- Dr. Peter Redpath
Dr. Peter A. Redpath, AAI Rector
Peter Redpath was a full professor of the Philosophy Department at St. John’s University from 1970 to 2011. Dr. Redpath is the author/editor of 10 philosophical books and many dozens of articles and book reviews; over 200 invited guest lectures nationally and internationally; co-founder of the Gilson Society (USA) and The International Etienne Gilson Society; former vice-president of the American Maritain Association; Founding Chairman of the Board of the Angelicum Academy home school program (since 2000); member of the Board of Directors of the Great Books Academy home school program; member of Board of Trustees of the Institute for Advanced Philosophic Research; member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Catholic Education Foundation; Academician of The Catholic Academy of Sciences in the United States of America; former executive editor of Value Inquiry Book Series (VIBS), former editor of the Studies in the History of Western Philosophy (SHWP), editor of the Gilson Studies (GS) special series for Editions Rodopi, B. V.; former associate editor, and current advisor of the journal Contemporary Philosophy; recipient of St. John’s University’s Outstanding Achievement Award, Realia’s Award for Service, and Socratic Fellowship Award from the Great Books Academy; inaugural inductee as distinguished alumnus of Xaverian High School; and former Graduate Fellow of SUNY at Buffalo. Since 2011 Dr. Redpath moved to Cave Creek, Arizona, in part to devote his time to teaching and developing the Adler-Aquinas Institute.
Dr. Peter Redpath’s Resume