Dr. Denis Kitzinger
Denis Kitzinger is a native of Flörsheim, Germany, a town near to the approximate birthplace of Einhard, the early 8th century Frankish scholar who was the noble servant to Charlemagne as well as his biographer.
In his youth and early adulthood Mr. Kitzinger spent much time on the soccer field, an occupation which earned him a full athletic scholarship to David Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN. Since he first arrived in 2002 he has lived in all four corners of the United States, from Tennessee to California, from Michigan to West Virginia to New Hampshire.
From 2006 to 2007, after completing his master’s degree on the West Coast at Pepperdine University, he spent an invaluable year at the Russell Kirk Center in Michigan. From 2008 to 2010 he and his wife Sara lived in lovely Scotland where he began pursuing his doctorate with the University of St Andrews in intellectual history on the Catholic phenomenologist Dietrich von Hildebrand (1889-1977). At Thomas More College, Mr. Kitzinger mainly teaches humanities and moral and political philosophy.
Mr. Kitzinger, his wife Sara and sons Josef and Phillip reside in Nashua, NH.