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The Saint Augustine Lecture Series

Augustinian Institute at Villanova University, 1959-1986

Robert P. Russell, O.S.A., Founding Editor

The Saint Augustine Lecture was established in 1958 under the general theme of "Saint Augustine and the Augustinian Tradition" for the purpose of making a signiticant contribution to Augustinian learning and scholarship. Eminent scholars were engaged to present original work that explored ever more fully the doctrine of Saint Augustine and stress its pertinence to contemporary problems. For many years each lecture was published as a small monograph as a public homage to the Father and Founder of the Order of Saint Augustine. Since 1987 these lectures have been published in the journal Augustinian Studies.

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  • Contributors to this series include Werner Beierwaltes, Vernon Bourke, Mary T. Clark, Ernest Fortin, Eugene Kevane, Henri-Irénée Marrou, John J. O'Meara, Eugene TeSelle, and Luc Verheijen.

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    • Augustinian Studies
      The Journal of the Augustinian Institute at Villanova University
      Volume 1 (1970) to present

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      The Journal of the Augustinian Patristic Institute
      Volume 1 (1961) to present

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