Jeffrey Dennis Pearce

Mel Bradford's Political Credo
By Jeffrey Dennis Pearce on August 25, 2010

Professor, literary critic, historian, sage--all of these terms apply to Mel Bradford.


The End of All Things?
By Mr. Jeffrey Dennis Pearce on July 05, 2010

Are we, indeed, at the end of all things in the West? Has Christian Civilization, which began with St. Constantine, peaked in the High Middle Ages, and has been in decline at least since Scholasticism, run its course?


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about the author

Jeffrey Dennis Pearce
Jeffrey Dennis Pearce

I have a B.A. in history from Biola University, La MIrada, California, and an M.A. in history from California State University, Sacramento, California. I teach Western Civilization at Everett Community College, and I am an associated scholar and member of The Abbeville Institute, and a member of The Ghost Story Society.

I am a proud descendant of Charles the Hammer (through the Blossom/Fitz Randolph line of Plimoth Plantation), Revolutionary and Southron Patriots, and Danish and English settlers to the Stillaguamish and Skagit River valleys in Washington State.

Reading and research interests include Colonial and Revolutionary America, the American South, ghostly tales, the writings of Russell Kirk, Mel Bradford, Wendell Berry, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Ray Bradbury, and T.S. Eliot, and Anglo-American Conservative intellectual history and literature.

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