SS #89: Dorothy Sayers’ Latin Lament

SS #89: Dorothy Sayers’ Latin Lament

Dorothy Sayers is author of the essay that brought back classical education as a major school movement: “The Lost Tools of Learning.” However, that was not the only essay on education she composed. Today, Mystie Winckler, Brandy Vencel, and special guest Renee Shepard discuss Sayers’ other essay, “Ignorance and Dissatisfaction,” to better understand Sayers’ thoughts…

SS #60: History as a Center Cannot Hold (with Angelina Stanford!)

SS #60: History as a Center Cannot Hold (with Angelina Stanford!)

Our guest today is the lovely and delightfully controversial Angelina Stanford. Angelina has an Honors Baccalaureate Degree and a Master’s Degree in English Literature from the University of Louisiana. For over twenty-five years, she has shared her passion and enthusiasm for literature with students in a variety of settings — everywhere from university classrooms to…

SS #49: The Sisters on Sayers — Not the Podcast You Expected

SS #49: The Sisters on Sayers — Not the Podcast You Expected

Episode Premise: Dorothy Sayers’ essay, Lost Tools of Learning, is a significant source for the reintroduction of classical Christian education in America today; this discussion focuses on the key claims and aims of Dorothy Sayers’ summary. This is the first of two episodes in which the Sisters say things about Dorothy Sayers — specifically, they…