About the IBS

The International Boethius Society is a non-profit organization promoting scholarship on all aspects of the work, influence, and age of Boethius. The Society's headquarters is at Troy University (Troy, Alabama); Carmina Philosophiae is produced at Lubbock Christian University (Lubbock, Texas) and Troy University; and the IBS Newsletter is edited at Lubbock Christian University.

Our Mission:
  • To promote interest in Boethius and to advance Boethius studies
  • To make accessible to all members, by means of publications approved by the Society, information of common interest, especially concerning the teaching of and research in Boethius
  • To hold annual international meetings and other gatherings for the purpose of exchanging techniques and ideas pertinent to the proper study of Boethius and his times
  • To promote and publish research and texts on Boethius and related fields
  • To promote the teaching of Boethius and related areas at all appropriate levels of education
  • To operate and maintain the Society exclusively for educational purposes.

Our Officers:
Paul E. Szarmach, Western Michigan University, Emeritus

Paul Barrette, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Glynnis M. Cropp, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
John Magee, University of Toronto
Fabio Troncarelli, Universit√† della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy
Executive Director & Publisher of Carmina Philosophiae
Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr., Troy University

Philip Edward Phillips, Middle Tennessee State University

Editors, Carmina Philosophiae
Kenneth C. Hawley, Lubbock Christian University
Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr., Troy University

Editor, Boethius Blog
Kenneth C. Hawley, Lubbock Christian University 
Our Conference Liaisons:
International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo) Liaison
Philip Edward Phillips, Middle Tennessee State University

Modern Language Association (MLA) Liaison
Leslie A. Taylor, Independent Scholar

Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies (SMRS) Liaison
Anthony G. Cirilla, Niagara University