Domenic joined the Department of Theology and Philosophy at Marian University, Indianapolis this Fall semester (2012) where he will be teaching Logic, Plato & Aristotle, and Human Nature and Person. He looks forward to the opportunity to teach Metaphysics and Augustine & Aquinas in future semesters.
For the previous four years, he served as an adjunct-faculty member in the Philosophy Department at the University of St. Thomas (Houston, TX), teaching courses in Philosophy of the Human Person, Ethics, and Modern Philosophy. He also taught Introduction to Latin and led the Graduate Latin tutorial.
In May 2012, Domenic received his Ph.D. from the University of St. Thomas's Center for Thomistic Studies.
His scholarship is primarily on the late Medieval discussion of analogy. He treats it both as a debate between Thomism and rival schools, and as a valuable source of philosophical understanding for contemporary students of philosophy. He intends to develop his dissertation into a book on the 14th and 15th Century discussion of analogy, and to publish further in related fields.