Session Title

Studies on Isaac of Stella

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Center for Cistercian and Monastic Studies, Western Michigan Univ.; Cistercian Publications, Liturgical Press; Sources Chrétiennes

Organizer Name

Elias Dietz OCSO

Organizer Affiliation

Abbey of Gethsemani

Presider Name

Bernard McGinn

Presider Affiliation

Univ. of Chicago

Paper Title 1

Biblical Uses in Isaac of Stella's works

Presenter 1 Name

Laurence Mellerin

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

Paper Title 2

Decoding the Concept of Inner Man in the Thought of Isaac of Stella

Presenter 2 Name

Wolfgang Buchmüller

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Hochschule Heiligenkreuz

Paper Title 3

The Afterlife of Issac of Stella's Writings

Presenter 3 Name

Elias Dietz OCSO

Start Date

9-5-2020 10:00 AM

Session Location

Fetzer 1040

Description

It is time to take stock of the extraordinary amount of progress in Isaac studies over the last ten years. A new German translation of Isaac’s works was completed in 2012. As of fall 2019 (Cistercian Fathers 66), all of Isaac will be available in English. Sources Chrétiennes is preparing a volume of Isaac’s letters, thus completing the critical editions and French translations of his works in that series. Meanwhile, a major book (Buchmüller, 2016) and dozens of articles have been published. The emphasis is on Isaac’s sources, the twelfth-century context of his writings, the manuscript tradition, and the longer history of the transmission of his texts. Elias Dietz

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May 9th, 10:00 AM

Studies on Isaac of Stella

Fetzer 1040

It is time to take stock of the extraordinary amount of progress in Isaac studies over the last ten years. A new German translation of Isaac’s works was completed in 2012. As of fall 2019 (Cistercian Fathers 66), all of Isaac will be available in English. Sources Chrétiennes is preparing a volume of Isaac’s letters, thus completing the critical editions and French translations of his works in that series. Meanwhile, a major book (Buchmüller, 2016) and dozens of articles have been published. The emphasis is on Isaac’s sources, the twelfth-century context of his writings, the manuscript tradition, and the longer history of the transmission of his texts. Elias Dietz