Conor is currently a PhD student at the Catholic University of America. His main interests are Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, and all things Patristic. Currently Conor is working on his Masters Thesis with Dr. Matthias Vorwerk on Plotinus’ conception of the intelligibe (νοητόν).
Conor did his undergraduate degree at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC. He double majored in classics and philosophy. He then did an MTS (Masters of Theological Studies) at the University of Notre Dame. Afterwards he spent two years at the Polis Institute of the Humanities in Jerusalem, studying Greek, Latin, and Biblical Hebrew as living languages. In addition to his academic studies, Conor enjoys reading the Bible, especially the Old Testament. He is currently narrating the Book of Genesis in Greek, Latin, and Hebrew for the benefit of Catholics who would like to listen to the Old Testament in the three sacred languages of the Church. These videos can be found on YouTube by searching Audio Hexapla.