"The Premonstratensians in the Middle Ages" Date:March 29-31, 2007 Location: Marquette University
Dr. Carol Neel Dr. William Hyland Dr. James John
Sponsored Session at
2007 Spring Meeting of the American Catholic Historical Association
Commentator: Rev. Dr. Theodore Antry, O.Praem.
"The Early Premonstratensians and the Literary Arts"
Dr. Carol Neel
Professor of History
"The Incarnation, Reform and the Unity of the Church: a Sermon of Master Johannes Wifflet, O. Praem, for the Feast of the Annunciation at the Council of Basel (1432)"
Dr. William Hyland
Director, Center for Norbertine Studies
St. Norbert College
"The Medieval Library of the Premonstratensian Abbey of Steinfeld"
Dr. James John
Professor Emeritus of History
The papers in this session will address different aspects of medieval Premonstratensian life and thought. They will all, in their respective ways, demonstrate and reflect upon the integral role the Premonstratensians played in various areas of the intellectual, spiritual and material culture of the Middle Ages.