Today’s blog is brought to you via the 4th century AD and the year 2000, when I was an undergrad doing a module on Christian Conversion in the 4th Centry AD as part of my degree in Ancient History and Social Anthropology at UCL. The focus of the course was Aurelius Augustine, author of the ‘Confessions’ – a so-called Western literary masterpiece.
As a frequent reader of @learningspy ‘s blog I’ve often noted David’s Augustine quotes and even remembered (wrongly) that he had suggested including consideration of Augustine in a secondary literature curriculum. He didn’t suggest that, but did…
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