Dr. Naomi Yavneh Klos, Chairwoman of the Board

Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley; M.A. in Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley; A.B. in Comparative Literature, Princeton University. 

An expert in gender and spirituality in Italian Renaissance Culture, Dr. Naomi Yavneh Klos recently presented her research at King’s College, London.  A former president of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women and founding director of the Council of Undergraduate Research’s Arts & Humanities division, she is a member of the AJCU Honors Consortium and a member of the Board of Directors of the National Collegiate Honors Council.  A member of the inaugural cohort of Loyola’s Ignatian Faculty Fellows Program and Director of the University Honors Program, she is currently writing a book, “Not Just for Jesuits: Ignatian Values in Honors and Beyond.”

Stanley Yavneh Klos, President

BA in American Studies, BS in Zoology, MA in Rhetorical Theory & Historic Public Address and a Ph.D. Candidacy in Communications and Marketing. He attended, respectively, St. Peter’s College, Idaho State University, and The Pennsylvania State University. In 1983, upon the discovery of 18th Century Philadelphia shipping records in his attic, Stan began to research and exhibit primary source documents.

Stan has authored numerous publications while assembling rare primary source collections that have headlined a plethora of universities, national historic sites, libraries, and museums' special exhibits. His most recent exhibits were for the Louisiana Bicentennial Celebration at the state capitol April 30th – May 6, 2012 and “America’s Four Republics: The More or Less United States” headlined at the Annapolis Continental Congress Festival November 26-28th, 2012.


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