John Di Bartolo is a writer, musician, and multimedia designer living in Long Island, New York.
Internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work on the creative development of J.R.R. Tolkien in the context of his times, John Garth is the author of the Mythopoeic Award-winning Tolkien and the Great War (2003) and the 2015-16 Fellow in Humanistic Studies at Black Mountain Institute, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He lectures on Tolkien for the Mythgard Institute.
At-Large Board Member
Member Board of Directors. General Counsel Museum of Science Fiction. Attorney specializing in technology, internet, and general corporate law.
Dr. Persson has a Doctorate in English from the University of British Columbia, and a Masters’ degree in English from the University of Regina. His area of scholarly interest is premodern literature, with reference to the ways it intersects with theological, philosophical, and sapiential traditions.
Katherine Sas earned her B.A. in English Literature from Messiah College and her M.A. in Language & Literature from Signum University, specializing in Imaginative Literature. She is the Academic Coordinator for Signum Grad School.
Kathryn N. McDaniel is Andrew U. Thomas Professor of History and Chair of the Department of History, Philosophy, and Religion at Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio.
Digital Campus Division Lead
Keli is a consultant doing development for Apple products and the leader of the Digital Campus Division at Signum University where he oversees Signum's digital assets.
Preceptor, Signum University, and Library Director, Pima Community College, Northwest Campus, Tucson, Arizona
Lecturer & Preceptor
Larry Swain used to work in IT and libraries after receiving his B.A. in Religion-Greek and Linguistics. After 15 years, he earned an M.A. in Medieval Studies at the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University and then a PhD at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His academic work focuses on early medieval preservation and […]