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Collection des Études augustiniennes, série Antiquité (EAA)

The Collection of Augustinian Studies, Antiquity Series (EAA), founded in 1954 by F. Cayré and G. Folliet, comprises more than 190 volumes, and reflects the interests of the Institute of Augustinian Studies. It includes scholarly works whose primary subject is the work and though of St. Augustine. But it also includes a wide range of publications on ancient Christian literature, late antique history, and the history of Christian ideas. Publications in this collection are furnished with extensive notes and indices, and rooted in a deep knowledge of scholarly bibiography and the most recent research findings. These monographs are substantial contributions to various aspects of the study of late antiquity. The collection includes a number of works by renowned scholars, whose work has left a lasting mark on French and international research, such as René Braun, Pierre Courcelle, Pierre Hadot, Goulven Madec, Jean Pépin, etc.

Reacting to the evolving forms of contemporary research, the Collection also publishes collective works, produced as the result of international scholarly conferences. The majority of the Collection’s books are in French, but publication in the other international scholarly languages is not excluded.

The Collection of Augustinian Studies, Antiquity Series is edited by Frédéric Chapot, professor at the University of Strasbourg, with the assistance of a scientific council, made up of Nicole Bériou (Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes, Paris), Marie-Odile Boulnois (École pratique des Hautes Études, Sciences religieuses), Anne-Isabelle Bouton-Touboulic (Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille 3), François Dolbeau (École pratique des Hautes Études, IVe section), Cédric Giraud (Université de Lorraine), Michel-Yves Perrin (École pratique des Hautes Études, Sciences religieuses), Pierre Petitmengin (École Normale Supérieure, Paris) and Vincent Zarini (Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV).





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