Victor Menza

Raised in Buffalo, New York, Victor Menza (1953–2013) attended the University at Buffalo and then Johns Hopkins as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow for a PhD in philosophy. He received a National Endowment for the Humanities award for his teaching at Dartmouth College and writing on Plato. He left to work in prose and in practice outside the academy. Late in life he discovered his own adoption, which brought new topics to the fore.

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