- Assistant Professor of Greek Patristics
- Windle House
Dr. Sean Argondizza-Moberg has joined MASI on a one-year Term Appointment as an Assistant Professor in Greek Patristics.
Specializing in Christian asceticism in late antiquity, Dr. Argondizza-Moberg earned his doctorate at Catholic University of America’s Center for the Study of Early Christianity.
Dr. Argondizza-Moberg is currently working on a book on monasticism and classical culture.
- Areas of Expertise
- Eastern Patristics
- Early Christian Ascetism and Monasticism
- Greek (Koine & Attic)
“The Use of Illness in the Apophthegmata Patrum” Journal of Early Christian Studies 26.4 (Winter 2018): 571-600.
“Review of The Canons of Our Fathers by Bentley Layton” Religious Studies Review 44.2 (June 2018): 229.
“Examination of Conscience in the Apophthegmata Patrum” Studia Patristica XCI (2017): 325-32.
“Desert Voices” in Patristic Spirituality: Classical Perspectives on Ascent in the Journey to God (Book chapter under review). Proposal has been endorsed and accepted for review by Brill, Studies in Religion and Society.
“Messalians/Euchites” (Encyclopedia entry under contract) Brill Encyclopedia of Early Christianity
Monasticism and Classical Culture (Book in progress)
PhD, Early Christian Studies – Catholic University of America, Center for the Study of Early Christianity
MA, Early Christian Studies – University of Notre Dame
BA Summa Cum Laude, Ancient Civilizations and Biblical Studies; Minor in German – University of Michigan