Dr. Todd Mack is originally from Orem, UT. He received a BA (2005) and MA (2007) from Brigham Young University, and a PhD in Iberian and Latin American Cultures from Stanford University (2012). He has taught Iberian languages (Spanish and Catalan), literature, history, and culture at Stanford, BYU, Southern Utah University, and Hillsdale College.

He is currently chair of the Spanish department and associate professor of Spanish at Hillsdale College.

His research covers a range of topics including myth criticism, fictional representations of autism, Iberian history and culture, and neuroscience and literature. His current project deals with the Camino de Santiago.

He lives in Jonesville, Michigan with his wife, Betty, and their five children.