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The Catholic University of America Press

Website: http://cuapress.cua.edu

The Catholic University of America Press publishes between 35 and 40 books each year in the fields of history (ecclesiastical and secular), literature and languages, philosophy, political theory, and theology. Interdisciplinary emphases are found in patristics and medieval studies.


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All Great Art is Praise

Art and Religion in John Ruskin

The volume looks especially closely at Ruskin's changing attitudes to Catholicism. The son of a stoutly Bible-Protestant mother and a father politically opposed to the civil emancipation of Catholics, Ruskin found it increasingly difficult to combine his inherited anti-Catholicism with his appreciation of Byzantine-Venetian, Renaissance-humanist, and Franciscan-evangelical art and the program for living these contained or implied. The rumors in late life of his immanent conversion to Rome proved unfounded, but they were not implausible. All Great Art is Praise seeks to show why

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The American Presence in Ulster

a diplomatic history, 1796-1996

Francis M. Carroll

Tells the story of the link between Ulster and the United States and presents the first general history of the U.S. Consulate in Belfast.

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Anchoress and Abbess in Ninth-Century Saxony

The Lives of Liutbirga of Wendhausen and Hathumoda of Gandersheim

Frederick S. Paxton

In the growing field of early medieval texts in translation, this book presents the first full English translations of the Lives of Liutbirga of Wendhausen, the first anchoress in Saxony, and Hathumoda, the first abbess of Gandersheim.

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Andreas Capellanus, Scholasticism, and the Courtly Tradition

Don A. Monson

This book, the first study in English devoted entirely to Andreas Capellanus's De Amore, presents a comprehensive inquiry into the influence of scholasticism on the structure and organization of the work, applying methods of medieval philosophy and intellectual history to an important problem in medieval literary studies.

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Angels and Demons

A Catholic Introduction

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Anselm of Canterbury and the Desire for the Word

Eileen C. Sweeney

Sweeney's study offers a comprehensive picture of Anselm's thought and its development, from the early, intimate, monastically based meditations to the later, public, proto-scholastic disputations

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