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    Dr. Sarah Klitenic Wear

    Associate Professor of Classics

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    Education

    • Ph.D. in Classics - Trinity College, University Of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
    • M.Litt. in Classics - Trinity College, University Of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
    • B.A. in Classical Languages and Literature, with Departmental and General Honors - The College Of The University Of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    Professional Experience

    • Visiting Assistant Professor - Creighton University and Seton Hall University
    • Adjunct Professor - Montclair State University and Brooklyn College
    • Adjunct Professor - Brooklyn College
    • Instructor - Belvedere College, Dublin
    • Instructor - Belvedere College, Dublin and St. Andrew’s College, Blackrock, Ireland
    • Teaching Assistant - Trinity College, Dublin

    Awards and Honors

    • Faculty Development Award - Franciscan University of Steubenville
    • Freshman Faculty Advisor Award - Creighton University
    • Creighton University Travel Award - Creighton University
    • Postgraduate Studentship - Trinity College, University of Dublin
    • Herzog Centre (F.K.A. Middle And Near Eastern Centre) Fellowship - Trinity College, University of Dublin
    • Dumbarton Oaks Reader - Washington, DC
    • Centre For The Study Of The Platonic Tradition Fellowship - Trinity College, University of Dublin
    • Trinity Trust Travel Grant - Trinity College, University of Dublin
    • Dean’s List - The College of the University of Chicago

    Select Publications & Accomplishments

    • “Syrianus in the Athenian and Alexandrian Schools of Platonism” 
      “Syrianus in the Athenian and Alexandrian Schools of Platonism” International Medieval Studies Congress Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan

    • “Being and Potency in Augustine’s Commentary on the Gospel of John” 
      “Being and Potency in Augustine’s Commentary on the Gospel of John" Neoplatonism and Its Legacy: 2009 Annual Conference on Christian Phillosophy Franciscan University of Steubenville

    • Despoiling the Hellenes: Pseudo-Dionysius and the Athenian School of Platonism 
      Despoiling the Hellenes: Pseudo-Dionysius and the Athenian School of Platonism Co-author with Professor John M. Dillon, Trinity College, University of Dublin Ashgate Publishing Company