Ph.D., Emory University (2005)
M.A., Emory University (2001)
B.A., Salisbury University (1994)
Dr. Anadale joined the department in 2009, from a background in seminary teaching. He designs and teaches some philosophy courses for pre-theology seminarians at Mount St. Mary's Seminary, as well as teaching in the undergraduate philosophy core. His areas of interest include philosophy of science, modern philosophy and logic. His current research interests include contemporary faith and reason debates, seminary formation and nineteenth century Catholic liberalism. Dr. Anadale is also director of the master of arts in philosophical studies program.
Areas of Study
Seminary Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Logic