May 4 and 5
2018, University of Houston
Samu Niskanen, University of Helsinki
“Publishing in the Aftermath of the Berengar Controversy: Anselm’s Monologion and Proslogion” Anselm’s account of how he published the Monologion and Proslogion emphasizes the role of Archbishop Hugh of Lyon, papal legate. This presentation argues that he did so in order to obtain the protection of an apostolic mandate against potential criticism.
Eileen Sweeney, Boston College
“Anselm as Teacher: Reasoning about Affection”
Reflections on the form and content of Anselm’s trilogy of dialogues on the will and its affections that will also consider the role of reason and its function in conversation.
We invite Anselm scholars to submit abstracts for papers on any aspect of St. Anselm: his theology, correspondence, monasticism, career, teaching, prayers, governance of Bec and/or Canterbury, friendships, friends and associates, or legacy for presentation to the Conference in shorter papers. Proposals for twenty-minute papers for the Conference of about 250 words may be sent by February 1, 2018, to Sally N. Vaughn, email@example.com
The Conference is jointly sponsored by the International Association for Anselm Studies, the University of Houston and the University of St. Thomas, Houston