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Sandy Krolick graduated with a B.A. in the History of Culture from Hobart College in the Finger Lakes Region of New York, a Master's degree from the University of Chicago's Committee on General Studies in Humanities, and a Doctorate in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
After a ten-year career in academia, including appointments at the University of Virginia, the University of Denver-Daniels College of Business, and the Colorado School of Mines, he spent the next twenty years in the partnership and executive ranks of several of America's largest domestic and international firms, including Ernst & Young LLP, General Electric, and Computer Sciences Corporation.
Sandy has spent many years traveling around the world, including parts of Asia, Africa, Europe, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine, and of course North America. Retiring from business at the age of fifty, he lives part of the year in the central Siberian Steppe, at the foot of the Altai Mountains in Barnaul, Russia, and part of the year in the Finger Lakes region of New York.
His published works include VERONIKA: The Siberian's Tale (novel) (2011), Apocalypse of the Barbarians: Inquisitions on Empire (2010), The Recovery of Ecstasy: Notebooks from Siberia (2009), Recollective Resolve: A Phenomenological Understanding of Time and Myth (Mercer University Press, 1987), Ethical Decisionmaking Styles (Addison Wesley, 1986), Gandhi in the Postmodern Age: Issues in War and Peace (CSM Press, 1984). His latest work, VERONIKA, has just been translated into Russian, Вероника:Сибирская Сказка, and is now available in the following cities in Russia: Barnaul, Novosibirsk, and Moscow. Shortly available on Amazon.