Volume 23 (2014)
Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr. and Philip Edward Phillips, Editors
The Medieval Legacy of Boethius on the Continent
A. Joseph McMullen and Erica Weaver, Guest Editors
featuring papers from “Revisiting the Legacy of Boethius in the Middle Ages,” hosted by Harvard University in partnership with the International Boethius Society, March 13-15, 2014.
New Words on Boethius
Series rerum: The Use and Transformation of Boethian Thought in Bernard Silvestris
JASON M. BAXTER
The Fortune of Boethius’s Concept of Eternity in the Scholastic Debate
Boethius at Harvard: Manuscripts and Printed Books from the Houghton Library, 1200–1800
A. JOSEPH MCMULLEN AND ERICA WEAVER
Prison Narratives from Boethius to Zana, Edited by Philip Edward Phillips
KRISTA SUE-LO TWU AND KATIE OWENS-MURPHY
Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy as a Product of Late Antiquity by Antonio Donato
Practicing Literary Theory in the Late Middle Ages: Ethics and the Mixed Form in Chaucer, Gower, Usk, and Hoccleve by Eleanor Johnson
Boethius. The Consolation of Philosophy. With an Introduction and Contemporary Criticism, Translated by Scott Goins and Barbara H. WymanPHILIP EDWARD PHILLIPS
The International Boethius Society publishes an annual, peer-reviewed journal, Carmina Philosophiae, edited by Kenneth C. Hawley and Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr. This interdisciplinary journal is devoted to the study of Boethius, his age, and his influence, and it solicits full-length articles, review essays, and book reviews for upcoming issues.
Submissions to the Journal
Essay topics may include subjects such as Boethius’s place within the classical tradition, the history and politics of the late Roman Empire, the early Byzantine Empire, and the Ostrogothic Kingdom, and the reception and influence of Boethius’s The Consolation of Philosophy and other writings in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Manuscript editions of Boethius’s works are also invited. Those interested in writing review articles or book reviews for the journal should contact the editors for a list of books received. All articles are bibliographically indexed in the MLA Bibliography and the International Medieval Bibliography.
Submit two copies of each essay (20-35 pages in length and conforming to the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed.): one complete and another anonymous. Hard copies are welcome (address below), but e-mailed attachments are preferred. The final revision of an accepted article should be submitted electronically in Word as a .doc file.
Submissions to and inquiries regarding the editorial practices of Carmina Philosophiae should be sent to
Kenneth C. Hawley, Editor
Department of Humanities
Lubbock Christian University
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