Joseph Bottum

Joseph Bottum
Non-Fiction, South Dakota Authors, Young Readers

A nationally known public intellectual and bestselling author, Joseph Bottum is a professor of cyber-ethics and director of the Classics Institute at Dakota State University. The former literary editor of the Weekly Standard and former editor-in-chief of the journal First Things, Bottum holds a Ph.D. in medieval philosophy. His books include the South Dakota memoir The Christmas Plains, the sociological study An Anxious Age and the children’s book The World Is Awake

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