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Carlos A. Casanova is a lawyer who holds a PhD in Philosophy from the Universidad de Navarra. He was chair of the graduate studies in philosophy at the Universidad Simón Bolívar in Venezuela. He also was a Bradley Foundation Fellow at the Notre Dame’s Jacques Maritain Center. Presently, he is director of the Chilean campus of the International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality of Liechtenstein at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has published many articles in philosophy, in Spanish and English, and his eight books include the following: El ser, Dios y la ciencia, según Aristóteles; El hombre, frontera entre lo inteligible y lo sensible; Re-flexiones metafísicas sobre la ciencia natural; Racionalidad y justicia.

Christopher M. Graney is professor of physics and astronomy at Jefferson Community & Technical College in Louisville, Kentucky. For the past few years he has been conducting research into the history of astronomy, with a focus on translating from Latin and analyzing the scientific arguments used against the Copernican system in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Darci N. Hill is associate professor of English at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, where she has taught for over 20 years. She holds a PhD in renaissance literature and classical rhetoric from Texas Woman’s University. Hill’s research interests range [End Page 210] from renaissance and seventeenth-century literature to the Oxford Inklings and the teaching of classical education. She is particularly interested in how faith and reason intersect in literature—and ultimately in the academy. She has published articles on George Herbert and is currently involved in writing a book on the literary hero.

Reinhard Hütter is professor of Christian theology at Duke University Divinity School. The author of four scholarly books and numerous articles, reviews, and translations, he has also coedited five books. His most recent books include Reason and the Reasons of Faith (ed. with Paul J. Griffiths), Ressourcement Thomism: Sacred Doctrine, the Sacraments, and the Moral Life (ed. with Matthew Levering), and Dust Bound for Heaven: Explorations in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas. He serves presently as coeditor of Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal and of the academic book series Faith and Reason: Studies in Catholic Theology and Philosophy. He was awarded the Henry Luce III Fellowship, was a visiting fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies of Religion of the University of Chicago, a research fellow at the Center of Theological Inquiry at Princeton, and served as visiting professor at the University of Jena, Germany. Hütter was elected for membership in the American Theological Society as well as the Academy of Catholic Theology, and has been made an ordinary academician of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas. He is a distinguished fellow of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, served as the president of the Academy of Catholic Theology for 2010–11, and holds the Randall Chair of Christianity and Culture at Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island, for the academic year 2012–13.

Christopher A. Link, SJ, is associate professor of English at the State University of New York, New Paltz, where he regularly teaches courses on the Bible, great books, American literature, Asian classics, and film. He holds a PhD in religion and literature from Boston University and an undergraduate degree in film and religious [End Page 211] studies from New York University. He has articles forthcoming in Nabokov Studies and Literature/Film Quarterly and is currently at work on a book treating the religious and ethical dimensions of Vladimir Nabokov’s fiction. He is subsequently planning a full-length comparative study of literary and spiritual affinities in the works of Shusaku Endo and Graham Greene.

Daniel McInerny taught and worked for many years at various universities in the United States. Currently he is the CEO of Trojan Tub Entertainment, a children’s entertainment company that features his humorous Kingdom of Patria series for middle grade readers (kingdomofpatria.com). He also writes fiction for adults; his first novel is the darkly comic thriller, High Concepts: A Hollywood Nightmare.

Paul G. Monson is a teaching fellow and doctoral candidate...