Elizabeth Helsinger: Victim or Villain? The Passionate Heroines of Pre-Raphaelite Art


Lawrence Stone: Love and Marriage in Eighteenth-Century England

Thomas Lawler: Thomas More and the Art of Dying Well

Erich Heller: Dr. Faustus – Is He Damned or Saved?

Monica Schuler: African Culture in the New World


Jaroslav Pelikan: The Gospel According to Lev Tolstoy

James Redfield: Socratic Education


John A. Garraty: Work and Idleness in Modern Societies

Janel Mueller: The Drama and Enigma of the Self: Donne's Art of the Lyric

Joseph Kennedy: The Role of Women in Northeast India

Erich Heller: Literature and Social Responsibility


Jaroslav Pelikan: The Spirit of Medieval Theology

Helene Roberts: Images of Women in Art and Literature: Mother Earth and the Warrior Maiden

Marilyn Stokstad: Women Artists in the Renaissance

Erich Heller: Psychology and Modern Literature


Nancy McCormick Rambusch: Montessori Education for American Children

Thomas Brown: The Immigrant and the Bicentennial: The Boston Experience


James Hennesey: The American Catholic Experience

Karl Weintraub: Benjamin Franklin and the Protestant Ethic

Erich Heller: Autobiography and Literature: Death in Venice

Karl Weintraub: Abelard: A Question about Individuality


Robert Speaight: Francois Mauriac: The Tension Between God and Mammon in His Life and Work

Stanley Idzerda: Reflections on Our Permanent Revolution


Erich Heller: Shame and Shamelessness in the Age of Pornography

Vera Dunham: Alexander Solzhenitzyn

James Billington: The Strange Death of Liberal Education

Victor Turner: Pilgrimages From Within


Erich Heller: Franz Kafka

Hanna Gray: Machiavelli and the Humanist Tradition


Jaroslav Pelikan: Luther Comes to the New World

Erich Heller: Literature and Social Responsibility

Joseph Schwab: Liberal Arts for Now


Erich Heller: Bertolt Brecht

Robert Byrnes: The Dreyfus Affair: The Twentieth Century Begins

Henry Margenau: The Role of Science in Human Experience

Erich Heller: Nietzsche


Josef Altholz: The Conscience of Lord Acton

Seymour Halleck: Student Values in a Changing World

Dexter Hanley: The Conscientious Objector: Evolution or Revolution


Martin Marty: American Consensus, American Conflict: Past and Future

Richard Sylvester: Vision and Re-Vision in Thomas More's Utopia

Robert Gleason: The Christian Meaning of Death

Charles Long: God and Silence: The Significations of Modernity


George Lindbeck: A Protestant Reassessment of the Reformation

George Mosse: The Appeal of Nazi Culture

William Alfred: Tragic Concentration in Waiting for Godot

Alden Fisher: Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religious Values


Bernard Cooke: Christianity and Culture

Langdon Gilkey: The ‘God is Dead' Theology

Paul Sigmund: The Catholic Church in the Developing Countries


Perry LeFevre: Kierkegaard and Christ

Manning Pattillo: The Future of the Church College

Franklin H. Littell: Protestant Self-Consciousness in America

John Freccero: Dante's Vision of the Incarnation: Paradiso XXXIII, 131


Adrian van Kaam: Religion and Existential Psychology

Hajo Holborn: Leopold Ranke's Conception of History

Paul J. Hallinan: Christian and Secular Humanism

John C. Greene: Darwinism Yesterday and Today

Lucetta Mowry: The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Early Church


Andre Girard: The Life of Jesus

Philip W. Powell: The Significance of Hispanophobia in the Christian West

J. Ambrose Raftis: Christopher Dawson: Pioneer Historian of Unity

Carl B. Cone: Burke and the Crisis of the European Order

Alice von Hildebrand: Solitude and Communion


William G. Pollard: Science and Christianity in Western Civilization

Joseph M. Kitagawa: Buddhism in the Modern World

Charles W. Lightbody: Joan of Arc and the Historians

Gaines Post: ‘Reason of State' in the Middle Ages

Norman St. John-Stevas: Law and Morals

George H. Tavard: The Scope of Christian Culture


Yi-Pao Mei: Confucianism and Chinese Culture

Agnes Mongan: Representations of Saint Francis and His Symbols in Art

Jaroslav Pelikan: Athens and Jerusalem: A Tale of Two Cities

G. De Bertier: Religion in France during the Restoration

Giles Constable: The Ordering of Society in the Middle Ages

Ernest L. Fortin: The Church Fathers and the Transmission of the Christian Message

Thomas Gilby: Morals in Politics


Lewis Hanke: Christian Conscience in the Spanish Conquest of America: The Contribution of Bartolomé de las Casas

Joseph M. Kitagawa: East and West: A Dialogue

Louis L. Martz: Henry Vaughan and the Augustinian Meditation

Philip Scharper: The American Experiment and the Catholic Experience

John M. Oesterreicher: The Biblical Concept of Justice

Robert Speaight: T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land

Randall Stewart: Doctrines of Man in American Literature

Hugh Taylor: Science and Religion: Towards Unity


Vernon J. Bourke : The City of God and the Christian View of History

Thomas N. Brown: Catholicism and Irish Immigrant Nationalism, 1820-1860

Christopher Dawson: Christian Culture and American Education

Mircea Eliade: History and the Cyclical View of Time

David M. Stanley: The Emergence of Christianity from Judaism

Brian Tierney: Law, Justice, and Christian Society: The Contribution of the Medieval Canonists

Myron P. Gilmore: Erasmus: The Cause of Christian Humanism in the Last Years, 1529-1536

Louise Bogan: American Poetry at Mid-Century

Andre Girard: Church Architecture and Modern Art


Frank Sheed: History and Christopher Dawson

Charles DeKoninck: Marxism and Human Redemption

Robert Speaight: Paul Claudel's Satin Slipper

Ewart Lewis: The Medieval Contribution to the Western Political Tradition

Francis Fergusson: On Reading Dante in 1958

J. M. Cameron: The Enigma of Totalitarianism

Karl Stern: Spiritual Aspects of Psychotherapy

Allen Tate: How Not to Read Poetry


Yves R. Simon: Truth and Illusion in the Interpretation of Science

George B. Flahiff: Art and Theology