CUA Studies in Early Christian Studies
This series, published in conjunction with the Catholic University of America Press, is designed to present collections of essays built tightly around a single theme. Volumes need not be connected with a specific occasion, but the Editorial Board will consider selections of conference papers, as also essays in honor of a distinguished scholar. Editors are either approved or appointed by the Editorial Board.

Submissions

Phase 1: Anyone wishing to edit, sponsor, or suggest a volume should first contact William Klingshirn, Director of the Center. A preliminary and conditional commitment will be made at that time.

Phase 2: Before final confirmation of the project by the Editorial Board, prospective editors will be asked to supply

  • A brief description of the book's unifying theme and rationale (500 words or less)
  • A list of contributors and chapter titles, with short descriptions (50 words or less each)
  • A specimen chapter

Phase 3: Editors are thereafter responsible for supplying completed copy in Chicago Manual style, which the General Editor will then forward to the Press with an accompanying letter of supportive comment.

Phase 4: The Press will then approve or reject the work in the light of its own readers' reports.

Founding Editor

Philip Rousseau (Center for the Study of Early Christianity)

Editorial Board

Rev. Sidney H. Griffith (Department of Semitic and Egyptian Languages and Literatures)

Katherine L. Jansen (Department of History)

William E. Klingshirn (Center for the Study of Early Christianity)

Trevor Lipscombe (Catholic University of America Press)

Timothy Noone (School of Philosophy)

Robin Darling Young (School of Theology and Religious Studies)

National and International Advisory Board

Pauline Allen (Australian Catholic University)

Lewis Ayres (Durham University)

Daniel Boyarin (University of California, Berkeley)

Gillian Clark (University of Bristol)

Rev. Angelo di Berardino, O.S.A. (Istituto Patristico Augustinianum, Rome)

Rev. Hubertus R. Drobner (Theologische Fakultät, Paderborn)

Judith Lieu (University of Cambridge)

Éric Rebillard (Cornell University)

Linda Safran (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto)

Susan T. Stevens (Randolph-Macon College)

Rita Lizzi Testa (Università degli Studi di Perugia)

Michael A. Williams (University of Washington, Seattle)

Volumes published

1. The Early Christian Book, edited by William E. Klingshirn and Linda Safran (2007).

2.The World of Early Egyptian Christianity: Language, Literature, and Social Context, edited by James E. Goehring and Janet A. Timbie (2007).

3. To Train his Soul in Books: Syriac Asceticism in Early Christianity, edited by Robin Darling Young and Monica J. Blanchard (2011).

4. Reading Patristic Texts on Social Ethics: Issues and Challenges for Twenty-First-Century Christian Social Thought, edited by Johan Leemans, Brian J. Matz, and Johan Verstraeten (2011).

5. Re-reading Gregory of Nazianzus: Essays on History, Theology, and Culture, edited by Christopher A. Beeley (2012).

6. Breaking the Mind: New Studies in the Syriac Book of Steps, edited by Kristian S. Heal and Robert A. Kitchen (2013).

7. Group Identity and Religious Individuality in Late Antiquity, edited by Éric Rebillard and Jörg Rüpke (2015)

8. The Bible and Early Trinitarian Theology, edited by Christopher A. Beeley and Mark E. Weedman (2017).

9. Deification in the Latin Patristic Tradition, edited by Jared Ortiz (2019).

10. The Christian Moses: From Philo to the Qur'an, edited by Philip Rousseau and Janet A. Timbie (2019).

Volumes accepted and with the Press

 

Other Publishing Ventures Associated with the Center

Monica Blanchard assists Sidney Griffith and Robin Darling Young in editing the series "Eastern Christian Texts in Translation."

Sidney Griffith is also Associate Editor of the Journal of Early Christian Studies, and serves on the Editorial Boards of Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Medieval Encounters: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Culture in Confluence and Dialogue, and the Bulletin of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies (Amman, Jordan).

John Petruccione is Editor of the series The Library of Early Christianity, published by the CUA Press.

William E. Klingshirn serves on the Editorial Committee of "Translated Texts for Historians," published by Liverpool University Press, and the Editorial Board of "Fathers of the Church," published by the CUA Press. Having served from 2007 to 2013 on the Board of Editors of Traditio: Studies in Ancient and Medieval History, Thought and Religion, he now serves on the editorial board (Doctorum Collegium) of the journal Latinitas.

Philip Rousseau is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Late Antiquity, and a Consulting Editor for the Australian series "Early Christian Studies."