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Stephen Langton’s Theological Questions and MS Cambridge, St. John’s College, C7 (57)

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An event celebrating the recent publication of Stephen Langton’s Quaestiones Theologiae, Book 1, (published by Oxford University Press in the series Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi) and the importance of MS C7 (57) of St John’s College for that edition.

Programme: 2.00 pm

David d’Avray (University College London), “Stephen Langton’s Quaestiones in the context of his oeuvre and of modern historiography”

Magdalena Bieniak (Uniwersytet Warszawski), “Manuscript C.7: Work in Progress”

4.00 pm Coffee Break

4.15 pm Round Table Discussion of the Volume: Stephen Langton, Quaestiones Theologiae. Liber I, edited by Riccardo Quinto and Magdalena Bieniak, Oxford 2014 (Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi, 22).

Contributions by: David Luscombe (University of Sheffield), John Marenbon (University of Cambridge), Luisa Valente (Sapienza. Università di Roma), Wojciech Wciórka (Uniwersytet Warszawski).

6.00-7.00 pm Visit to St John’s College Library and analysis of MS C7 (57), guided by Magdalena Bieniak.

Organizers of the Event: Peter Linehan, Caterina Tarlazzi. Sponsored by: St John’s College; Medium Aevum. Society for the Study of Medieval Literature and Language.

Attendance is free.

The manuscript will be on display in St John’s College Library from 10 am on the day.

Up to three small travel grants have been funded by Medium Aevum to cover travel expenses of graduate students and early career researchers who would be willing to attend the event. For more information, please contact Dr. Caterina Tarlazzi, ct365@cam.ac.uk.

This talk is part of the Events Concerning Medieval Philosophy series.

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