Dr. Joseph Forte serves Northeast Catholic College as Academic Administrator and as a member of the faculty, teaching humanities and philosophy. He recently defended his doctoral dissertation: Turning the Whole Soul: Platonic Myths of the Afterlife and Their Psychagogic Function, at The Catholic University of America School of Philosophy in Washington, DC. He taught at CUA for several years as a First Year Experience Teaching Fellow and also served as a First Year Advisor and President of the Graduate Student Association. Previously, he taught at Boston College, where he completed his master’s in philosophy.
Dr. Forte recently received the Prof. Henri Hyvernat Doctoral Scholarship from The Catholic University of America, as well as the Richard M. Weaver Fellowship from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.
His most recent publication, in the September 2016 issue of International Philosophical Quarterly, is titled “Explaining Hope in Plato’s Philebus.”
2017 Speaking Circuit