Anselm Studies and Texts
Anselm Studies and Texts, published by Brill, focuses on the life and thought of Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109), his later reception and legacy, and contemporary inspiration. Studies of the wider contexts, medieval and modern, for Anselm’s writings and experiences are also encouraged. As one of the most significant thinkers of the Middle Ages, Anselm attracts and commands scholarly attention; his life and thought provides continuing challenge and stimulation within modern philosophical, theological, spiritual and historical discourse.
Anselm Studies and Texts is a wide-ranging, multi-disciplinary series for a vibrant and growing field. Submissions are welcomed from any field of study: including, but not limited to philosophy, history, theology, art-history, literary theory and feminist studies. Studies on Anselm’s thought in a global perspective are also encouraged. The series operates with a variety of formats, from monographs and essay collections to critical editions and translations into English.
The series is run under the aegis of the International Association for Anselm Studies, which has organised regular meetings since 1959, alongside other organisations and individuals.
Managing Editor: Giles E. M. Gasper, University of Durham.
Editorial Board: Marcia Colish Yale University; Jay Diehl, Long Island University; Bernd Goebel, University of Fulda; Ian Logan, University of Oxford; Lauren Mancia, Brooklyn College, CUNY; Eileen Sweeney, Boston College.