Jeremiah Reedy, PhD

Jeremiah Reedy, PhD

Biography:

Jeremiah Reedy attended public schools in his native South Dakota. He earned a bachelor’s in philosophy from the Gregorian University in Rome. He earned an MA in classics from the University of South Dakota, and subsequently another MA and a PhD in classical studies from the University of Michigan. He taught classics and humanities at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, for thirty-six years. After retiring in 2004 he taught ecclesiastical Latin and New Testament Greek at the University of St. Thomas as an adjunct professor for seven years. Always interested in promoting the study of Latin and Greek, Reedy is the founder of the Seven Hills Classical Academy and co-founder of the New Spirit School, both charter schools. In retirement he has devoted himself to traveling, research, and writing. In addition to scholarly books he wrote an autobiography entitled Close Calls (Xlibris, 2009). Three Abecedaria is his eleventh book, and he is the co-author with John Kronen of three volumes of translations of medieval philosophers. A fourth volume will soon be completed.

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