Mark Schwehn

Mark Schwehn is a professor of humanities and the dean of Christ College at Valparaiso University; he is also the project director of the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts. He has written essays on a variety of topics, including film criticism, cognitive theory, and the modern university. He earned his PhD and MA in history and humanities from Stanford University, and his BA from Valparaiso University.


Volume 52

Guests on Volume 52: Tom Shippey, on J. R. R. Tolkien: Author of the Century; Jeffrey Meyers, on George Orwell’s illuminating use of language; Ralph McInerny, on natural theology and the "subjective turn" in philosophy; Daniel Ritchie, on William Cowper and how we know the world; Ian Ker, on John Henry Newman and the purpose of education; Mark Schwehn, on teaching, community, and virtue; Gilbert Meilaender, on ways to think about work; and Tiina Nunnally, on the prose of Sigrid Undset.