Advisory Board

Michael Mack, Ph.D.: Associate Professor of English and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Catholic University of America; author of books on English classics.

Sister Mary Dominic Pitts, O.P., Ph.D.: Professor, Aquinas College, Nashville, TN; expert in linguistics and English literature.

John Rao, D. Phil.: Oxon. Associate Professor of History at St. John’s University; director of the Roman Forum/Dietrich von Hildebrand Institute and founder of the New York City Lectures in Church History.

W. Winston Elliott III, M.B.A.: Editor-in-Chief of The Imaginative Conservative and President of The Free Enterprise Institute; member of the Academy of Philosophy and Letters, and the Philadelphia Society; Senior Fellow of Franklin’s Opus and a Patron of Centro Studi Russell Kirk (Milan, Italy).

Ronald Rychlak, J.D.: Professor of Law, University of Mississippi; advisor to the Holy See’s delegation to the United Nations and author of Hitler, the War and the Pope.

Anthony Esolen, Ph.D.: Professor of English, Providence College; Dante translator, regular contributor to The Magnificat, and prolific author on Western civilization and popular culture.

Bruce P. Frohnen, Ph.D., J.D.: Professor of Law, Ohio Northern University, political theory scholar, editor of Political Science Review, and of several publications of The Intercollegiate Studies Institute.

Alice Gunther, J.D.: Homeschooling mother of nine; author of books on homeschooling and socialization; columnist for the Long Island Catholic; founder and President of IHS, a Long Island homeschooling network.

Rev. Michael J. Keating, Ph.D.: Professor, Catholic Studies Program, University of St. Thomas; courses include the Catholic intellectual tradition and Church history.

Michael Miller, M.A., M.B.A.: Director of Programs, Acton Institute; frequent lecturer on metaphysics and political economy; formerly Professor of Theology at Ave Maria College of the Americas.

Rev. Richard A. Munkelt, Ph.D.: Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Fairfield University.

MacBeth Derham: Homeschooling mother of four; author and lecturer on homeschooling, nature study, and the natural sciences.