Reading Anselm: Context and Criticism

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Friday, 30 March 2012

Coming soon

... Saint Anselm of Canterbury and His Legacy, edited by Giles Gasper and Ian Logan.

Born out of the 2009 Canterbury conference, this volume, published jointly by the Pontifical Institute for Medieval Studies, Toronto, and the Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Durham University, will be out shortly. It's taken longer than a Hollywood blockbuster to produce, but it will have been worth the wait.

Friday, 2 March 2012

Recent Publications - March 2012


James McSherry, 'Anselm: In the Steps of the Fathers' in Outreach and Renewal A First-Millennium Legacy for the Third-Millennium Church, Cistercian Studies Series 236, 2011, pp.203-212.


C.M. Kaufmann, 'New Images for Anselm's Table Talk: an Illustrated manuscript of the Liber De Similitudinibus' in Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 74 (2011) 87-120.