Mark Malvasi

Mark Malvasi is a professor of history at Randolph-Macon College. Before joining the faculty there he taught at the University of Rochester, the University of Alabama, and the University of Puget Sound. His work has been published in various periodicals, including The Intercollegiate Review and Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture. He earned his PhD from the University of Rochester, his MA from the University of Chicago, and his BA from Hiram College.


Volume 75

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Guests on Volume 75: Mark Malvasi, on John Lukacs, the meaning of the modern, and how to think about history; John Lukacs, on the roles of curiosity and language in the vocation of historians; Steve Talbott, on how communications technologies divert language from its richest possibilities; Christian Smith, on the spiritual lives and theological assumptions of American teenagers; Eugene Peterson, on the essential relationship between theology and spirituality, and on the narrative life of congregations; and Rolland Hein, on the life and imagination of George MacDonald.