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Founding editors: Grover A. Zinn, Michael A. Signer (ob.) / Editors: Frans van Liere, Lesley Smith, E. Ann Matter, Thomas E. Burman, Robert A. Harris and Walid Saleh
Commentaria is a series dedicated to outstanding monographs or edited volumes of essays (topical or from conferences) that address subjects within the general area of the interpretation (exegesis) of the sacred texts of three major religious traditions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Managing Editor: Thomas Haye
Founded by Karl Langosch in 1965, Mittellateinische Studien und Texte has grown to be one of the main forums for the publication of editions, studies and collections of articles on Latin philology of the Middle Ages. Most senior scholars in the field have published in the series, in which 2-3 ...
Edited by Thomas J. Heffernan and Thomas E. Burman
This book is a study of the multiplicity of ways the Bible was used by different groups during the Middle Ages. They explore different aspects of Christian Biblical Study in the face of the challenges of religious pluralism in the medieval and early-modern periods.
This book sheds light on the 13th/14th-century debate about whether beatitude is a reflexive act. It reconstructs this discussion on the basis of the original sources. Furthermore it investigates into hermeneutical matters of medieval text interpretation.
Edited by Stephen F. Brown, Thomas Dewender, & Theo Kobusch
Focusing on Meister Eckhart, John Duns Scotus, Hervaeus Natalis, Durandus of St.-Pourçain, Walter Burley and Petrus Aureoli, this volume investigates the nature of philosophical and theological issues and arguments at the University of Paris in the early fourteenth century.
The brilliant career of the jurist Lodovico Pontano provides an insight into career strategies of a man of learning in different fields and contributes to the story of Italian universities, the curia and the Council of Basel. A first edition of his treatises offers new material for research into ...
Thomas Sullivan, O.S.B.
The second volume of a two-volume biographical register of Parisian theologians licensed in theology between 1373 and 1500, this book presents biographical notices of 460 members of the secular clergy who received the licentiate at that time.
The didactic poem, a central genre of Latin literature, flourished in the Middle Ages as a tool in teaching and became a model for Western European vernacular literature. This first proper survey of its medieval development notes and evaluates many unpublished poems and discusses methodological ...
Edited by Thomas A. Brady, Jr., Katherine G. Brady, Susan Karant-Nunn and James D. Tracy
Nine leading scholars in the fields of the theology of the Reformers, the Reformation itself, and the scholastic theology of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries offer papers as a tribute to the work of Heiko Augustinus Oberman on the philosophical and theological issues of the late medieval ...
Thomas Sullivan, O.S.B.
A biographical register of all the 583 members of religious orders licensed in theology at the University of Paris in the late Middle Ages, this volume provides insight into the interplay between university studies and religious life during that period
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