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About Brent Little

Professor Brent Little, Ph.D. began as a Lecturer of Catholic Studies at Sacred Heart University in 2016. He received a Ph.D. from Loyola University Chicago in Integrative Studies in Ethics and Theology with a specialization in Theology. Little's dissertation, “Uncertainty and Faith: The Dynamics of Belief in Theology and Literature,” was defended March 20, 2015. Other theses include, “A Christian Imagination in Pagan Garb: A Theological Reading of C.S. Lewis’ Till We Have Faces” and “Schubert’s Settings from Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre.”


Positions

2016 Present Lecturer Catholic Studies, Sacred Heart University Department of Catholic Studies
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20152016 Full-Time Instructor, Loyola University Chicago
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20132015 Adjunct, Loyola University Chicago
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Honors and Awards

  • Tuition Scholarship Loyola University Chicago, (Fall 2010-May 2015)
  • Fulbright Scholarship Beethoven-Archive, Bonn, Germany (August 2000-July 2001) Researched Beethoven’s Scottish folksong-settings.

Courses

  • CIT 202 The Human Journey Seminars: Journey to the World
  • CIT 201 The Human Journey Seminars: Journey to God

Education

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20102015 Ph.D. Integrative Studies in Ethics and Theology, Loyola University Chicago
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20072009 Master of Theological Studies, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
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20012003 M.A. Music, University of Notre Dame
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19962000 B.A. Music, The Pennsylvania State University
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Contact Information

Department of Catholic Studies 
Academic Bldg HC221V 
College of Arts and Sciences 
203-396-8302

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