sean_salai_sjSean Salai ’03 recently interviewed well known Professor Camille Paglia, University Professor of Humanities & Media Studies at the University of the Arts at the Philadelphia College of Performing Arts, and author of numerous articles on art, literature, popular culture, feminism, politics and religion.  Click here to read his online interview, “The Catholic Pagan: 10 Questions for Camille Paglia,” from American the National Catholic Review.

In this statement, Sean describes how he first encountered Paglia’s work as a student at Wabash in a Classics 101 course, which led him to seek out the interview.

Sean is a contributing writer at America Magazine. Before entering the Jesuit order in 2005, he was a newspaper reporter for The Washington Times and the Boca Raton News. After Wabash, he earned an MA from Loyola University Chicago, and is currently working on an M.Div at Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University.


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