Each Alcuin Fellow engages a project of study and writing.
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Alcuin Fellow Annual Projects
Christopher Perrin, PhD
Project: Christopher continues to study the history and philosophy of scholé–restful and leisurely learning–and its application to classical schools and learning.
Ravi Jain, MDiv
Project: Ravi continues his study of mathematics and science instruction in the classical tradition.
Kevin Clark, MDiv, DLA (Can.)
Project: Kevin is working on his PhD at Georgetown University where we his studying the interdisciplinary nature of the liberal arts.
Grant Horner, PhD (Can.)
Project: Grant continues to study the ways in which virtue has been taught in the classical tradition, in thinkers such as John Milton.
Andrew Smith, MA
Project: Andrew is studying educational ideals contained in the writings of Plato and the practice of rhetoric in the classical tradition.
David Diener, PhD
Project: David is studying and writing about the influence of Greek philosophy and education on the tradition of classical education.
Bill Stutzman, MA
Project: Bill is studying the memory and music in the classical tradition of education. He is collaborating with Jenny Rallens on the study of memory.
Jesse Hake, MA
Project: Jesse is studying the ways in which a classical education can be deployed to urban centers across the U.S.
Josh Gibbs, BA
Project: Josh is studying the tradition of “great books” instruction in the classical tradition.
Robyn Burlew, MEd
Project: Robyn is studying the ways that classical educators across all grades and levels can grow and work together effectively and harmoniously.
Phillip Donnelly, PhD
Project: Phillip is engaged in a project of writing and research in which he is exploring the liberal arts as “seeds of learning.”
Christopher Hall, MAT
Project: Chris is studying the way that common arts have been and can be integrated into classical learning.