Thomas Bertonneau

Thomas F. Bertonneau has been a college English professor since the late 1980s, with some side-bars as a Scholar in residence at the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal, as a Henri Salvatori Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, and as the first Executive Director of the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics. He has been a visiting assistant professor at SUNY Oswego since the fall of 2001. He is the author of over a hundred scholarly articles and two books, Declining Standards at Michigan Public Universities (1996) and The Truth Is Out There: Christian Faith and the Classics of TV Science Fiction (2006). He is a contributor to The Orthosphere and the People of Shambhala website, and a regular commentator at Laura Wood’s Thinking Housewife Website.

2015   Dec   13   The West’s Cultural Continuity
2016   Apr   23   René Girard on the “Ontological Sickness”
        26   The Essay and Western Civilization
    Aug   4   The Fairy Tale of Al-Andalus
2017   Jan   18   A Review of Guillaume Faye’s “Understanding Islam”
    Jul   9   Mika Waltari’s “Dark Angel” (1952) — A Novel for Our Time
2018   Apr   5   A Dystopian Masterpiece: Jack Vance’s “Wyst: Alastor 1716”
    Jul   12   A Westerner Reads the Koran
    Aug   12   Pierre Manent: Beyond Radical Secularism
2020   Feb   15   Nothing Swedish Here…
    May   18   José Ortega y Gasset on Self-Satisfaction and Specialization
    Jun   15   Eric Voegelin on Gnostic Modernity
    Jul   5   Spengler on Militant Religiosity