Call for papers: Towards a Biblical Thomism (Poland)

The faculty of theology at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland, is organizing an international conference April 20-22, 2015 on the biblical exegesis of Thomas Aquinas, entitled "Towards a biblical Thomism. The biblical exegesis of Thomas Aquinas and its contemporary relevance". The keynote speakers include Timothy Bellamah O.P., Enrique Alarcon, Lluis Clavell and others.

Check out their call for papers here and here (in Polish).

Proposals should be send to Prof. Piotr Roszak (piotrroszak[AT]umk.pl) before January 31, 2015.

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Jörgen Vijgen

DR. JÖRGEN VIJGEN holds academic appointments in Medieval and Thomistic Philosophy at several institutions in the Netherlands. His dissertation, “The status of Eucharistic accidents ‘sine subiecto’: An Historical Trajectory up to Thomas Aquinas and selected reactions,” was written under the direction of Fr. Walter Senner, O.P. at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome, Italy and published in 2013 by Akademie Verlag (now De Gruyter) in Berlin, Germany.

Aquinas's Contra errores graecorum's target: Nicholas of Crotone's Libellus

Thomas Prügl from the Universität Wien (link) writes to us with this question:

Let me use the expertise of Thomistica to ask a question: Some months ago, I read a note about a study that included an English translation of the Liber de fide trinitatis, the famous "Libellus" that Pope Urban asked Saint Thomas to examine and that became the occasion for Aquinas' Contra errores graecorum. Father Dondaine edited the Libellus in vol. 40 of the Leonine Edition, along with Contra errores graecorum. Unfortunately I did not wirte down the author and the title, but does anybody know this study or translation?

Please feel free to offer suggestions in the Comments section below, or write to Dr Prügl here.

PS: I checked Fr. Joseph Kenny's library of texts on this but came up short. Any ideas?