David Kessler

David Kessler is Executive Administrator at the Center for Millennial Studies at Boston University, an organizer of events and projects for the Center and has taught a course for The Cambridge Center for Adult Education entitled, "Making Sense of the Millennium."

He is a regular contributor to Millennial Stew (the CMS newsletter), and has taught, presented and written on Nabatean history, Lewis Carroll, Calligraphy, Tai Chi, and Millennialism. As Media Liaison for the CMS, he has appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines, as well as radio, television, internet, documentaries, and cable shows. He has organized several events for the Center, from 1-evening symposia to week-long international conferences, and also serves as a researcher, writer, editor, and grant writer for the Center.

Mr. Kessler studied Philosophy and Medieval thought and history at Boston University (B.A. cum laude). Outside of academia, he has worked extensively in professional and collegiate theatre as a stage manager, producer, and props master, including several years as the stage manager of King Richard's Renaissance Faire in Carver, MA.

Other pursuits, interests, and some links:

Calligraphy and illumination - (most of the artwork on my site is my own)
Information on Lewis Carroll
Juggling - I am an amateur, go visit the site of some professional jugglers
Chinese Wushu Research Institute (Boston)
The Petra National Trust (Amman, Jordan)
First Night  International (Boston)
Ravenswood Morris (Illinios)
The Onion
Photo Gallery

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