Dr. Kevin Clark is the academic dean of The Geneva School in Winter Park, FL where he has been a member of the rhetoric teaching faculty since 2004. In 2016, Dr. Clark completed his doctoral thesis entitled “The Hermeneutics of Interdisciplinarity,” and is currently writing on philosophical hermeneutics and the potential of the liberal study of the humanities as a new interdisciplinary pedagogy. He is excited to contribute to the continued growth of Classical education as teaching fellow for Templeton Honors College’s new MAT program.
The renewal of Christian liberal arts education has Kevin at work beyond the walls of The Geneva School as well. Since 2009 Kevin has served as an “Alcuin” fellow of the Society for Classical Learning, a fellowship that provided the opportunity for Kevin to co-author with Geneva colleague Ravi Jain The Liberal Arts Tradition: A Philosophy of Christian Classical Education (Classical Academic Press, 2013). He speaks regularly at regional and national education conferences for organizations like the Circe Institute and The Society for Classical Learning.
Kevin understands that his vocation as a Christian classical teacher is ultimately to support the Church and the family in their call to train children in the fear and admonition of the Lord. This means that Christian classical education is not simply a matter of academic preparation; it is ultimately about seeing Christ’s Church flourish as a new generation of men and women are prepared to work for God’s glory and for the life of the world.
- DLS, Georgetown University: Interdisciplinary Theory
- MA, Reformed Theological Seminary: Theological Studies
- BA, University of Central Florida: Philosophy