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Archive for May, 2012
“THE MAKING OF THOMAS AQUINAS’ SUMMA THEOLOGIAE,” by Bernard McGinn Wednesday, May 23, 4:30pm Swift Hall, Third Floor Lecture Hall The Summa Theologiae of Thomas Aquinas stands among the finest expressions of the Catholic “understanding of faith” (intellectus fidei). Over a thousand commentaries have been written on it. A leading historian of Medieval Christian thought, Bernard [...]
Please join us for our next workshop Friday, May 18, from 12-1:30 in Wieboldt 207. Dan Yingst, PhD student in the History of Christianity, will discuss his paper, “Evolve Involucra: Honorius’s Exegesis of Mary and the Song of Songs.” The paper is posted below, under password protection. Please email Jessica Andruss (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request the password. Martin Schwarz, [...]
Every year numerous students and faculty drive to the Medieval Congress (May 10-13). This year, the panel on Christian Hebraism which the workshop is sponsoring (featuring two U of C students) is a particularly good reason to go! Please find below details of those who are driving to Kalamazoo, MI and have graciously agreed to [...]