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John R. Dunlap received his BA from Santa Clara University in 1968. He pursued classical studies at Duke University and took his MA from the University of Minnesota in 1975 after a two-year stint in the US Army. He has taught at Santa Clara University since 1975, where he became Senior Lecturer in Classics and English in 1989. His numerous course offerings include the Honors survey of classical literature and the Elem Latin and Elem Greek sequences, as well as specialized courses in Homer, Lucretius, Cicero, Virgil, Augustine, New Testament Greek, and Medieval Latin. He is the author of more than 70 articles and review essays, and a regular contributor to The American Spectator. His most recent writing projects include an Answer Key to Collins's Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin (CUA Press) and, from Heyday Books, a new anthology of the works of Ambrose Bierce.
Professor Dunlap lives in San Jose, California, with his wife Victoria and the two youngest of their four children.