Jon directs the Arts and Human­i­ties Col­lab­o­ra­tive at Alber­tus Mag­nus Col­lege, a Catholic lib­er­al arts col­lege in New Haven, CT. He also teach­es in the Depart­ment of Phi­los­o­phy and Reli­gion and serves as a Co-Direc­tor of the Col­lege’s Hon­ors Pro­gram (fac­ul­ty page). In the sum­mers, he teach­es in the Summer@Brown Pre-Col­lege Pro­gram at Brown Uni­ver­si­ty. He is a mem­ber of the Advi­so­ry Board for Zeal: A Jour­nal for the Lib­er­al Arts.

His research focus­es on the his­to­ry of reli­gions, the Catholic intel­lec­tu­al tra­di­tion, and per­son­al­ism. He has recent­ly pub­lished on Jacques Maritain’s phi­los­o­phy of edu­ca­tion, and he has writ­ten on the work of Charles Tay­lor, Richard Rorty, Carl Schmitt, Hans Blu­men­berg, and Emmanuel Mounier. Cur­rent­ly he is work­ing to cre­ate videos for his YouTube chan­nel, Labyrinths. He is also devel­op­ing the Arts and Human­i­ties Col­lab­o­ra­tive’s YouTube chan­nel and hosts a pod­cast for the Col­lab­o­ra­tive, called Studi­um.