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  • Margaret Roper and Erasmus


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  • Geography and Utopias II
  • Geography and Utopias III
  • More Facing his Time
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  • More Circle II


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    November 4-5, 2016 - U of Dallas, CTMS
              See the Acts of the Seminar in the menu opposite left.     Sharing Friendship  -   The Amici Thomae Mori society was particularly honored by the CTMS during the closing dinner of the Seminar on Utopia of November 4th and 5th, 2016.     Marie-Claire and Hubert Phélippeau-Baudet quickly recalled 54 years of Amici Thomae Mori's history during a slide-show at the end of which they passed the baton of Moreana Editorship to the CTMS.     You will find below the text of the slide-show and ,in a PDF file attached, the slides of the show. Sharing Friendship Slide 1Let me introduce our Amici Thomae Mori society, as a friend of yours, in the same way that Thomas More was sharing friendship, that is, caring for his friends, as Erasmus told Ulrich Von Hutten.This is a quick survey of the 54 years’ history of our society. All along, I’ll try to show how friendship is an integral part of the members’ life – be they academics or “standard members,” men of the cloth or lay>...

    Sharing Friendship Presentation

    August 18-20, 2016 - Bruges Conference

       There were about thirty scholars from Moreana and Amici Thomae Mori at the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference in Bruges. The city of Bruges had been aptly chosen for this event which celebrated the 500th anniversary of both the first publication of Thomas More's Utopia and Erasmus' Novum Instrumentum.
       We organized 5 panels and a roundtable and were present in two other panels. Most of the sessions were devoted to Utopia and the roundtable gathered translators and specialists of the translation of Utopia into various modern languages.  

       On this occasion we were happy to meet for a Verre de l'Amitié, and honor Elizabeth McCutcheon whom we wanted to thank for allowing us to reprint a number of her essays in the December 2015 Moreana.


    June 30, 2016 - Moreana 203-204 is published

    This June 2016 issue offers a medley of papers ranging from the gravest to the lightest. Prof. Elliott Simon reveals More’s humor present in the midst of his most serious works, something that will not surprise the seasoned Morean scholar. A couple of studies on More’s theology precede two additional ones on Utopia. Régis Bar Closel acquaints us with his recent doctoral research on the representation of Sir Thomas More in sixteenth century fictional writings. Then Charles Clay Doyle invites us to consider the saying about the bag of snakes and eels, believed to be one of More’s and his father’s favorite jokes. You will then meet characters such as Teofilo Folengo and Jean le Sauvage, before discovering three choice Varia and two book reviews.

    Table of Contents           Article Abstracts            Book Reviews

    June 30, 2016 - Gazette Thomas More online

    Renaissance of the Gazette Thomas More!
    From 2017, the editorship of Moreana is going to be transferred to the CTMS of the University of Dallas for a first period of 6 years. The publication and the distribution (printed and on-line) will be carried out by the Edinburgh University Press (EUP) who will also manage the subscriptions of institutions to Moreana.
    The Moreana editorial line will change and select a more restricted number of articles written by and for university academic specialists. The Gazette Thomas More intends to publish articles which cannot be published in Moreana anymore and happen to be a complement accessible to everyone.
    As a consequence, your Gazette Thomas More presents two Books, one being your usual ‘newsletter’ and the new other ‘literary’.
    Long live Germain’s Gazette Thomas More!


    April 6 - Marie-Claire Phélippeau on air with Radio Notre Dame
    22 March 2016 - Interview on Radio Présence - Lourdes
    March 2016
    December 22, 2015 - Moreana 201-202 - Liber Amicorum

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