Br. Gregory Wright, FSC, Ph.D.

        Part Time Professorial Lecturer


Specialized in French and European History from 1648 to 1789

Research Interests

The Life, Work, and Writings of St. John Baptist De La Salle (1651-1719),
Western History Studies
La Sallian Studies

Academic Info:

Bachelor of Arts Major in Social Science, Minor in English
St. Michael's College (now College of Santa Fe) (1952)

Master of Arts in European History
University of New Mexico

Ph.D. in European History
University of New Mexico

Post Doctoral Studies in Higher Education and Social Studies Education
University of Minnesota, 1966-1967

Awards and Recognitions

Elected to Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society (1961)
Elected Phi Alpha Theata Honor Society for History (1964)
Several times cited in Who's Who in Social Studies Education between 1968 and 1976.


Conflict Management and Resolution- Some United States Experiences c.1898 [24-V-02]

The Philippine-American War, 1898-1902 [29-X-02]

Some Aspects of Spanish Rule in the Philippines and their Effects on a "Meeting of Civilizations" [31-I-97]

United States "Foreign Entanglements," 1775-1941 [6-V-03]

"White Man's Burden, Black Man's Burden", the Role of Black Americans in the Building of the Post-1898 United States Overseas Empire [5-I-96]

John Baptist de La Salle - a Seventeenth Century Educational Innovator, DLSU Press, 1996.

Eighteen Modules to Accompany De La Salle: A City Saint and the Liberation of the Poor through Education (written by Alfred Calcutt, FSC)
Published by the Philippine District of the De La Salle Brothers (1998)