Brian Duvick received his B.A. (1981) and M.A. (1984) from the University of Minnesota, and his Ph.D. (1992) from the University of Chicago
Duvick has taught at the University of Notre Dame (1987-1994), Concordia College (1994-1996), l'Institut Universitaire de Saint-Melaine and l''Institut Thomas-Philippe (1996-2000). He has been at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs since 2001. His teaching experience includes Ancient Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Medieval Christian and Islamic History. Research interests focus on Later Greek, Medieval and Renaissance intellectual history.
Duvick's Translation and Analysis of Proclus' Commentary on Plato's Cratylus is currently at press, andQuarrels of Imitation in the Renaissance Polemical Exchanges from Poliziano to Possevino, which Duvick co-authored with JoAnn DellaNeva (Notre Dame) is currently at press with Harvard University Press.
Duvick is currently finishing a 2-volume translation and analysis of the Trinitarian and Christological Works of Gregory of Nyssa, which will go to to press in the spring of 2007. The tentative title of Duvick's next project is,Apocalypticism: Ancient and Modern, a study of the formation and transformation of religious and secular beliefs about the end of the world.
Photo: Untitled. between 1935 and 1942. From Farm Security Administration Collection (Library of Congress).