Published articles

M. Brînzei, “Jean Gerson’s Early Readers at the University of Vienna in the Time of Plague before Print”, in Gerson Rhénan. Itinéraires culturels et circulation des textes dans l’Europe Rhénane, XVe-XVIe siècles, ed. I. Iribarren, Brepols 2023, pp. 63-88.

https://hal.science/hal-04224113

M. Brînzei, Edition de fragments des textes latins : pp. 9-12, 29-31, 43-45, 69, 89-92, 155-157, 195-196 publiés dans le volume Henricus de Rinfeldia: Notes from the Classroom and disputed questiones at the university of Vienna before 1400. A transcription of the Manuscript Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, A X 44, ed. M. Brinzei, Editura Universitatii ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’, Iasi 2023

M. Brînzei, “Workshop on Medieval Carmelite Scholastics”, in Bulletin de philosophie médiévale 64 (2023), pp. 384-389

M. Brînzei, (with W.O Duba), “Introduction”, in Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Exploring an Uncharted Scholastic-Philosophical Genre, ed. M. Brinzei, W. Duba, Turnhout 2024 (Studia Sententiarum, 7), vol. 1, pp. IX-XXVII

M. Brînzei, “A Guide for understanding Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard,” in Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Exploring an Uncharted Scholastic-Philosophical Genre, ed. M. Brinzei, W. Duba, Turnhout 2024 (Studia Sententiarum, 7), vol. 1, pp. 1-34

M. Brînzei, “The Cistercian Matthew of Zbraslav (de Aula Regia / Königsaal), socius of a Pre-Radical Jan Hus, and Their Prague Principial Debate”, in Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Exploring an Uncharted Scholastic-Philosophical Genre, ed. M. Brinzei, W. Duba, Turnhout 2024 (Studia Sententiarum, 7), vol. II, pp. 239-279

https://hal.science/hal-03607197

M. Brînzei, (with I. Curut, D. Coman, A. Marinca) “Introduction”, in Pseudo-Aristotelian Texts in Medieval Thought. Actes of the XXIIth Annual Colloquium of the SIEPM, Cluj-Napoca 28-30 September 2016, ed. M. Brinzei, D. Coman, I. Curut, A. Marinca, (Rencontres 29), Turnhout, Brepols 2023, pp. VII-XXI

William Duba, Walter Goris, Chris Schabel, and Garrett R. Smith, “William of Ware on Divine Knowledge, Eternity and Plurality of Worlds,” in E. Dezza and A. Petagine, eds., William of Ware on the Sentences: Teaching Philosophy and Theology in the 13th Century between Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus (Studia Sententiarum, 8), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, 118pp. [in press].

John T. Slotemaker and Chris Schabel, “Robert Holcot’s Principial Sermon or Introitus to His Oxford Bachelor Lectures on Matthew,” in P. Bermon and C. Grellard, eds., Theologia modernorum. Recherches sur les questions théologiques inédites de Robert Holcot (Studia Sententiarum, 9), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, 24pp. [in press].

Chris Schabel, “Sorting out Robert Holcot’s Assorted Oxford Theological Questions,” in P. Bermon and C. Grellard, eds., Theologia modernorum. Recherches sur les questions théologiques inédites de Robert Holcot (Studia Sententiarum, 9), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, 55pp. [in press].

Chris Schabel, “Robert Holcot’s Principial Questions on Grace, Merit, and Sin: A Preliminary Edition of the Determinationes II and IV,” in P. Bermon and C. Grellard, eds., Theologia modernorum. Recherches sur les questions théologiques inédites de Robert Holcot (Studia Sententiarum, 9), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, 135pp. [in press].

Chris Schabel, “Francis of Marchia on Instrumental Causality: The Conclusion to Principium in IV in Question 2 on IV Sentences,” in M. Brînzei and W.O. Duba, eds., Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Exploring an Uncharted Scholastic-Philosophical Genre, 2 vols. (Studia Sententiarum, 7), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, vol. 1, pp. 109-145 [in press].

Chris Schabel, “The Genre Matures. Parisian Principia in the 1340s, from Gregory of Rimini to Pierre Ceffons,” in M. Brînzei and W.O. Duba, eds., Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Exploring an Uncharted Scholastic-Philosophical Genre, 2 vols. (Studia Sententiarum, 7), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, vol. 1, pp. 147-260 [in press].

Chris Schabel, “The Forgotten Principia of a Forgotten Theologian: Jean de Moyenneville, 1356-1357, and Parisian Theology in the Late 1350s,” in M. Brînzei and W.O. Duba, eds., Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Exploring an Uncharted Scholastic-Philosophical Genre, 2 vols. (Studia Sententiarum, 7), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, vol. 1, pp. 261-366 [in press].

Chris Schabel, “The Oxford Franciscan Robert of Halifax’s Principial Debate over Grace and Merit with His Pelagian Socius and Other Colleagues in 1332-1333,” in M. Brînzei and W.O. Duba, eds., Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Exploring an Uncharted Scholastic-Philosophical Genre, 2 vols. (Studia Sententiarum, 7), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, vol. 1, pp. 567-672 [in press].

Chris Schabel, “The Franciscan Guglielmo Centueri of Cremona’s Bologna Principium of 1368, with an Appendix on Whether God Can Make the Past Not to Have Been,” in M. Brînzei and W.O. Duba, eds., Principia on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Exploring an Uncharted Scholastic-Philosophical Genre, 2 vols. (Studia Sententiarum, 7), Turnhout: Brepols, 2024, vol. 2, pp. 3-60 [in press].

Chris Schabel, “The Hospital of St Lazarus (Panagia Abbey) and Other Latin Ecclesiastical Institutions in Frankish Corinth,” in Germania et Italia. Liber amicorum Hubert Houben, ed. F. Filotico, L. Geis, and F. Somaini, 2 vol., Università del Salento: SIBA, 2024, vol. 1, pp. 387-408.

Olivier Boulnois and Chris Schabel, “Guiral Ot: l’être avant l’être. In secundum librum Sententiarum, d. 1, pars 1, q. 2,” Archives d’Histoire Doctrinale et Littéraire du Moyen Age 90 (2023), pp. 279-308.

Chris Schabel, “Lorenzo Opimo of Bologna, Teaching Doctor of the Servites during the Reformation, and His Sentences Lectures at the University of Paris in 1370-71 (Part II),” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 99 (2023), pp. 47-85.

Chris Schabel, “Oliver of Paderborn and 1222: the Return to the West after the Fifth Crusade, a Stopover in Famagusta, and the Collapse of Limassol Cathedral,” Crusades 22 (2023), pp. 210-214.

Chris Schabel, “A Folio from the Somnium Viridarii,” Fragmentology 6 (2023), pp. 101-112 pp.

Chris Schabel, “Aimery de Nabinaud, OFM (†1326), Counsellor of Henry II, Bishop of Paphos, Papal Diplomat between Cyprus and Armenia, and Debtor,” Perspectives on Culture 42/3 (2023), pp. 291-316.

Chris Schabel, editions of 19 anonymous questions, in Henricus de Rinfeldia: Notes from the Classroom and Dipsuted Questions at the University of Vienna before 1400. A Transcription of the Manuscript Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, A X 44, coord. M. Brînzei (Antiqua et Mediaevalia – Studia), Iaşi: Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, 2023, pp. 122-133 and 146-149.

Chris Schabel, “The Continental Reception of FitzRalph’s Philosophical Theology until the Council of Florence,” in M.W. Dunne and S. Nolan, eds., A Companion to Richard FitzRalph, Fourteenth-Century Scholar, Archbishop, and Polemicist (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition, 105), Leiden: Brill, 2023, pp. 405-426.

Chris Schabel, “Richard FitzRalph vs William Skelton, 1331-1332: The Attribution of the ‘Determinationes’ in a Florence Manuscript,” in M.W. Dunne and S. Nolan, eds., A Companion to Richard FitzRalph, Fourteenth-Century Scholar, Archbishop, and Polemicist (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition, 105), Leiden: Brill, 2023, pp. 208-271.

Chris Schabel, “George Hominisdei (†1360/61), Itinerant Armenian in the Latin Church and Chaplain to the Ban of Bosnia, the Count of Korykos, and the Cardinal of Nicosia,” in I. Augé, M.-A. Chevalier, C. Mutafian, and I. Ortega, eds., L’Arménie et les Arméniens, entre Byzance et le Levant. Mélanges offerts à Gérard Dédéyan, 2 volumes (Histoire et sociétés), Montpellier: Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2023, vol. 2, pp. 249-265.

Chris Schabel, “Pater sancte… The Position of Papal Nuncio in Outremer According to Pierre de Manso’s Letter to Pope John XXII,” Crusades 22 (2023), pp. 67-99.

Chris Schabel, “Absolutely Essential, but Incompletely Edited, Inadequately Summarized, and Frequently Misunderstood: Papal Registers and the Latin East, with the Example of Archbishop John of Neopatras, ca. 1207–1219,” in A. Sommerlechner and H. Weigl, eds., Innocenz III., Honorius III. und ihre Briefe (Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, 79), Vienna: Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, 2023, pp. 169-184.

Chrysovalantis Kyriacou and Chris Schabel, “The Saga of Abbot Germanos of St George of Mangana in Nicosia and Greek-Latin Ecclesiastical Relations in the Reign of Pope John XXII,” Frankokratia 4 (2023), pp. 58-88.

William Duba and Chris Schabel, “The White Nuns in Outremer. A Documentary History of St Theodore Abbey in Nicosia, Cyprus, the Longest-Lived Cistercian Monastery in the Latin East, ca. 1230-ca. 1550,” Frankokratia 4 (2023), pp. 1-57.

William Duba and Chris Schabel, “Three Protegés of Robert the Wise and Their Debate over Contradictories: Landolfo Caracciolo vs. Francesco d’Appignano and François de Meyronnes,” Micrologus 31 (= Philosophy, Sciences and Arts at the Court of Robert of Anjou) (2023), pp. 127-171.

Edit Anna Lukacs, “Augustinus von Weilheim und die Wiener Gesera,” in Iter Austiacum
2023.
http://www.iter-austriacum.at/

Monica Brînzei, “Performing Principia in the Faculty of Theology of Bologna: The Case of
Augustinus Favaroni of Rome (†1443)”, in Traditio 77 (2022), pp. 377- 463.
https://www.doi.org/10.1017/tdo.2022.4

Monica Brînzei, “A Student’s Notes on the Plague in Codex Wien, Österreichische
Nationalbibliothek, 4497,” in Chora 20 (2022), pp. 371-381.

Chris Schabel, “Richard FitzRalph vs William Skelton, 1331-1332: The Attribution of the
‘Determinationes’ in a Florence Manuscript,” in A Companion to Richard FitzRalph, ed. M.
Dunne, S. Nolan, Leiden: Brill, 2022, pp. 207-270.

Chris Schabel, “The Continental Reception of FitzRalph’s Philosophical Theology until the
Council of Florence,” in A Companion to Richard FitzRalph, ed. M. Dunne, S. Nolan, Leiden:
Brill, 2022, pp. 406-427.

Chris Schabel, “Lorenzo Opimo of Bologna, Teaching Doctor of the Servites during the
Reformation, and His Sentences Lectures at the University of Paris in 1370-71 (Part I),” in
Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 98 (2022), pp. 49-85.

Severin Kitanov, Chris Schabel, “Thomas Bradwardine’s Questions on Grace and Merit
from His Lectura on the Sentences, 1332-1333,” in Archives d’Histoire Doctrinale et
Littéraire du Moyen Age
89 (2022), pp. 163-236.

Monica Brînzei, Chris Schabel, “Better off Dead: The Latitude of Human Misery in the
Oxford Replicationes of the Dominican Robert Holcot and the Parisian Principia of the
Cistercians Jean de Mirecourt and Pierre Ceffons”, in XXIII Annual Colloquium of the SIEPM
University of Leuven 11-12 October 2018
, Turnhout Brepols 2021, pp. 145-184.

Chris Schabel, “Radices et plantationes theologicae facultatis hic Parisius. The Principia of Pierre Leduc and Henri le Boulangier and the Victorine Tradition during the Great Schism,” in Omnium expetendorum prima est sapientia. Studies on Victorine Thought and Influence, ed. W. Bajor, M. Buraczewski, M.J. Janecki, and D. Poirel, (Bibliotheca Victorina, 29), Turnhout, Brepols 2021, pp. 245-326.

Chris Schabel, “Francesco d’Appignano, Lector in Naples in 1321,” in Picenum Seraphicum
34 (2020), pp. 7-11.

Monica Brînzei, Chris Schabel, “Thomas Aquinas as Authority and the Summa as Auctoritas in the Late Middle Ages”, in Summistae. The Commentary Tradition on Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologiae from the 15th to the 17th Centuries), ed. Lidia Lanza& Marco Toste, (Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Series 1/58), Leuven University Press 2021 (ISBN 9789462702622), pp. 95-125.

Monica Brînzei, « New Evidence for Nicholas Aston’s Principia on the Sentences: Basel, UB, A X 24”, in Chora 18-19 (2020-21), pp. 601-616.

Monica Brînzei, “Nouveaux témoignages sur les textes perdus d’Onofre de Florence OESA (1336-1403), bachelier en théologie à Paris,” in Archives Doctrinale et Littéraire du Moyen Age 87 (2020), pp. 59-86.

Monica Brînzei, Chris Schabel, “A Principium of Henry of Langenstein, His Fellow Parisian Bachelors of the Sentences, and the Academic Year 1371-1372,” in Vivarium 58/1-2 (2020), pp. 1-12.

Chris Schabel, “Okham, the Principia of Holkot and Wodeham, and the Myth of the Two-Year Sentences Lecture at Oxford,” in Recherche de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales 87/1 (2020), pp. 59-102

Chris Schabel, “The Victorine Pierre Leduc’s Collationes, Sermo finalis, and Principia on the Sentences, Paris 1382-1383,” in Archives d’Histoire Doctrinale et Littéraire du Moyen Age 87 (2020), pp. 237-334

Monica Brînzei, “Epilogue: Commentaries on the Sentences in Paris around 1370”, in Philosophical Psychology in late Medieval Commentaries on Peter Lombard’s Sentences. Actes of the XIVth Annual Symposium of the S.I.P.E.M.Nijmegen 28-30 Octobre 2009, ed. M. Brînzei, C. Schabel, Brepols, Turnhout, 2020, pp. 407-430 (ISBN: 978-2-503-58909)

Monica Brînzei, Chris Schabel, “Critically Editing a So-Called ‘Sentences Commentary’”, in Sicut Dicit. Editing Ancient and Medieval Commentaries on Authoritative texts, ed. Stefan Schorn, Shari Boodts, Pieter De Leemans (†), Turnhout: Brepols, 2020 (LECTIO Studies in the Transmission of Texts & Ideas, 8) pp. 243-271, DOI: 10.1484/M.LECTIO-EB.5.118730, (ISBN: 978-2-503-58649-6)

Mihai Maga, “‘Vivus docui, nec cesso docere mortuus.’ The Tragic Death of Sigismundus de Pyzdry, an Opportunity in the Study of the Sentences Commentaries”, in Philobiblon 25/1 (2020).

https://www.philobiblon.ro/ro/articol/vivus-docui-nec-cesso-docere-mortuus-tragic-death-sigismundus-de-pyzdry-opportunity-study

Christopher Schabel, “Redating Pierre d’Ailly’s early writings and revisiting his positions on the necessity of the past and the future”, in Pierre d’Ailly: un esprit universel à l’aube du XVe siècle, ed. J.-P. Boudet, M. Brinzei, F. Delivre, H. Millet, J. Verger, M. Zink, Academie de Belle Lettres 2019, pp. 61-82 .

William Duba, “Dante, Paris, and the Benefactor of Saint-Jacques”, in Vivarium 58 (2019), pp. 1-24.

Monica Brînzei, “Les principia. Exploration d’une pratique universitaire médiévale”, in Bulletin de l’association : Les amis de l’IRHT, novem. 2018, pp. 9-10.

Edit A. Lukács, “Contuli cum magistro meo reverendo Nicholao de Dinckelspuhel in tribus principiis meis. Die Principia des Walter von Bamberg OCarm aus 1400-1402”, in Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 29 (2018), pp. 479–504 .