Thomas Aquinas: Teacher and Scholar. The Aquinas Lectures at Maynooth, Volume 2: 2002–2010, Ed. James McEvoy†, Michael Dunne, and Julia Hynes

Scheduled for release next month by Four Courts Press is a new collection of essays on the thought of Aquinas, edited by James McEvoy†, Michael Dunne, and Julia Hynes.  From the publisher’s blurb:
The Annual Maynooth Aquinas Lecture Series began in 1995 and was founded by the late Professor James McEvoy. This second volume arising from the conference series contains papers on a variety of Thomistic topics.
The essays included in the volume cover a wide range of topics on the thought of Thomas Aquinas:
  • Liam Walsh (U Fribourg), Aquinas on the Eucharist
  • William Desmond (U Leuven), Aquinas and the Beatitudes
  • Philipp Rosemann (U Dallas), Peter Lombard, Thomas Aquinas and the nature of the theological project
  • John Boyle (University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN), Aquinas’ Lost Commentary
  • Sarah Borden (Wheaton College), The meaning of being in St Thomas and Edith Stein
  • Eleonore Stump (St Louis U), The problem of suffering
  • Vivian Boland (U Oxford), Does God think?
  • Denys Turner (Yale U), Thomas the teacher
  • Declan Lawell (QUB), Ecstasy and the intellectual Dionysianism of Thomas Aquinas and Albert the Great
  • Julia Hynes (QUB), A defence of virtue theory in the medical ethical arena; 
  • Gavan Kerr (QUB), Ontological commitment and Thomistic realism
  • Appendix: Thomas Kelly, Heidegger on Aquinas and God.
The publisher’s page is here.