There is a nice scan of Santiago Ramirez, O.P.'s article "The Authority of St. Thomas Aquinas" available at the Internet Archive (here). Ramirez's piece appeared in the January issue of The Thomist in 1952. Another scan of it had been online for a while (I can't remember where now) but the one at the Internet Archive is far superior. I don't know how long it has been up there but, judging by the number of downloads (only 11 as of today), I would guess that it has not been up for very long.
Back in February Fr. Bryan Kromholtz, OP posted here at Thomistica on the colloquium that the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley, California will be hosting this July. (Fr. Bryan teaches theology at the DSPT). The colloquium is entitled "What has Athens to do with Jerusalem? Dialogue between Philosophy and Theology in the 21st Century" and will be held July 16-20. Since Fr. Bryan posted about it several months ago I thought it would be a good idea to remind our readers about it.
You can find further information and register for the colloquium here at the DSPT website. Fr. Bartholomew de la Torre, OP informs me that there are new items up on the colloquium page. So, you might want to check it out. From a quick glance, one new thing I noticed on the page are some short videos featuring a few of the friars and a student of the DSPT talking about the relationship between philosophy and theology. I also see that the abstracts for the papers are now up.
The Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome is hosting a conference titled "Recovering Causality: Historical Sources and Systematic Challenges from a Thomistic Perspective" June 24-26. This looks like an excellent conference. The 3-day event is open to the public and participants are asked to contribute a very modest 30 euro donation. You can find a PDF of the conference flyer with a complete schedule and list of speakers here. If you have questions or would like to pre-register, you can contact Bernhard Blankenhorn, OP at firstname.lastname@example.org (copy and paste please).
A few events taking place in June and July may be of interest to our readers.
On June 7 there will be a meeting of the Thomas Aquinas Society of Ireland/Cairde Thomáis Naofa at the Ely University Centre in Dublin. For more information go here.
The Department of Philosophy of Marquette University will be hosting a workshop on al-Fārābī July 11-13. For more information go here.
Eleonore Stump will be giving a lecture entitled "Is Justice Enough? Aquinas on Justice and Care" at Australian Catholic University on July 16. For more information go here.
If you are organizing or aware of an event that you think would be of interest to scholars of Aquinas or mediaeval thought, please feel free to contact us about it. You can email me (email@example.com) or any of our contributors.