Today we welcome Professor R. Bruce Hitchner of the Department of History at the University of Dayton and a Research Associate with our Center for International Programs. An archaeological historian of Late Roman Antiquity with on site studies of North Africa and Gaul to his credit, Dr. Hitchner proposed and then was funded by the College of Arts and Sciences for a limited archaeological site survey of Theopolis in the Spring of 1993 alongside his other funded research efforts last summer.


Issue contains the subject matter of the 1994 Philosophy Colloquium, which had the theme "Augustine on Human Goodness: Metaphysics, Ethics and Politics." It was held April 7-9, 1994.



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