Newsletter 2019

Dear readers and friends of the Revue,

Included are a few points of interest to which we would like to draw your attention going into 2019.

1) The table of contents for the latest issue of the RHE (vol. 113/3-4, 2018) is now available online at target2 .

2) The Louvain Dictionary of Church History / Dictionnaire d’Histoire et de Géographie Ecclésiastiques published its fascicle 189b-190 with Brepols Publishers. Notable contributions are on the Belgian Dominican Gerardus Axters, Bede the Venerable, the Carmelite Dominique de Saint Joseph, the Spanish Dominican García de Loaysa y Mendoza, Joseph Gillain aka Jijé, Mother Marie-Thérèse Haze, Captain Myles W. Keogh, the White Father Léon Livinhac, Alfred Loisy, Petrus Lombardus, Bernard Lonergan, Filippo Longo, the cardinal-archbishop Francisco Lorenzana y Butrón, Abbot Alfred Lortie, the Oratorian Nicolas Malebranche, the Augustinian Pedro Manrique de Zúñiga, Paulinus Nolanus, Sulpicius Severus, Judeo-Hellenistic apologetics, Christian comic books, the Abbey of Bobbio, the Council of Constance, the prelature, the therapeutae. To order, please click on target2 .
Fascicle 191 will be published within two months. Some articles to look forward to are on Mgr Antoine Cazaux, the Franciscan Bartolomeo da Colle, the Sacred Heart Confraternities, the Recollect astronomer Léonard Duliris, the Irish priests Michael Griffin and Michael O’Flanagan, the American dioceses of Lincoln and Little Rock, the constitutional bishop Robert-Thomas Lindet, the English Jesuits Francis Line and Thomas Lister, the Hungarian archbishop György Lippay, St Liqānos, the Peruvian archbishop Emilio Lissón Chávez, the Spanish author Alberto Lista, Mgr Gabriel de Llobet, the monarchs Louis I the Pious, Louis II the German and Louis VI the Fat, the Austrian Jesuit Ferdinand Maass, the Spanish Jesuit Juan Maldonado, Louis Massignon, Jules Monchanin, the canonist Willy Onclin, the Sainte-Chapelle of Chambéry, the Carmelite Thomas de Jésus, the Belgian Premonstratensian Antoon Van Clé...

3) A new book (Volume 103) was added to our book series Bibliothèque de la RHE in 2018; it closes the remarkable series of books by Philippe Lenain on the literary history of the Benedictines of Saint-Maur, t. 5 : Abbayes – Index Nominum. To order: target2 . 
The next publication in this series (vol. 104) is also on the shelves since a few months: St.-M. Morgain (ed.), En 500 après Martin Luther. Réception et conflits d’interprétation (1517-2017) (298 pp). This book contains the proceedings of a conference held in Toulouse on 17-19 Oct. 2017. For more details, see: target2 .

The next volume in this series will be titled Nouveaux regards sur l'avouerie. Actes du colloque de Namur (4-5 février 2016) (organised by Nicolas Ruffini-Ronzani).

4) The Index religiosus, the bibliography for academic works on theology, religious sciences, and Church history, now offers 771.348 entries (630,185 books and articles, along with 141,163 book reviews and 148,691 links to full-text). To consult this search tool, or for information on membership, see: brepolis target.

5) New on our website (top right corner) are the ‘Links’ to some 70 free and useful sites on Church history. This page is regularly updated – feel free to contact us if you know of other interesting sites. See target2 .

6) Finally, you are once more kindly invited to send us any information on upcoming conferences, or to help develop our Chronicle of the History of Christianity (conference reviews, PhD defences, etc.) published on the website of the Revue: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We hope that you will welcome these developments, and we send our best wishes for the upcoming year to all our readers and friends of the Revue on behalf of the entire editorial team.

Mathijs Lamberigts
Paul Bertrand
Dries Vanysacker

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