Brian Williams

Brian Williams holds a D.Phil and M.Phil from the University of Oxford, where he was a Clarendon Scholar; and an M.A. and Th.M. from Regent College (Vancouver, Canada). His current research examines the tradition of Didascalic Christian Humanism, focusing on the works of Hugh of St. Victor, Philip Melanchthon, and John Henry Newman. Dr. Williams’ broader academic interests include virtue ethics, the history of education, religious political theology, Dante Alighieri’s Commedia, and the intersection of moral theology and social anthropology. He is the co-editor of Everyday Ethics: Moral Theology and the Practices of Ordinary Life (Georgetown University Press, 2019).

Dr. Williams is a board member of the Philadelphia Commons Institute, and is an Academic Fellow of the Alcuin Fellowship and a Research Fellow of the Institute for Classical Education. He also taught Theology, Philosophy, and Literature at Cair Paravel Latin School (Topeka, KS); led Quo Vadis Travel Seminars in Europe and the United States; and has experience in several fields of business.

VIRTUE

VIRTUE is the flagship publication of the Institute for Classical Education. It disseminates stories, ideas, research and experiences in classical education to readers across the nation, helping them to pursue the classical ideals of truth, goodness, and beauty.

Subscribing to VIRTUE's mailing list is absolutely free.

VIRTUE Magaizine Issue 08

Sign up today for your copy and join 25,000+ teachers, leaders, and friends of K-12 Classical education.