Western Michigan University has a longstanding interest in medieval monasticism, as epitomized by its Center for Cistercian and Monastic Studies.
This series follows the Center’s interest in monastic movements amid broader religious traditions. It explores the everyday life of monastic individuals and the collective experience of religious communities, and it focuses on the nature of asceticism and monasticism rather than monastic institutions, patronage or property. The series is a home for research on Eastern Christian communities and also welcomes submissions exploring non-Christian traditions during the period 500–1500 CE.
Proposals or completed manuscripts to be considered for publication by Medieval Institute Publications should be sent to Tyler Cloherty, acquisitions editor for the series.
The editorial board is in development. In the interim all proposals and submitted manuscripts are evaluated by experts invited by the press.
Edited by Susan M. B. Steuer and E. Rozanne Elder
This catalogue describes an American manuscript collection brought to the USA during the first part of the twentieth century. Owned by the Trappist abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani in Kentucky (the house of Thomas Merton) the eclectic collection includes medieval manuscripts as well as materials of interest for the study of the French Revolution.
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