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Todd C. Ream

Teacher, Author, & Publisher

Born and raised in Southern California, Todd C. Ream serves at Indiana Wesleyan University as Professor of Humanities, Executive Director of Faculty Research and Scholarship, and as Senior Fellow for Programming for the Lumen Research Institute. 

He also serves as the Senior Fellow for Public Engagement for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities and as the Publisher for Christian Scholar’s Review

Previously, he served on college and university campuses in residence life, student support services, honors programs, and as a chief student development officer. 

As the Publisher for Christian Scholar’s Review, Todd hosts the weekly “Saturdays at Seven” conversation series with “Christian thought leaders about the academic vocation and the relationship that vocation shares with the Church.” 

Todd is the author or editor of 19 books and is presently working on a book concerning the academic vocation and a series of books concerning Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C.

Todd has also contributed over 190 articles, editorials, interviews, and reviews to a wide variety of journals, magazines, and newspapers including: About Campus; America; Christianity Today; Crux; First Things; the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette; the Hedgehog Review; the Heythrop Journal; Inside Higher Ed; Modern Theology; the National Catholic Reporter; New Blackfriars; Notre Dame Magazine; the Review of Higher Education; and Teachers College Record.

Articles & Essays

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The paradox of free speech. The following is an article by Todd C. Ream published in The Hedgehog Review on May 5, 2023. Any search for recent titles celebrating the university’s mission, achievements, and irreplaceable role will likely end in frustration. There is no shortage…
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May 5, 2023