David Lloyd Dusenbury, MPhil, MPhil, PhD
I am a postdoctoral fellow at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2019-20), & I hold the doctorate in philosophy from the University of Leuven (2017). My books are The Space of Time (2014), Platonic Legislations (2017), and The Innocence of Pontius Pilate (2020).
My doctoral thesis reconstructs the cosmopolitan thought behind a fourth-century anthropological text by a Syrian philosopher-bishop, Nemesius of Emesa (present-day Homs). A revised version of this study is forthcoming with Oxford University Press as Nemesius of Emesa on Human Nature (Oxford Early Christian Studies).
I have been a scholar in residence at the Hardt Foundation, a visiting fellow at Dumbarton Oaks, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Leuven, and a visiting lecturer at Loyola University Maryland.
I have lectured widely in Europe on religion, philosophy, law, and the history of ideas. I regularly contribute to the Times Literary Supplement, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and other cultural and political reviews.