Current and Recent Courses and Syllabi
- Richard Greydanus,
“’All that Man Has and Is:’ A Study of the
Historiographical Concerns Guiding the Work of Christopher
Dawson”—Defended October 2008.
- Carlos Bovell,
“Rhetoric More Geometrico in Proclus’ Elements
of Theology and Boethius’ De Hebdomadibus”
Defended November 2007.
- Michael Mols,
“Bernard of Clairvaux on the Song of Songs: A Contemporary Encounter with
Contemplative Aspirations” Defended November 2007.
- Yvana Mols,
“Weil, Truth and Life: Simone Weil and Ancient Pedagogy as a Way of Life”
Defended August 2007.
- Stephan Zylstra,
“Teleology in the Thought of William of Ockham” Defended
- Jon Zeyl,
“Michel Foucault’s ascesis and the Christian technique de soi.’s
Defended August 2006.
- Eric Kamphof,
“The Tri-unity of Life: On the Unity of the
Vollenhovian Project” Defended October 2004.
- Yorick Schultz-Wackerbarth,
“Discovering Connection: The Dynamic
Tension and a ‘More-Than’ in an Eckhartian Conception of
the Soul” Defended April 2004
- Michael De Moor,
“Not Ideas About the Thing but the Thing Itself: Thomas Reid’s
Epistemology in the Light of Aristotle’s De Anima
Defended October 2003.
- Yana Filippenko,
“The Metaphor of Language in St. Augustine’s Philosophy of Imago
Dei” Defended November 2000.
- Chris Cuthill,
“Mutilated Music: Towards an After Auschwitz Aesthetic”
Defended November 1999
- Adam Barkman,
“The Philosophical Christianity of C.S. Lewis: Its Sources, Content and
Formation”—Defended June 2009.
- Andrea Budgey,
“Diversity as Religious Good in Late Medieval England: Uthred
of Bolden’s Diversitas vivendi in Context”—(Trinity),
- Pauline Head,
“’I would be One of Them and Suffer With Him’: Relationship, Sin
and Redemption in Julian of Norwich’s Theology of the
Trinity”—(Trinity), Approved 2004
- Henry MacErlain OESA,
“Presuppositions to Education According to St.
Augustine on Religious Education”—(St. Michael’s),
- Colin Kerr,
“The Human Author in the Exegesis of St. Augustine’s Early
Episcopate”—(St. Michael’s), Approved October 2002.
- Jeremy Bergen,
“The Politics of History in John Milbank’s Use of Augustine’s
City of God”—(St. Michael’s), Approved
- Kevin Vaughan,
“Thomas Aquinas’ Mystical Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel in the
Lectura Super Ioannem”—(St. Michael’s),
Defended January 2009.
- Michael Dempsey,
“Fully Human, Fully Divine: “The Mystery of Divine Providence in the
Theology of Thomas Aquinas and Karl Barth” Ph.D. (St.
Michael’s), Defended September 2003.