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Augustinian Studies

The Journal of the Augustinian Institute at Villanova University

Ian Clausen, Editor

Augustinian Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the study of the life, teachings, and influence of Augustine of Hippo. It publishes articles from a variety of disciplines and perspectives including philosophy, theology, and history, as well as article-length reviews of appropriate publications. While the primary focus of the journal is the study of Augustine himself, articles illuminating aspects of Augustinian studies more broadly conceived are also included when they contribute to the understanding of Augustine's life or thought.

  • Online First (forthcoming articles)
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  • Each volume includes the annual Saint Augustine Lecture presented at Villanova by the Institute for the Study of Augustine and Augustinian Traditions.

      "For many years this has been the essential journal for anyone seriously engaged in the study of Augustine. It is especially valuable because of the wide range of research methods and interests that it offers."
      — Robert Dodaro, O.S.A., Istituto Patristico "Augustinianum"

      "Augustinian Studies is an outstanding journal .... a sine qua non for the serious researcher."
      — Kenneth B. Steinhauser, Saint Louis University

      "Augustinian Studies has created a space in which the best English-language scholarship on Augustine can be read, debated and reviewed."
      — James. J. O'Donnell, Georgetown University

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