Mitchell Kalpakgian, Ph.D. has completed fifty years of teaching beginning as a teaching assistant at the University of Kansas, continuing as a professor of English at Simpson College in Iowa for thirty-one years, and recently teaching part-time at various schools and college in New Hampshire. As well as contributing to a number of publications, he has published seven books: The Marvelous in Fielding’s Novels, The Mysteries of Life in Children’s Literature, The Lost Arts of Modern Civilization, An Armenian Family Reunion (a collection of short stories), Modern Manners: The Poetry of Conduct and The Virtue of Civility, and The Virtues We Need Again. He has designed homeschooling literature courses for Seton Home School, and he also teaches online courses for Queen of Heaven Academy and part-time for Northeast Catholic College.
- The Blurring of Logical, Natural Distinctions
- Iconoclasm in Flannery O’Connor’s “Parker’s Back”
- Daily Bread and Manna in the Wilderness: The Sign of God’s Providence
- Words That Perform Spiritual Works of Mercy
- “The "Glory of God is Man Fully Alive”: The Madness of Transhumanism