Dr Alan Fimister
Dr Alan Fimister is Assistant Professor of Dogmatic Theology at Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Connecticut and Director of the Dialogos Institute. He studied at Oxford University (1994–1999), where he was senior scholar in theology at Exeter College and president of the Oxford University Newman Society.
He also studied at the International Theological Institute in Austria (2000–2002), before doing his PhD and teaching at the University of Aberdeen (2002–2007), after which he returned to teach at the International Theological Institute.
Dr Fimister has also taught for the Franciscan University of Steubenville, the University of Mary, Saint John Vianney Theological Seminary and the Augustine Institute.
He has written for the Spectator, the Catholic Herald, LifeSiteNews, the National Catholic Register and the Daily Caller. He published Robert Schuman: Neo-Scholastic Humanism and the Reunification of Europe (2008) and Integralism: A Manual of Politics Philosophy (2020) with Fr Thomas Crean OP.
He is a native of Newcastle upon Tyne and now lives in the US with his wife Colleen and their three children.