In this episode, Erik Rostad discusses book 38 from his 2022 Reading List – The Mind of the Maker by Dorothy Sayers. Show Notes Author: Dorothy Sayers Reading Resources Books of Titans Website The post The Mind of the Maker by Dorothy Sayers appeared first on Books of Titans.
A Word in Edgewise 6/13/22: Of Bridget Bishop, Dorothy Sayers, & the Strawberry Moon . . .
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Choosing Community: Action, Faith, and Joy in the Works of Dorothy Sayers with Christine Colon - AJ 60
The Alabaster Jar
Few writers in the twentieth century were as creative and productive as Dorothy L. Sayers, the English playwright, novelist, and poet. Her justly renowned works include detective fiction featuring Lord Peter Wimsey, theological reflections, literary criticism, and her translation of Dante's Divine Comedy. Among the prominent themes of her work was the need for and challenges of developing community. Sayers, who was herself an active member of various writing groups throughout her lifetime, offers her readers visions of both fractured and harmonious communities. Christine Colon and Lynn Cohick explore the interesting life and work of Dorthy L. Sayers. Learn more about Christine Colon's work at https://www.ivpress.com/choosing-community
The Trivium According to Dorothy Sayers | Episode XX
The Lost Tools of Learning, a 1947 lecture delivered at Oxford by Dorothy Sayers, was largely ignored at the time and in England until decades later in the United States, when it became a foundation text of the Classical Christian Education movement. Despite being the lecture that launched 1,000 classical schools, Dorothy Sayers appears to undermine the classical tradition and repeatedly side with educational progressives. Jonathan and Ryan dig into the lecture, its impact on the CCE movement, and some pedagogical alternatives.Richard M. Gamble’s The Great Tradition: https://bookshop.org/a/25626/9781935191568Dorothy Sayers’s Lost Tools of Learning: https://www.pccs.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/LostToolsOfLearning-DorothySayers.pdfDorothy Sayers’s translation of Dante’s Inferno: https://amzn.to/36yr31CJonathan Roberts’s Classical Schools Are Not Really Classical: https://ancientlanguage.com/classical-schools-not-classical/C. Stephen Jaeger’s The Envy of Angels: https://bookshop.org/a/25626/9780812217452J.R.R. Tolkien’s “On Fairy-Stories”: https://coolcalvary.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/on-fairy-stories1.pdfC.S. Lewis’s The Abolition of Man: https://bookshop.org/a/25626/9780060652944New Humanists is brought to you by the Ancient Language Institute: https://ancientlanguage.com/Links may have referral codes, which earn us a commission at no additional cost to you. We encourage you, when possible, to use Bookshop.org for your book purchases, an online bookstore which supports local bookstores.Music: Save Us Now by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
"Das Spiegelbild" - Murder Mystery von Dorothy Sayers
Krimi-Klassiker · Der berühmte Detektiv Lord Peter Wimsey trifft auf den merkwürdigen Robert Duckworthy, der unter zeitweiligem Gedächtnisschwund leidet und in der ständigen Angst lebt, die Kontrolle zu verlieren. Als eine Frau ermordet wird, gerät er in Panik. Ist er der Mörder?// Mit Jürgen Jung, Rüdiger Bahr, Udo Wachtveitl u.a. / Aus dem Englischen von Peter Naujack / Bearbeitung und Regie: Edmund Steinberger / BR 1974 // Mehr Hörspiele unter www.hörspielpool.de Lust auf mehr Krimis? Dann hören Sie die besten Fälle des schlagfertigen Pariser Kommissars Maigret: Kühl kalkulierte Morde, spurlos Verschwundene und Verbrechen aus Leidenschaft. Sechs außergewöhnliche Kriminalfälle von Georges Simenon als Kult-Krimi-Hörspielreihe aus den 60er Jahren. https://www.ardaudiothek.de/sendung/maigret-krimihoerspiele-nach-georges-simenon/87051016/
This is an audio reading of the brilliant essay "Why Work?" by Dorothy Sayers. This has been such a meaningful essay to me and my own understanding of work and our relationship with it. The essay was written during the 2nd world war and offers such a powerful challenge to the concept of work in light of the changes made in our country during the war. While this episode is not like the others in that it is a reading of her material rather than an interview format, I think this might be one of the most important of all episodes in terms of an explicit articulation of some of the most basic premises of the show. I hope you find it as powerful and impactful as I have. For those who would like to read the essay, it can be found here: https://tnl.org/wp-content/uploads/Why-Work-Dorothy-Sayers.pdf --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkethic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theworkethic/support
The Thinklings Podcast – Episode 46 – Dr. Dean Taylor & the Thriving Church AND The Lost tools of Learning -Dorothy Sayers
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We were blessed to have Dr. Dean Taylor join us to talk about his book "The Thriving Church" in this episode. That discussion with Dr. Taylor goes for the first 19 minutes. After our discussion with Dr. Taylor, the Thinkling discuss an essay/speech by Dorothy Sayers called "The Lost Tools of Learning." 18:50 - Sayers Discussion