Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum, Nova series 2 (2017)

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Just before Christmas 2017, the Historical Institute published the latest volume of the journal Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum, Nova Series 2 (2017) as a Christmas present to the Order and to all who are interested in its rich history. It contains ten interesting articles, written by researchers – historians and theologians – from seven countries, which take a minute examination of the various topics of the Order`s history from the 13th to the 20th century:

Simon Tugwell OP (Oxford):  Soundings in Exeter College Ms 15 and the Evolution of Vincent of Beauvais’s Speculum naturale

Elias Füllenbach OP (Düsseldorf): Hunting Dogs? Dominican Mission to the Jews in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries

Jörg Oberste (Regensburg): Omnibus fuit ipse dilectus. Das Bild des Heiligen Dominikus und das Ketzerproblem in der Frühen Geschichte des Dominikanerordens

Sonja Reisner (Wien): Die Bedeutung von Klosterbibliotheken als Überlieferungsträger Frühneuzeitlicher Privatbibliotheken. Ein Beispiel aus der Bibliothek des Wiener Dominikanerkonvents

Giuseppe Gardoni (Volta Mantovana): Per l’epistolario di Osanna Andreasi: un’inedita lettera di fine Quattrocento

Rafael Ramis-Barceló – Pedro Ramis-Serra (Palma de Mallorca): Los rectores del Colegio de Santo Domingo y San Jorge de Tortosa (1534-1803)

Albert Cassaynes-Roig – Rafael Ramis-Barceló (Palma de Mallorca): Los grados en teología tomista en la Universidad Luliana y Literaria de Mallorca (1692-1820)

Augustin Laffay OP (Toulouse): Des dominicains français en Amérique de Sud (1850-1914) : Missions en Amérique hispanique et fondation brésilienne

Darren Dias OP (Toronto): Sanctifying Liberalism: The Canadian Dominican Province 1873-1960

Michael Attridge (Toronto): Growth of the Order of Preachers in North America in the Nineteenth Century: The First Dominican Friars in Canada.

Since 2017, the journal has been registered in the research database EBSCO.

The volume can be ordered at editorial@pust.it (Angelicum University Press). It costs EUR 45 in Italy, and EUR 55 outside Italy. The Dominican provinces, priories and institutions can avail for a 20% discount.

The volume AFP NS 3 (2018) will have monographic character on the topic Dominicans and Civil Authority.

fr. Viliam Stefan Dóci OP, Historical Institute of the Order

 

(28 December 2017)