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Augustine the African

Critic of Roman colonialist discourse

Augustine embraced the role of colonist, taking advantage of his Roman education to speak back as an African Christian to the Roman empire (civ. 3,17; 4,4; 4,6;5,17; 19,7; 19,19; doctr. christ. 4,10,24).

Author: Calvin L. Troup
Publisher: 1995
Volume:
25
Pages:
91-106
Language:
English
Periodical:
Rhetoric Society Quarterly
Number:
1-4
Format: Article
Topic: - Biography > Background > Northern Africa > General historical studies > Roman / Christian Africa > Romanization
- Biography > Background > Northern Africa > Augustine and Afrika > Peculiarity: african / numidical Augustin
- Works > Doctrinal works > De doctrina christiana > doc. Chr. 4 > doc. Chr. 4,10,24
- Works > De civitate Dei > civ. Dei III
- Works > De civitate Dei > civ. Dei IV
- Works > De civitate Dei > civ. Dei V
- Works > De civitate Dei > Topics > [Histoire - Rome - Afrique]
- Doctrine > Social Life > [Sociologie. Cité terrestre. Politique] > [Augustin et la Rome antique] > [Empire romain]
- Works > De civitate Dei > civ. Dei XIX > civ. Dei XIX, 7
- Works > De civitate Dei > civ. Dei XIX > civ. Dei XIX, 19
Status: Active