Jeremy Beer

Jeremy Beer


Jeremy Beer has more than ten years' experience working as an executive, manager, and editor in the publishing and nonprofit fields. He is a former vice president at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, where he served as the executive in charge of the publications and information systems divisions, and served as editor in chief of the institute's award-winning press, ISI Books. Under his leadership, ISI Books grew from a start-up boutique press publishing six books per year to a substantial trade press publishing twenty-five books per year, including a New York Times best-seller.

Jeremy has published dozens of essays and articles on literary, social, and cultural issues in various academic and popular journals, including Perspectives on Political Science, First Things, Touchstone, the American Conservative, and the Utne Reader. He was the project director or editor in chief for four editions of a critically acclaimed essay-style college guide, Choosing the Right College, and the coeditor of American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia. He has lectured on topics related to culture, modernity, and religion at Georgetown University, Calvin College, national meetings of the American Political Science Association, and elsewhere.

Jeremy holds a doctorate in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, where he held a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. He is a member of the Mars Hill Audio and Front Porch Republic boards. He and his wife, Kara, live in central Phoenix, Arizona.


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