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Michael C. Sloan
Professor (2011)
BA, Baylor; MA, Texas Tech; MLitt, PhD, Univ. of St. Andrews
Office Location: Tribble C305
Contact: (336) 758-5330; sloanmc@wfu.edu

Professor Sloan currently holds the F.M. Kirby Family Faculty Fellowship at Wake Forest University. He graduated from Baylor University with a double major in Classics and Economics.  He then received a Masters in Classical Literature and another Masters in Theology before receiving his PhD in Classics at St Andrews University in Scotland.  He has published widely in his field, including articles on authors such as Aristotle, Augustine, Cicero, Homer, Horace, Erasmus, Euripides, Orosius and others. His first two books were on Sedulius Scottus, a poet and scholar in the age of Charlemagne. He is currently editing a book, which is a survey of Greek and Latin literature, for the ALNTS series.  Wake Forest has awarded Dr. Sloan the Kenyon Family Faculty Fellowship for his excellence in teaching and scholarship, and he has also won the “Reid-Doyle Excellence in Teaching Award”, as well as the Teaching and Learning Collaborative “Innovative Teaching Award”. Dr. Sloan is an active advocate for the Humanities and Liberal Arts, publishing opinion pieces in both local and international news journals.  He has been interviewed and quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and other international media outlets for his expertise in classical literature and higher education.