Terence Parsons has published Articulating Medieval Logic with OUP: http://global.oup.com/academic/product/articulating-medieval-logic-9780199688845?cc=us&lang=en& I've been looking forward to something like this from him since I heard him defend the first-order completeness of medieval logic at the APA several years ago. I can't wait to read it.
In 1926 Étienne Gilson and Gabriel Théry, OP, founded the Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge, a journal dedicated to the academic study of medieval thought. You can now access (for free) the complete text of the first 14 volumes (1926-1945) online at Gallica (a digital text archive of the Bibliothèque National de France). Although the plan, I think, was to publish a volume per year, this did not always happen. So, for instance, there is only one volume for 1935-1936.
Here is the table of contents for the first volume of 1926:
Ét. Gilson .... Pourquoi saint Thomas a critiqué saint Augustin .... 5
E. Longpré .... Thomas d'York et Matthieu d'Aquasparta .... 129
G. Théry .... Edition critique des pièces relatives au procès d'Eckhart contenues dans le manuscrit 33 b de la bibliothèque de Soest .... 269
M. D. Roland-Gosselin .... Sur la rédaction par Albert le Grand de sa dispute contre Averroès De Unitate intellectus et Summa theologiae, II, Tr. XIII, Q. 77, m. 3 .... 309
You can find a convenient list of the tables of contents for all the volumes (except 1929) here. I could be wrong but I believe that Gilson's article in the first volume ("Pourquoi saint Thomas a critiqué saint Augustin") is where he first uses the genial term "l'augustinisme avicennisant," i.e., "Avicennizing Augustinianism." On this same theme there is also in the 1929 volume his article "Les sources gréco-arabes del'Augustinisme avicennisant."
The SMART meetings at the ACPA have been scheduled:
SOCIETY FOR MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE THOMISM (S.M.A.R.T.)
2014 Annual ACPA Meeting
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001
Friday Morning, 10 October 2014: 10am to 12 noon
Society for Medieval and Renaissance Thomism I Congressional C
Organizer & Chair: Thomas M. Osborne, Center for Thomistic Studies, University of St. Thomas (TX)
Speaker: Br. Raymund Snyder, O.P., Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception (Washington, DC)
“Article or Preamble? A Reconsideration of Cardinal Cajetan's Later Comments on the
Rational Demonstrability of the Immortal Soul”
Speaker: Charles Douglas Robertson, Center for Thomistic Studies, University of St. Thomas (TX)
"John Capreolus on the Formal Object of Metaphysics"
Sunday Morning, 12 October 2014 9am to 11am
Society for Medieval and Renaissance Thomism II Olympic
Chair: R. J. Matava, Christendom College.
Speaker: Br. Innocent Smith, OP, Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception (Washington, DC)
“Doctrinal Preaching and the Summa Theologiae”
Speaker: Domenic D'Ettore, Marian University
“Not a little confusing?: Sylvester of Ferrara’s Hybrid doctrine of Analogy.”
The preliminary conference schedule is now online for the 2014 annual meeting of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. The conference will meet in Washington, D.C., hosted by The Catholic University of America, with the theme “Dispositions, Habits, and Virtues”. Registration information is here. Plenary speakers are Susan Haack, Timothy B. Noone, Daniel Dahlstrom, Marilyn McCord Adams, and the Aquinas Medalist is John Rist. For the second year, the conference has expanded its offerings, and there many satellite sessions on a variety of topics.