A Magazine from the CiRCE Institute

Contributors


CONTRIBUTORS


Adam Andrews is the director of the Center for Lit and the co-author of Teaching the Classics. He and his wife, Missy, live in Washington State. 

Martin Cothran, the author of Memoria Press’ Traditional Logic, Material Logic and Classical Rhetoric programs, is an instructor of Latin, Logic, Rhetoric, and Classical Studies at Highlands Latin School. He currently serves as senior policy analyst with The Family Foundation of Kentucky. 

Joshua Gibbs teaches great books to high school students at Veritas School in Richmond, Virginia. He is the editor of FilmFisher and writes a column at circeinstitute.com. You can find him on Twitter @joshgibbs. 

Chuck Hicks is the operations director for CiRCE and a frequent music critic for various sites, including Pop Matters. He and his family live in Concord, NC. 

John Mason Hodges is a conductor, lecturer, composer, and writer. He lectures on the subjects of aesthetics, classical education, and music, and writes for various publications on the arts. He is founder and director of the Center for Western Studies, and serves as scholar-in-residence for the National Fellows movement.

Christopher Perrin is the founder and CEO of Classical Academic Press, the board vice president of the Society for Classical Learning, and the director of the Alcuin Fellowship of classical educators. He has published numerous articles and lectures that are widely used throughout the United States and the English-speaking world. 

Christine Perrin is the Director of Writing at Messiah College and has taught literature and creative writing at Johns Hopkins University, with Gordon College’s Orvieto Program, through the Pennsylvania Arts Council to students of all ages, and at the local classical school where her children attended. Her most recent collection of poems is called Bright Mirror and is available now. 

Brian Phillips is the Headmaster of The CiRCE Academy and Director of CiRCE Consulting. He is the pastor of Holy Trinity Reformed Church in Concord, NC and an adjunct faculty member at Belmont Abbey College. He is the author of Sunday Mornings: An Introduction to Biblical Worship and the editor of the new edition of Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America.

Angelina Stanford is co-host of the popular podcast, Close Reads, from the CiRCE Podcast Network, works as a freelance writer and editor, and is a columnist at circeinstitute.com.  You can learn more about her online literature classes at angelinastanford.com.

Gregory wolfe is the founder of IMAGE journal, publisher of SLANT books, and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Catholic Thought & Culture at Seattle University. Among his books are The Operation of Grace: Further Essays on Art, Faith, & Mystery (Cascade, 2015), and Beauty Will Save the World: Recovering the Human in an Ideological Age (ISI Books, 2011).