Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition

A series of handbooks and reference works on the intellectual and religious life of Europe, 500-1800

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Christopher M. Bellitto
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Volumes deal with persons, movements, schools and genres in medieval and early modern Christian life, thought and practice. Written by the foremost specialists in the respective fields, they aim to provide full balanced accounts at an advanced level, as well as synthesis of debate and the state of scholarship in eight to fifteen substantial chapters. Volumes are in English. The series' editor-in-chief is Christopher M. Bellitto.
A Companion to Richard FitzRalph
Fourteenth-Century Scholar, Bishop, and Polemicist
Volume 105
Editor(s): Michael W. Dunne and Simon Nolan
978-90-04-30236-5
A Companion to Catholicism and Recusancy in Britain and Ireland
From Reformation to Emancipation
Volume 101
Editor(s): Robert E. Scully SJ
978-90-04-33598-1
A Companion to the Reformation in Scotland, c.1525–1638
Frameworks of Change and Development
Volume 100
Editor(s): Ian Hazlett
978-90-04-33595-0
A Companion to Byzantine Iconoclasm
Volume 99
Editor(s): Mike Humphreys
978-90-04-46200-7
A Companion to the English Dominican Province  
From Its Beginnings to the Reformation 
Volume 97
978-90-04-44622-9
A Companion to the Reformation in Geneva
Volume 96
Editor(s): Jon Balserak
978-90-04-40439-7
A Companion to Boniface
Volume 92
Editor(s): Michel Aaij and Shannon Godlove
978-90-04-42513-2
A Companion to the Hussites
Volume 90
978-90-04-41404-4
A Companion to Birgitta of Sweden
and Her Legacy in the Later Middle Ages
Volume 89
Editor(s): Maria H. Oen
978-90-04-39987-7
A Companion to Twelfth-Century Schools
Volume 88
Editor(s): Cédric Giraud
978-90-04-41013-8
A Companion to Isidore of Seville
Volume 87
Editor(s): Andrew Fear and Jamie Wood
978-90-04-41545-4
A Companion to John Scottus Eriugena
Volume 86
Editor(s): Adrian Guiu
978-90-04-39907-5
A Companion to Heresy Inquisitions
Volume 85
978-90-04-39387-5
A Companion to William of Saint-Thierry
Volume 84
Editor(s): F. Tyler Sergent
978-90-04-39250-2
A Companion to James of Viterbo
Volume 81
978-90-04-36188-1
A Companion to Jesuit Mysticism
Volume 78
978-90-04-34075-6
A Companion to Joachim of Fiore
Volume 75
978-90-04-33966-8
A Companion to Job in the Middle Ages
Volume 73
978-90-04-32964-5
A Companion to Giles of Rome
Volume 71
978-90-04-31539-6
A Companion to the Medieval Papacy
Growth of an Ideology and Institution
Volume 70
Editor(s): Atria Larson and Keith Sisson
978-90-04-31528-0
A Companion to Medieval Christian Humanism
Essays on Principal Thinkers
Volume 69
978-90-04-31353-8
A Companion to Colette of Corbie
Volume 66
978-90-04-30984-5
A Companion to the Responses to Ockham
Volume 65
978-90-04-30983-8
A Companion to the Premodern Apocalypse
Volume 64
Editor(s): Michael A. Ryan
978-90-04-30766-7
A Companion to Gregory of Tours
Volume 63
Editor(s): Alexander C. Murray
978-90-04-30700-1
A Companion to Alfred the Great
Volume 58
978-90-04-28376-3
A Companion to John of Salisbury
Volume 57
978-90-04-28294-0
Edited by Christopher M. Bellitto, Kean University (website)
Non-specialist professionals and graduate (or otherwise advanced) students in theology, philosophy, intellectual history, medieval, renaissance and reformation history
"These Companions are go-to resources for teaching and research: they gather the latest scholarship on a huge range of authors, themes, and places in medieval and early modern Europe." - Ann Blair, Harvard University
"The Brill Companions have already established themselves as the ‘go to’ resource for students and academics who are looking not only for informed evaluation of the latest research as well as indications of the most up-to-date literature on a particular theme and topic, but also for the stimulus to re-evaluate their significance. Collectively they offer both encyclopaedic breadth as well as interpretative depth of treatment." - Simon Ditchfield, University of York
"The range of the Companions’ topics is impressive. Each volume offers an immensely useful series of articles which contrive to be both authoritative surveys and independent interpretations." - Rosamond McKitterick, University of Cambridge
"The Brill Companions offer sure-footed guides to key issues in Christian and European history, useful for newcomers to a topic and for anyone seeking insights into recent research. Conceptualized and written by the leading scholars in a field, they are indispensable sources of information on fundamental issues and debates." - Merry Wiesner-Hanks, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
"The Brill Companions to the Christian Tradition have established themselves as indispensable guides for those who study and teach medieval and early modern Christian history. Written by leading specialists, they present and evaluate superbly the persons, movements, and schools that have shaped the intellectual and religious life of Europe." - Gerald O'Collins, SJ, emeritus professor Gregorian University (Rome)
"Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition has made major contributions to the study of the history of Christianity for well over a decade now, presenting cutting-edge scholarship on a host of significant figures and movements over many centuries." - Bernard McGinn, University of Chicago
"Since its initiation in 2006, [this series] has established itself as a major reference point for scholars working on Christian history. The volumes offer comprehensive reviews of the state of play in a specific field of research without sacrificing quality and originality in their contributions." - Norman Housley, University of Leicester, in: The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Vol. 62, No. 2 (April 2011), pp. 385-386
"Excellent series" - Michael C. Voigts, Asbury Theological Seminary, in: Church History, Vol. 81, No. 3 (September 2012), p. 671
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