Metress, Christopher (editor)
In October 2018, Samford University hosted Teaching Dante, a conference designed to help non-specialists teach the work of the Florentine poet more effectively in undergraduate core and general education courses. This volume of essays on the Divine Comedy includes a keynote address by Albert Russell Ascoli (UC-Berkeley), as well as a selection of top papers from the conference
KeywordsDante; Richard Rorty; ethics; philosophy; interdisciplinary; pedagogy; Dante Alighieri; The Divine Comedy; Homer; The Odyssey; Ulysses; core curriculum; noumena; symbolism; higher education; core and general education curricula; literary studies; interdisciplinarity; great books programs; teaching; virtue; formation; understanding; prayer; hope; friendship; Christian Humanism; The Christian Intellectual Tradition; Literature Pedagogy; Milton; Spenser; Purgatorio; love; education; Virgil; Augustine; Confessions; Commedia; Inferno; Paradiso; theology and poetry; medieval astrology; Beatrice; Gospel of Luke; Emmaus; figura; Christ; Eric Auerbach; history of theology; medieval theology; Divine Comedy; undergraduate seminar; great books; caritas; Catholicism; theology; poetry; the liberal arts; Great Books programs
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
Religion & beliefs