October 19, 2023
The Saint Anselm Journal publishes both historically based articles on Anselm—along with his predecessors, and those he influenced—and systematic articles on topics of interest to him, such as what we can know about God, the reality of human freedom, and the relations between of faith and reason in the dynamic Catholic intellectual tradition of faith seeking understanding. These systematic articles include studies from the whole history of philosophy and theology.
April 5, 2023
Armenian theologians have been reading and responding to developments in Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant theological thought for a long time, now. My hope is that SNTR will provide new insights into longstanding concerns from an understudied Christian tradition outside the “mainstream,” while simultaneously enlarging our sense of what constitutes that mainstream.
November 30, 2022
There are plenty of topics and questions that are appealing, but we’re particularly interested to see work that explores race, gender, emerging sports, individualized sport, global perspectives, and even transnational comparisons.
November 15, 2022
It’s University Press Week, and as the blog train rolls into our station, we want to shine a light on our three new academic journals that will debut in the coming year.
September 27, 2021
The Catholic University of America is pleased to announce that the newest issue of The Jurist, Volume 77 Number 1, is now available in print or digitally on Project MUSE…. READ MORE