Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters
Managing Editor: Andreas Speer
Editors: Tzotcho Boiadjiev, Kent Emery, Jr., Wouter Goris *** [Brill Acquisitions Editor: Julian Deahl]
Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters is a peer-reviewed book series dealing with the intellectual history of the Middle Ages, primarily from the perspective of philosophical and theological questions and the history of their treatment. Its aim is, as founder-editor Josef Koch wrote in the preface to Volume 1, "firstly to further our knowledge of medieval intellectual history by scholarly research and secondly to publish critical editions of important texts".
The series thus has three areas of emphasis:
1. Critical Editions, with doctrinal and text-critical introductions, of the (primarily Latin) works of medieval authors, which are of particular relevance to an understanding of medieval intellectual life and which fall outside the sphere of the major Omnia Opera editions of Albertus Magnus, Thomas Aquinas, Duns Scotus, etc.
2. Studies and Monographs, both on the history of paradigms and questions in particular branches of scholarship and on individual thinkers and traditions, as well as on the form and function of institutions, in as far as they were important to medieval intellectual life.
3. Collaborative volumes with contributions from various authors on specific and unitary themes, which address problems in current research.
Monographs and collaborative volumes contain a short introduction giving the gist of the argument as well as full indices, including indices of Latin technical terms. Text editions contain substantial doctrinal introductions, as well as extensive notes to or commentary on the text and indices or lexica of Latin technical terms. This peer-reviewed book series has as its focus the authors and the Latin and vernacular literatures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (ca. 6th through 16th centuries), including those less common literatures that arose within the European cultural sphere. Volumes include original scholarly monographs, article collections, as well as editions of primary sources, and translations. All methodological approaches—including interdisciplinary ones—are welcome.
•4-6 volumes published per year
•avg 200-400 pp
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