The Augustinian Institute will serve the university as an agent and resource to support its efforts to give Augustine’s thought a vibrant and integral place within Villanova’s academic and community life, and allows that voice of Augustine to continue to speak effectively to today’s world.
- Corpus Augustinianum Gissense (CAG 2). The CAG 2 database contains all known works by Saint Augustine in the best available critical editions. CAG 2 also includes a bibliographic database of more than 27,000 references to secondary literature on Augustine's life and works. Available at http://citrixweb.villanova.edu. First-time users may view how-to instructions on using the CitrixWeb. A CAG 2 user manual in pdf format is also on Citrixweb. (Collection of the Augustinian Institute, Falvey Memorial Library)
- Finding Augustine. A rich and readily accessible bibliographical collection concerning Augustine of Hippo and his legacy. This is the product of a unique international collaboration between institutions of higher learning in Europe and America.
- Augustine Through the Ages. This collection brings together the fulltext of the reference work: Augustine through the Ages: an encyclopedia.
Patristic, Medieval, & Renaissance Studies Conference (PMR)
Deep Unto Deep: Exploring Mystery, Human and Divine
October 18 - 20, 2013
Bernard McGinn, Naomi Shenstone Donnelley Professor Emeritus of Historical Theology and of the History of Christianity in the Divinity School and the Committees on Medieval Studies and on General Studies
Amy Hollywood, Elizabeth H. Monrad Professor of Christian Studies, Harvard Divinity School
The Vivian J. Lamb Lecture Series on Augustinian Thought and the Sciences
November 14, 2013
4:30 pm - Connelly Cinema
University of Missouri- St. Louis
Lucky Numb3rs: Struggling with Observation and Mathematics in Medieval Islamic Science
Reception to follow
The Thomas F. Martin Saint Augustine Fellow Public Lecture
Fr. William Harmless, S.J., The Thomas F. Martin Saint Augustine Fellow
November 19, 2013
4:30 pm Driscoll Hall Auditorium
Augustine on the Mystery of the Human Heart