2010-2011; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2011-present; Research Fellow, Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions, Spring 2014; Lecturer, Hutton Honors College, Indiana University, 2014-2015.

Elizabeth S. Engel

elizabeth.engel(at)sjc.edu

BA, Pomona College, 1967; MPhil, 1971, PhD, Philosophy, 1973, Teaching Assistant, 1969, Yale University; Teacher, Shimer College, 1971-73; Assistant Professor of Philosophy, California State University at Humboldt, 1973-75; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1975-present.

Grant H. Franks

grant.franks(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1977; JD, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, 1980; Associate, Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, San Francisco, CA, 1980-83; Clerk to Judge Cecil E. Poole, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, San Francisco, CA, 1983-84, Associate, Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, San Francisco, CA, 1984-88; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1988-present.

Michael Golluber

michael.golluber(at)sjc.edu

BA, Liberal Arts, Sarah Lawrence College, 1988; MA , Philosophy, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1991; PhD, Philosophy, Tulane University, 1998; Instructor of Philosophy, Southwestern University, 1996-98; Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Xavier University of Louisiana, 1998-2000; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2000-present; Assistant Dean, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2017-present.

Patricia M. Greer

patricia.greer(at)sjc.edu

BA, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1966; MA, Writing Seminars, Johns Hopkins University, 1967; Teaching Fellow, University of Southern California, 1968-69; MA, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1995; PhD, History of Religions, University of Virginia, 2002; Dupont Writing Fellowship, 2000-01; Adjunct Instructor, History of Asian Religions, University of Virginia, 1999; Visiting Lecturer, Sanskrit Epics, Sweet Briar College, 1999; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2001-present.

Jonathan Hand

jhand(at)sjc.edu

BA, Government, Harvard University, 1981; Teacher, Colorado Springs School, 1984-86; Graduate Student, Political Science, Yale University, 1987-89; Visiting Student, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 1994-95; PhD, Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago, 2002; Lecturer in the College, University of Chicago, 1998-2002; Visiting Assistant Professor, Political Science, Furman University, 2002-03; Tutor, St. John’s College, 2003-present.

Claudia Hauer

chauer(at)sjc.edu

BA, University of Chicago, 1986; MA, 1991, PhD, 1993, Classics and Modern Greek Studies, University of Minnesota; Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics, Cornell College, 1993-94; Tutor, St. John’s College, 1994-present; Distinguished Visiting Professor, United States Air Force Academy, 2010-2012; 2014-2017.

Topi Heikkerö

topi.heikkero(at)sjc.edu

MTh, Theological Ethics and Philosophy of Religion, University of Helsinki, 2000; MA, Theoretical Philosophy, University of Helsinki, 2005; PhD, Social Ethics, University of Helsinki, 2009; Researcher, Center for Social Ethics, University of Helsinki, 2002-2007; Visiting Scholar, Colorado School of Mines, 2003-2004; University Lecturer in Ethics, Department of Systematic Theology, University of Helsinki 2007; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2008-present.

Stephen Frederick Houser

stephen.houser(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1979; San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 1980-82; MA, University of Virginia, 1989; PhD, University of Virginia, 1990; President’s Fellow, University of Virginia, 1987-90; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1983-present.

Frank R. Hunt

frank.hunt(at)sjc.edu

St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1971-73; Cornell University, 1973-74; BA, New York University, 1976; MA, 1980, PhD, 1985, The Catholic University of America; Editor, Catholic University of America Press, 1980-86; Lecturer, Marymount University of Virginia, 1985-86; Editor, Princeton University Press, 1987-89; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1990-present.

T. Andrew Kingston

thomas.kingston(at)sjc.edu

AB, English, Kenyon College, 1995; PhD, Philosophy and Music, The University Professors Program, Boston University, 2003; Lecturer, English, Boston University, 2001-02; Visiting Instructor, Integrated Program in Humane Studies, Kenyon College, 2001-02; Adjunct Instructor, Jazz Piano, Kenyon College, 2001-02; Instructor, Writing Program, Boston University, 2002- 03; The University Professor’s Program Post-Doctoral Fellow, Boston University, 2003-04; Instructor, Core Curriculum, Boston University, 2004-05; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2005-present.

Philip Lecuyer

phil.lecuyer(at)sjc.edu

BA, Colorado College, 1966; Merton College, Oxford University, 1969; Studies in Biology, University of New Mexico, 1970-72; Boettcher Scholar, 1962-66; Perkins Scholar, 1963-66; Rhodes Scholar, 1966-69; Danforth Graduate Fellow, 1966-72; Woodrow Wilson Fellow (honorary), 1966; Tutor, English Literature, Summer Humanities Institute, Colorado College, 1968; Tutor, Biology and Chemistry, Institute of Social Research and Development, University of New Mexico, 1971-72; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1972-present.

David Lawrence Levine

dll2(at)sjc.edu

University of Pennsylvania, 1962; AB St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1967; MA 1969, PhD 1975, The Pennsylvania State University; Woodrow Wilson Fellow 1967-68; NDEA Fellow (Honorary) 1967-70; University Graduate Fellow, The Pennsylvania State University 1969-70; Independent Research, Centre Universitaire International, Paris, 1970; Language Study, Goethe Institut, West Germany 1970-71; Instructor in Philosophy, University of Maryland, West Germany, 1971; Teaching Assistant and Instructor in Philosophy and Humanities, The Pennsylvania State University, 1968-69, 1971-75; Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Humanities, Oklahoma State University, 1975-80; Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities, Oklahoma State University, 1980-88; Fellowship Research Grant, Earhart Foundation, 1984-85; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1986, 1988-, Assistant Dean, 1997, Director of the Graduate Institute, 1997-2001; Dean, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2001-2006.

David Levy

dlevy(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 2003; MA, Pennsylvania State University, 2005; PhD, Boston College, Department of Political Science, 2010; Visiting Assistant Professor, Emory University, Department of Political Science, 2011-2012; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2012 -present.

Allison D’orazio Levy

adlevy(at)sjc.edu

BA, 2006, MA, 2008, Political Science, Boston College; PhD, 2015, Political Science, Boston College; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2015-present.

Charlotte Gray Martin

sherry.martin(at)sjc.edu

BA, University of Colorado, 1972; Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst Dankstipendium, University of Freiburg, 1972-73; PhD, Classics and Comparative Studies, Boston University, 1979; Teaching Fellow, Boston University, 1975-78; Visiting Lecturer, Colorado College, 1978-79; Assistant Professor, University of Colorado, Spring, 1980; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1980-present.

Erika Troseth Martinez

emartinez(at)sjc.edu

BA, English, Colby College, 1995; PhD, Linguistics, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, 2009; Tutor, St. John’s College 2010-present.

Richard A. Mccombs, II

richard.mccombs(at)sjc.edu

BA, BS, Fordham University, 1990; Loyola Fellow, Fordham University, 1990- 92; MA, Fordham University, 1992; Teaching Fellow, Fordham University, 1992-94; Instructor, Marist College, 1995, Tutor, Rose Hill College, 1996-98; Instructor, University of South Carolina, 1999; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1999-present; PhD, Fordham University, 2000.

David Mcdonald

david.mcdonald(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1995; Graduate Research Assistant, Theoretical Biology & Biophysics, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1995-96; Programmer, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM, 1996-98; Applications Developer, PE Informatics, Santa Fe, NM, 1998-99; Manager of Technical Services, Panorama Point Web Development, Santa Fe, NM, 1999-2001; Senior Technician, Theoretical Biology & Biophysics, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 2001-2007; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2005-present; Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, 2016-present.

Maggie Evans Mcguinness

mmcguinness(at)sjc.edu

BA, Spanish Language & Literature/English Literature, Western Washington University, 2004; MFA, Poetry, Texas State University, 2007; PhD, American Literature/Poetics, University of Oregon, 2012; Teaching Assistant and Instructor in Literature and Composition, Texas State University, 2004-2007; Instructor in Literature and Composition, University of Oregon, 2007-2011; Dissertation Fellow, Center for the Study of Women in Society, 2011-2012; Fellow, Oregon Humanities Center, 2012; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2015-present.

Ian Moore

imoore(at)sjc.edu

 

BA, German, Music, and Philosophy, University of North Texas, 2010; Fulbright Scholar, Wuppertal, Germany, 2015-2016; Josephine de Karman Fellow, 2015-2016; Martin-Heidegger-Fellow, Meßkirch, Germany, 2016; PhD, Philosophy, DePaul University, 2016; Teaching Fellow, DePaul University, 2010-2016; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2017-present.

Raoni Padui

raoni.padui(at)sjc.edu

BA Vassar College, 2003; MA Philosophy, Villanova University, 2005; PhD Philosophy, Villanova University, 2012; Adjunct Instructor, Villanova University, 2007-2011; Part-Time Faculty, University of New Mexico, Fall 2012; Tutor, St. John’s College, Spring 2013-present.

Frank N. Pagano

fpagano(at)sjc.edu

AB, Cornell University, 1969; PhD, Boston College, 1981; Assistant Professor of Political Science, 1975-81, Director of the Division of Liberal Learning, 1980-83, Associate Professor of Political Science, 1981-83, University of New England; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1983-present; Director of the Graduate Institute, 2001-2004.

Bruce M. Perry

bruce.perry(at)sjc.edu

BA, Greek, 1973, MA, Classics, 1975, PhD, Classics, 1983, University of Washington; PhD Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, 1995, University of Pennsylvania; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1990-present.

Peter Pesic

peter.pesic(at)sjc.edu

AB, Harvard University, 1969; MS, 1970, PhD, 1975, Stanford University; Danforth Graduate Fellow, 1969-75; Research Assistant and Associate, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, 1970-75; Lecturer, Stanford University, 1976-80; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1980-present; Musician-in-Residence, 1984-present; Dorr Lecturer, University of North Carolina, 2003; Peano Prize, 2005; Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2006-present; Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 2007-08; Ronald James Alexander Memorial Lecturer on Musicology, Stanford University, 2008; Paul Leonard Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Nevada at Reno, 2009; Fellow, American Physical Society 2010- ; Visiting Scholar, Harvard University, 2010-2012; Price/Webster Prize, 2012; Associate, Department of Physics, Harvard University, 2013- ; History of Science Society 2013 Joseph H. Hazen Education Prize.

Eric Poppele

eric.poppele(at)sjc.edu

University of Chicago, 1979-80; BA, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1989; MSE, Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan, 1991; Associate Engineer, Montgomery Watson, 1992-93; Environmental Engineer, Hinds Environmental, Inc., 1994-98; Licensed Professional Engineer, New Mexico, 1997-2009; PhD, Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota, 2006; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2003-present.

Michael David Rawn

michael.rawn(at)sjc.edu

BS, Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1974; MS, Mathematics, Brown University, 1977; Undergraduate Study in Mathematics Education, University of New Orleans, 1979-80; Graduate Study in Mathematics, Clarkson University, 1983-86; PhD, Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, 1991; Instructor, University of New Orleans, 1977-80; Assistant Professor, Western, Zaire, 1980-82; Visiting Assistant Professor, St. Lawrence University, 1983-86; Assistant Professor, Manchester College, 1988-92; Tutor, St. John’s College, 1993-present.

Julie Reahard

julie.reahard(at)sjc.edu

BA, English, Michigan State University, 1980; MA, Old Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Nevada, Reno, 1984; PhD, Comparative Literature, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1991; Teaching fellow, Department of English, University of Nevada, Reno, 1981-84; Instructor, Department of English, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1987-88; Instructor, College of General Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 1988-89; Graduate Work, Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania, 1988-91; Post Doctoral Research, History of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992-93; Associate Professor, English Department, Providence University, Shalu, Taiwan, 1996-98; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1993-present.

Mark Rollins

mark.rollins(at)sjc.edu

AB, Princeton University (1977), PhD, Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley (1991). Teaching Fellow in Philosophy while at Berkeley; Teaching Fellow in the Core Curriculum, Harvard University for six years (last in 1997). Also taught at UNAM, Mexico City, the American University in Bulgaria, and elsewhere. Visiting Scholar, History of Science Museum, Florence Italy, 2005-06; Visiting Professor in Philosophy, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2012-12. Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1998-present.

Thomas Scally

scat(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. Mary’s College of California, 1967; MA, Boston College, 1970; PhD, Boston College, 1971; Assistant Professor, University of Santa Clara, 1970-71; Assistant Professor, St. Mary’s College of California, 1971-74; Assistant Professor, California State University at Humboldt, 1975; Department Chairman (Philosophy), Champlain Regional College, Quebec, Canada, 1975-87; Lecturer, Institute for Social Theory, York University, Toronto, Canada and Perugia, Italy, 1980-84; Visiting Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1987-89; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1990-present.

Gregory Schneider

gregory.schneider(at)sjc.edu

BA, Philosophy, University of Dallas, 1990; MD, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1995; Resident Physician, Family Medicine, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1995-98; M.L.A., Liberal Arts, Southern Methodist University, 2005; Certificate, UCLA Professional Program in Screenwriting, 2014; Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Medical Ethics, and Literature and Medicine at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, 1998-2004; Tutor, St, John’s College, 2005-present; Staff Physician, Student Health Service, University of Miami, 2016-present.

Marsaura Shukla

mshukla(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1993; MPhil in Theology, Fordham University, 2000; PhD in Theology, University of Chicago, 2012; Martin Marty Fellow, 2006-07; Alma Wilson Fellow, 2007-08; William Rainey Harper Fellow, 2008-09; Lilly Teaching Fellow, 2010-11; Instructor, University of Chicago, 2006-2011; Tutor, St. John’s College, 2012-present.

Jay Smith

jaysmith(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1977; MA, Philosophy, Marquette University, 1979; PhD, Philosophy, Fordham University, 2002; Environmental Protection Agency, 1986-89; Environmental Consultant, 1990-2000; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2001-present.

David Edward Starr

david.starr(at)sjc.edu

BA, Gordon College, 1962; MA, 1966, PhD, 1972, Boston University; Graduate Assistant in Philosophy, Boston University, 1963-64; Teaching Intern, Boston University College of Basic Studies, 1964-66; Instructor in Philosophy, University of Rhode Island, 1966-71; Tutor, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1972-80, Santa Fe, 1982-, Director of The Graduate Institute in Liberal Education, Santa Fe, 1980-82.

Nicholas Starr

ncstarr(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2002; MA, Political Science, Boston College, 2007; PhD, Political Science, Boston College, 2013; Lecturer and Fellow, Program on Constitutionalism and Democracy, University of Virginia, 2012-2014; Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Political Science, Emory University, 2014-2015; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2016-present.

Edward Cary Stickney

cary.stickney(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Annapolis, 1975; MA, Philosophy, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiberg, W. Germany, 1979; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1980-present; Director of The Graduate Institute, 1994-97.

Susan Stickney

susan.stickney(at)sjc.edu

BA, SUNY-Binghamton, 1970; Fulbright Scholar, Freiburg, Germany 19970-71; MA, University of Michigan, 1972; German teacher, Olney Friends School, 1972-1975; Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiberg, Germany, 1975-1980; PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1985; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1992-present.

Caleb Thompson

caleb.thompson(at)sjc.edu

Tufts University, 1980-1982; BA, Philosophy, Clark University, 1985; MA, Philosophy, University of Virginia, 1990; PhD, Philosophy, University of Virginia, 1994; Postdoctoral Fellow, SUNY at Buffalo, 1994-96; Hourani Lecturer, SUNY at Buffalo, 1994-95; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1996-present.

Lise Van Boxel

lise.vanboxel(at)sjc.edu

BA Honors, High Distinction, English Specialist, Political Science Major, Trinity College, The University of Toronto, 1992; MA, High Distinction, Political Philosophy, Boston College, 1995; PhD, Political Philosophy, The University of Toronto, 2006; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2001-present.

Stephen R. Van Luchene

stephen.vanluchene(at)sjc.edu

BA, Arizona State University, 1969; MA, 1971, PhD, 1973, University of Notre Dame; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1973-, Director of Admissions, 1979-81, Director of The Graduate Institute in Liberal Education, 1982-85; Dean, 1991-1996.

Krishnan Venkatesh

krishnan.venkatesh(at)sjc.edu

BA, English Literature, Magdalene College, Cambridge University, 1982; Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (on Shakespeare editions), University of Muenster, West Germany, 1982-86; Lecturer in British and American Literature, Shanxi University, Taiyuan, People’s Republic of China, 1986-89; Guest Lecturer in Film Analysis, North China Film and Broadcasting Institute, 1989; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1989- ; Graduate Institute Director, 2004-2009.

Jack V. Wales, Jr.

jack.wales(at)sjc.edu

BS, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 1968; Ranch Hand, 1969-1974; Graduate Study in Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 1975-1978; Laboratory Instructor, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 1975-1978; Mathematics Teacher, The Thacher School, Ojai, California, 1978-2006; MA, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2000; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2007-present.

Edward A. Walpin

edward.walpin(at)sjc.edu

BA, Political Science, Middlebury College, 1987; MA, English, Middlebury College (Bread Loaf School of English), 1989; MA, Political Science, Duke University, 1992; PhD, Political Science, Duke University, 1998; National Endowment for the Humanities Dissertation Grant, 1993-94; Exchange Fellow and Instructor, Institut für Politische Wissenschaft, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Erlangen, Germany, 1994-95; Fellow, Instructor, and Project Coordinator, Kenan Ethics Program, Duke University, 1997-98; Consultant, PBS Frontline, 1998-99; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1999-present; Assistant Dean, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2010-2014; Interim Dean, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2014; Executive Director of Enrollment Management, 2016-2017.

Llyd Ewan Wells

llyd.wells(at)sjc.edu

BA, Near Eastern Studies (Assyriology) and Natural Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University, general and departmental honors, Phi Beta Kappa, 1999; MS Oceanography, University of Washington, 2001; Graduate Certificate, Astrobiology, and PhD, Oceanography, University of Washington, 2006; Beneficial-Hodson Trust Scholar, Umm el-Marra, Syria, 1999; National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow, 1999-2002; Recipient, National Science Foundation Integrated Graduate Education and Research Traineeship, 2002-2005; Scholar in Residence, Center for Northern Studies, Sterling College, VT, 2006-2007; Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities, University of Pennsylvania, 2007-2008; Visiting Faculty, Wagner Free Institute of Science, 2008; Associate, Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), 2008-present; Visiting Arctic Fellow, Institute of Arctic Studies, Dartmouth College, 2015-2016; Tutor, St. John’s College, 2008-present.

Linda Wiener

linda.wiener(at)sjc.edu

BS, Biology, University of Miami, 1977; MS, Entomology, Colorado State University, 1979; PhD, Entomology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1981; Post-Doctoral Fellow, Linguistics, Harvard University, 1982-85; Entomology Associate, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, 1982-85; Agribusiness Consultant, Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge, MA, 1984-85; Visiting Faculty, Ben Gurion University, 1999-2000; Entomology and Arachnology research and consulting since 1990; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe since 1985.

Russell Winslow

russell.winslow(at)sjc.edu

BA, 1997, Literary Studies,summa cum laude, University of Texas at Dallas; MA, 2001, and PhD, 2006, Philosophy, Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research; Teaching fellow, Eugene Lang College, New York City, 2001-2005; Post-doctoral fellow at Fordham University College at Lincoln Center, 2006-2007; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2007-present.

Kenneth B. Wolfe

kenneth.wolfe(at)sjc.edu

BA, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1994; MA, Latin, University of California at Berkeley, 1996; PhD, Classics, University of California at Berkeley, 2000; Visiting Assistant Professor in Classics and Humanities, Reed College, 2000-02; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 2002-present.

Michael Wehring Wolfe

michael.wolfe(at)sjc.edu

BA, 1994, St. John’s College, Santa Fe; Dupont Fellowship, 1994-95, President’s Fellowship, University of Virginia, 1994- 97; MA, History of Religions, University of Virginia, 1997; MDiv, Religion, Columbia University, 2008; PhD, Religion, Columbia University, 2016;Assistant Director of Admissions, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1997-99; Tutor, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, 1999-present.

Alan Zeitlin

alan.zeitlin(at)sjc.edu

BA English University of California, Davis 1979, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa MA English (Creative Writing) University of California, Davis 1985 JD University of California, Berkeley 1987 Visiting student Hebrew University 1988-89 Graduate student in Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley 1990-92 PhD Classics University of California Berkeley 1998; Lecturer: University of California, Berkeley, Spring 1999 Visiting Assistant Professor, Emory University, 1999-2000 Visiting Assistant Professor, Bard College, 2000-04, St. John’s College, 2005-present.