Teaching Augustine & Augustinian Contexts

During the 2006-2007 academic year, thanks to a generous grant from VITAL, the VCLE hosted a series of five (5) faculty development workshops geared toward (re-)introducing materials and techniques helpful for teaching Augustine and his thought in ACS-1000 (ACS: Traditions in Conversations) as well as integrating central Augustinian Themes into ACS-1001 (ACS: Modernity and Its Discontents).

Workshop #1: Teaching and Researching Augustine’s Works
Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Yates, Ennis Fellow in the Humanities

* Top10bibliography.pdf
Download a brief but annotated Bibliography of works helpful for teaching Augustine, his biography and his thought.

Workshop #2: Augustine and Anthropology
Presenters: Fr. Thomas Martin, Dept. of Theology, and Dr. David Schindler, Dept. of Humanities

Workshop #3: Augustine and Philosophy
Presenters: Dr. James Wetzel, Augustinian Chair in Philosophy, and Dr. Mark Shiffman, Dept. of Humanities

Workshop #4: Augustine and Society
Presenters: Dr. Kevin Hughes, Dept. of Theology, and Dr. Thomas Smith, Dept. of Humanities

Workshop #5: Augustine and Literature
Presenters: Dr. Jonathan Yates, Ennis Fellow in the Humanities and Dr. Marylu Hill, Assistant Director, VCLE