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Some Notes on The Recusant Stimulus Amoris (The Goad of Divine Love, Douai 1642)

The first printed English translation of the pseudo-Bonaventuran Stimulus Amoris is the Recusant translation produced in Douai in Northern France/Flanders in 1642…

Scholarly Resources

A self-registration system has now been added to enable scholars and students to access the project’s electronic resources….

Conference – Wednesday Arrivals

Mapping Late Medieval Lives of Christ conference at Queen’s University Belfast, June 10-13, 2010. Final Programme The final programme is now available and can be viewed here Dinner on Wednesday Night We invite early arrivals to join us for an informal dinner at “Made in Belfast” on Wednesday evening. Dinner is at 6.30 and is [...]

Mapping Lives of Christ – conference registration

Conference registration is now open. Information on accommodation, conference costs and conference location is available…

Mapping Lives of Christ conference – preliminary programme

A preliminary programme for next June’s Mapping Late Medieval Lives of Christ conference is now online. The conference promises to report on cutting-edge research from an international array of experts in the field. The conference features plenary talks by Michael Sargent, Martha Driver, Sarah McNamer, Toshiyuki Takamiya and Vincent Gillespie. Other speakers include Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, [...]

Previewing the Project’s Electronic Resources

Our electronic resources are currently in a beta phase and are in the process of being tested – hopefully! – by the project’s Advisory Board. Open access to the project’s electronic outputs will be launched next year, but in the interim we append a video introduction to give site visitors a sense of what we plan in the first instance.