FRANCISCAN AUTHORS, 13TH - 18TH CENTURY: A CATALOGUE IN PROGRESS
FRANCISCAN AUTHORS, 13TH - 18TH CENTURY: A CATALOGUE IN PROGRESS

This bibliography of Franciscan Authors

 

is a co-production of Maarten van der Heijden and Bert Roest.

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Bert Roest
 
Maarten van der Heijden
 

The following alphabetical list of Franciscan authors, with concise biographical remarks and information on manuscripts, editions and studies, is far from complete, yet continually growing. On average, we install an updated version of each individual segment every three months. For our website, we make use of a wide range of different research instruments

 

In the course of building this site, we stumble on a lot of additional materials that we try to present in a series of bibliographies on specific topics, for instance on medieval and Franciscan preaching etc.

 

We are acutely aware of the limitations of this site, yet we are continually improving, and we hope that it will be a source of valuable information and not just of frustration. We invite all of you to send us your comments


 

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Thus far we would like to thank the following institutions and persons:

NWO (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek) for the grants that made it possible to visit several libraries and research centres

Professor C. Leonardi and the collaborators of the Fondazione Ezio Franceschini in Florence

The Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure University

The Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies Library in Toronto

The library of the Center for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Toronto

The Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame

The libraries of the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and the Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht

Prof.dr. F.A. van Liere; Prof.dr. G.J.Etzkorn; Dr. Leslie Knox; Dr. Robin J. Vose; Dr. Patrick Nold; Dr. David Mengel; Dr. William Duba; Prof.dr. Onno Kneepkens; Dr. Gudrun Tscherpel; Prof.dr. S. Dumont; Prof.dr. Chris Schabel; Dr. Sylvain Piron; Dr. Servus Giebel OFMCap; Dr. Aleksander Horowski OFMCap; Prof.dr. Jacqueline Hamesse; Prof.dr. Jean-Francois Godet-Calogeras and many others who keep sending us corrections and additions.


For those interested in medieval studies and history at large, we would like to present you the following links