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Doctoral Dissertations, 1891-1979

It has always been a requirement at CUA for PhD dissertations to be published, although a few of the early ones never were. Before Professor Roy Deferrari's arrival in 1918, students in the separate departments of Greek and Latin saw to the publication of their own dissertations. After his arrival, dissertations were put into three series published by the CUA Press: CUA Classical Studies (2 dissertations), CUA Patristic Studies (100 dissertations), and CUA Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature (26 dissertations). Beginning in 1963, submission of a dissertation to University Microfilms also counted for publication, and after 1971, with the closing of CUA Patristic Studies, it became the only option available.

Short biographies are also available for a number of these dissertation writers down to the year 1935.

1904

Rev. Michael Matthias F. Oswald, C. S. C.
The Use of the Prepositions in Apollonius Rhodius, Compared with their Use in Homer
Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame University Press, 1904.

Rev. James Joseph Trahey, C. S. C.
De Nominibus et Verbis Ennodi Hieronymique inter se Collatis, published as
De Sermone Ennodiano Hieronymi Sermone in Comparationem Adhibito.
Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame University Press, 1904.

1906

Rev. Jean-Baptiste Étienne DeLaunay, C. S. C.
Tertullian and his Apologetics, published as
Tertullian and his Apologetics: A Study of Early Christian Thought
Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame University Press, 1914.

1910

Rev. Charles Louis Dorémus, C. S. C.
Word Formation in the De Statu Animae of Claudianus Mamertus

1915

John James Jepson, S. S.
The Latinity of the Vulgate Psalter
Baltimore, MD: John H. Furst Co., 1915.

1916

Herbert Francis Wright
Francisci de Victoria De Iure Belli Relectio
Washington, DC: The author, 1916.

1917

Rev. Edwin J. Auweiler, O. F. M.
The Chronica Fratris Jordani A Giano
Washington, DC: National Capital Press, 1917.

Rev. Patrick Aloysius Collis (Diocese of Philadelphia)
Consolations on Death in Roman Literature

Sr. Mary Evaristus Moran, S. C.
Consolations of Death in Ancient Greek Literature
Washington, DC: National Capital Press, Inc., 1917.

Sr. Mary Rosaria Gorman, S. C.
The Nurse in Greek Life
Boston: Foreign Languages Print Co., 1917.

1918

Rev. Andrew Bernard Heider, S. M.
The Blessed Virgin Mary in Early Christian Latin Poetry
Washington, DC: The Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1918.

Rev. Thomas Joseph McGourty (Diocese of Scranton)
A Critical Study of the Agrippa Oration in Dio's Roman History, Book LII, Ch. 2-14

CUA Patristic Studies (1921-71)

Leo V. Jacks
St. Basil and Greek Literature
Patristic Studies 1 (1922).

James Marshall Campbell
The Influence of the Second Sophistic on the Style of the Sermons of St. Basil the Great
Patristic Studies 2 (1922).

Sr. Wilfrid Parsons, S. N. D. (Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur)
A Study of the Vocabulary and Rhetoric of the Letters of Saint Augustine
Patristic Studies 3 (1923).

Sr. Mary Columkille Colbert, C. C. V. I. (Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas)
The Syntax of the De Civitate Dei of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 4 (1923).

Rev. Thomas E. Ameringer, O. F. M. (Province of St. John the Baptist, Cincinnati, Ohio)
The Stylistic Influence of the Second Sophistic on the Panegyrical Sermons of St. John Chrysostom: A Study in Greek Rhetoric
Patristic Studies 5 (1921).

Sr. M. Inviolata Barry, C. D. P. (Sisters of Divine Providence, San Antonio, Texas)
St. Augustine, the Orator. A Study of the Rhetorical Qualities of St. Augustine's Sermones ad Populum
Patristic Studies 6 (1924).

Rev. Graham Reynolds (Diocese of Los Angeles)
The Clausulae in the De Civitate Dei of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 7 (1924).

Rev. Joseph Patrick Christopher (Diocese of Rockford, Illinois)
S. Aurelii Augustini Hipponiensis Episcopi. De Catechizandis Rudibus Liber Unus. Translated with an Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 8 (1926).

Sr. Mary Dolorosa Mannix, S. S. J. (Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet)
Sancti Ambrosii Oratio de Obitu Theodosii: Text, Translation, Introduction, and Commentary
Patristic Studies 9 (1925).

Sr. Mary Finbarr Barry, S. S. J. (Sisters of St. Joseph, Brighton, Mass.)
The Vocabulary of the Moral-Ascetical Works of St. Ambrose. A Study in Latin Lexicography
Patristic Studies 10 (1926).

Rev. F. W. A. Dickinson (Archdiocese of Saint Paul)
The Use of the Optative Mood in the Works of St. John Chrysostom
Patristic Studies 11 (1926).

Sr. Miriam Annunciata Adamas, O. S. B. (Sisters of Saint Benedict, Covington, Kentucky)
The Latinity of the Letters of St. Ambrose
Patristic Studies 12 (1927).

Sr. Agnes Clare Way, C. D. P. (Sisters of Divine Providence, San Antonio, Texas)
The Language and Style of the Letters of St. Basil
Patristic Studies 13 (1927).

Sr. Mary Raphael Arts, O. S. B. (Sisters of Saint Benedict of St. Scholastica's Academy, Fort Smith, Arkansas)
The Syntax of the Confessions of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 14 (1927).

Martin Rawson Patrick McGuire
S. Ambrosii De Nabuthae: A Commentary, with an Introduction and Translation
Patristic Studies 15 (1927).

Sr. Mary Simplicia Kaniecka, O. S. F. (Felician Sisters, Lodi, New Jersey)
Vita S. Ambrosii Mediolanensis Episcopi a Paulino Eius Notario ad Beatum Augustinum Conscripta: A Revised Text and Commentary, with an Introduction and Translation
Patristic Studies 16 (1928).

Sr. James Aloysius Stein, C. C. V. I. (Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas)
Encomium of Saint Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa, on His Brother Saint Basil, Archbishop of Cappadocian Caesarea. A Commentary, with a Revised Text, Introduction, and Translation
Patristic Studies 17 (1928).

Sr. Lucilla Dinneen, S. S. J. (Sisters of Saint Joseph, Brighton, Massachusetts)
Titles of Address in Christian Greek Epistolography to 527 AD
Patristic Studies 18 (1929).

Sr. Mary Joseph Aloysius Buck, B. V. M. (Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Dubuque, Iowa)
S. Ambrosii De Helia et Ieiunio: A Commentary, with an Introduction and Translation
Patristic Studies 19 (1929).

Sr. Marie Antoinette Martin, S. S. J. (Sisters of Saint Joseph, Concordia, Kansas)
The Use of Indirect Discourse in the Works of St. Ambrose
Patristic Studies 20 (1930).

Sr. Mary Bridget O'Brien, R. S. M. (Sisters of Mercy, Grand Rapids, Michigan)
Titles of Address in Christian Latin Epistolography to 543 AD
Patristic Studies 21 (1930).

Sr. Mary Albania Burns, S. N. D. (Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur)
St. John Chrysostom's Homilies on the Statues: A Study of Their Rhetorical Qualities and Form
Patristic Studies 22 (1930).

Sr. Thérèse Sullivan, S. N. D. (Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur)
S. Aureli Augustini De Doctrina Christiana Liber IV: A Commentary with a Revised Text, Introduction, and Translation
Patristic Studies 23 (1930).

Sr. Mary Daniel Madden, O. S. F. (Sisters of Saint Francis, Rochester, Minnesota)
The Pagan Divinities and Their Worship as Depicted in the Works of Saint Augustine Exclusive of the City of God
Patristic Studies 24 (1930).

Sr. Margaret Gertrude Murphy, S. C. N. (Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Nazareth, Kentucky)
St. Basil and Monasticism
Patristic Studies 25 (1930).

George William Patrick Hoey, S. S. (St. Charles College, Catonsville, Maryland)
The Use of the Optative Mood in the Works of St. Gregory of Nyssa
Patristic Studies 26 (1930).

William Francis Dwyer, S. S.
The Vocabulary of Hegesippus. A Study in Latin Lexicography
Patristic Studies 27 (1931).

Sr. Marie Madeleine Getty, P. of M. (Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, St. Hyacinth, Quebec)
The Life of the North Africans as Revealed in the Sermons of Saint Augustine
Patristic Studies 28 (1930).

Sr. Mary Dorothea Diederich, S. S. N. D. (School Sisters of Notre Dame, Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Vergil in the Works of St. Ambrose
Patristic Studies 29 (1931).

Sr. Mary Theresa of the Cross Springer, S. H. N. (Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, Marylhurst, Oswego, Oregon)
Nature-Imagery in the Works of Saint Ambrose
Patristic Studies 30 (1931).

Clement Louis Hrdlicka, O. S. B. (St. Procopius Abbey, Lisle, Illinois)
A Study of the Late Latin Vocabulary and of the Preposition and Demonstrative Pronouns in the Confessions of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 31 (1931).

Sr. Mary Borromeo Dunn, O. M. (Sisters of Mercy of the Union in the United States, Province of Scranton)
The Style of the Letters of St. Gregory the Great
Patristic Studies 32 (1931).

Sr. Mary John Holman, O. S. U. (Order of Saint Ursula, Roman Union)
Nature-Imagery in the Works of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 33 (1931).

Sr. Angela Elizabeth Keenan, S. N. D. (Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur)
Thasci Caecili Cypriani De Habitu Virginum: A Commentary, with an Introduction and Translation
Patristic Studies 34 (1932).

Lois Miles Zucker (Riverdale, Maryland)
S. Ambrosii de Tobia: A Commentary, with an Introduction and Translation
Patristic Studies 35 (1933).

Mary Louise Hannan
Thasci Caecili Cypriani De Mortalitate: A Commentary, with an Introduction and Translation
Patristic Studies 36 (1933).

Rev. Daniel David Sullivan
The Life of the North Africans as Revealed in the Works of St. Cyprian
Patristic Studies 37 (1933).

Sr. Mary Frances Buttell, S. B. S. (Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People)
The Rhetoric of St. Hilary of Poitiers
Patristic Studies 38 (1933).

Br. Albertus Mahoney, C. F. X. (Xaverian Brothers)
Vergil in the Works of Prudentius
Patristic Studies 39 (1934).

Sr. M. Rosella Delaney, O. S. F. (Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis, Glen Riddle, Pennsylvania)
A Study of the Clausulae in the Works of St. Ambrose
Patristic Studies 40 (1934).

Sr. Mary Vincentia Brown, O. S. F. (Sisters of St. Francis of Mary Immaculate, Joliet, Illinois)
The Syntax of the Prepositions in the Works of St. Hilary
Patristic Studies 41 (1934).

Sr. Mary Inez Bogan, R. S. M. (Sisters of Mercy, Province of Chicago)
The Vocabulary and Style of the Soliloquies and Dialogues of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 42 (1935).

John Patrick McCormick, S. S. (St. Charles College, Catonsville, Maryland)
A Study of the Nominal Syntax and of Indirect Discourse in Hegesippus
Patristic Studies 43 (1935).

Sr. Catherine of Siena Mahoney, G. N. S. H. (Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart, Philadelphia)
The Rare and Late Latin Nouns, Adjectives, and Adverbs in St. Augustine's De Civitate Dei: A Morphological and Semasiological Study
Patristic Studies 44 (1935).

Sr. Mary Emily Keenan, S. C. N. (Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Nazareth, Kentucky)
The Life and Times of St. Augustine as Revealed in His Letters
Patristic Studies 45 (1935).

Anthony Blase Paluszak, C. P. S. (Society of the Precious Blood)
The Subjunctive in the Letters of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 46 (1935).

Raymond James Kinnavey (St. Ambrose College, Davenport, Iowa)
The Vocabulary of St. Hilary of Poitiers as Contained in Commentariius in Matthaeum, Liber I Ad Constantium, and De Trinitate: A Morphological and Semasiological Study
Patristic Studies 47 (1935).

Sr. Mary Emmanuel Mann, R. S. M. (Sisters of Mercy, Diocese of Burlington)
The Clausulae of St. Hilary of Poitiers
Patristic Studies 48 (1936).

Leo T. Phillips, C. S. V. (Clerics of St. Victor)
The Subordinate Temporal, Causal, and Adversative Clauses in the Works of St. Ambrose
Patristic Studies 49 (1937).

Rev. Daniel Christopher Fives, S. S.
The Use of the Optative Mood in the Works of Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrus
Patristic Studies 50 (1937).

Sr. Margaret Clare Herron (Sisters of Charity, Leavenworth, Kansas)
A Study of the Clausulae in the Writings of St. Jerome
Patristic Studies 51 (1937).

Sr. Mary Sarah Muldowney (Sisters of Mercy, Hartford, Connecticut)
Word-Order in the Works of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 52 (1937).

Sr. M. Bernard Schieman, O. S. U. (Ursuline Nuns, Louisville, Kentucky)
The Rare and Late Verbs in St. Augustine's De Civitate Dei: A Morphological and Semasiological Study
Patristic Studies 53 (1938).

Br. D. Thomas Gimborn, F. S. C. (La Salle College, Philadelphia)
The Syntax of the Simple Cases in St. Hilary of Poitiers
Patristic Studies 54 (1938).

Sr. M. Agnes Cecile Prendergast, O. P. (Sisters of Saint Dominic, Adrian, Michigan)
The Latinity of the De Vita Contemplativa of Julianus Pomerius
Patristic Studies 55 (1938).

Rev. John Hugh Gillis (St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia)
The Coordinating Particles in Saints Hilary, Jerome, Ambrose and Augustine. A Study in Latin Syntax and Style
Patristic Studies 56 (1938).

Sr. Margaret Mary Fox, S. N. D. (Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur)
The Life and Times of St. Basil the Great as Revealed in His Works
Patristic Studies 57 (1939).

Rev. Thomas A. Kelly, C. S. C.
Sancti Ambrosii Liber De Consolatione Valentiniani: A Text with a Translation, Introduction, and Commentary
Patristic Studies 58 (1939).

Rev. William J. Halliwell (Archdiocese of Newark)
The Style of Pope St. Leo the Great
Patristic Studies 59 (1939).

John Nicholas Hritzu
The Style of the Letters of St. Jerome
Patristic Studies 60 (1939).

Mother Myrtle Wilkins, R. S. C. J. (Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus)
Word-Order in Selected Sermons of the Fifth and Sixth Centuries
Patristic Studies 61 (1940).

Sr. M. Borromeo Carroll, O. P. (Columbus, Ohio)
The Clausulae in the Confessions of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 62 (1940).

Rev. Jose C. Pando, C. M. (Congregation of the Mission)
The Life and Times of Synesius of Cyrene as Revealed in His Works
Patristic Studies 63 (1940).

Sr. M. Rosamond Nugent, O. S. F. (Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity, Holy Family Convent, Manitowoc, Wisconsin)
Portrait of the Consecrated Woman in Greek Christian Literature of the First Four Centuries
Patristic Studies 64 (1941).

Mable Gant Murphy
Nature Allusions in the Works of Clement of Alexandria
Patristic Studies 65 (1941).

Sr. Marie Liguori Ewald, I. H. M. (Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Monroe, Michigan)
Ovid in the Contra Orationem Symmachi of Prudentius
Patristic Studies 66 (1942).

Sr. Magdeleine Mueller (Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Francis, Wisconsin)
The Vocabulary of Pope St. Leo the Great
Patristic Studies 67 (1943).

Sr. Rose de Lima Henry (Seton Hill College, Greensburg, Pennsylvania)
The Late Greek Optative and Its Use in the Writings of Gregory Nazianzen
Patristic Studies 68 (1943).

Annette Hawkins Eaton
The Influence of Ovid on Claudian
Patristic Studies 69 (1943).

Sr. M. Jamesetta Kelly, O. P. (Sisters of St. Dominic, St. Catharine, Kentucky)
Life and Times as Revealed in the Writings of St. Jerome Exclusive of His Letters
Patristic Studies 70 (1944).

Rev. William A. Maat, O. S. B. (Monk of the Order of St. Benedict, Atchison, Kansas)
A Rhetorical Study of St. John Chrysostom's De Sacerdotio
Patristic Studies 71 (1944).

Ruth Allison Brown
S. Aureli Augustini De Beata Vita. A Translation with an Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 72 (1944).

Sr. M. Monica Wagner, C. S. C. (Dunbarton College of Holy Cross, Washington, DC)
Rufinus, the Translator: A Study of his Theory and his Practice as Illustrated in his Version of the Apologetica of St. Gregory Nazianzen
Patristic Studies 73 (1945).

Sr. Mildred Dolores Tobin, C. S. C.
Orientii Commonitorium: A Commentary with an Introduction and Translation
Patristic Studies 74 (1945).

Sr. Mary Tarcisia Ball (Sisters of St. Francis, Syracuse, New York)
Nature and the Vocabulary of Nature in the Works of Saint Cyprian
Patristic Studies 75 (1946).

Richard Bartholomew Sherlock, C. M.
The Syntax of the Nominal Forms of the Verb, Exclusive of the Participle, in St. Hilary
Patristic Studies 76 (1947).

Sr. M. Josephine Brennan, I. H. M. (The Congregation of the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Scranton, Pennsylvania)
A Study of the Clausulae in the Sermons of St. Augustine
Patristic Studies 77 (1947).

Rev. Hermigild Dressler, O. F. M.
The Usage of phaskeuo and its Cognates in Greek Documents to 100 AD
Patristic Studies 78 (1947).

Sr. Thomas Aquinas Goggin (The Sisters of Charity, Halifax, Nova Scotia)
The Times of Saint Gregory of Nyssa As Reflected in the Letters and Contra Eunomium
Patristic Studies 79 (1947).

Sr. Margaret Mary Baney (The Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary)
Some Reflections on Life in North Africa in the Writings of Tertullian
Patristic Studies 80 (1948).

Robert Wilde (A Priest of the Archdiocese of New York)
The Treatment of the Jews in the Greek Christian Writers of the First Three Centuries
Patristic Studies 81 (1949).

Gerard L. Ellspermann, O. S. B. (St. Meinrad's Abbey, St. Meinrad, Indiana)
The Attitude of the Early Christian Latin Writers Toward Pagan Literature and Learning
Patristic Studies 82 (1949).

Sr. Mary Melchior Beyenka, O. P. (The American Congregation of the Most Holy Rosary, Sinsinawa, Wisconsin)
Consolation in Saint Augustine
Patristic Studies 83 (1950).

Sr. Mary Francis McDonald, O. P. (Mount Saint Mary on the Hudson, Newburgh, New York)
Saint Augustine's De Fide Rerum Quae Non Videntur: A Critical Text and Translation with Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 84 (1950).

Br. S. Dominic Ruegg, F. S. C.
Sancti Aurelii Augustini De Utilitate Ieiunii: A Text with a Translation, Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 85 (1951).

R. T. Marshall
Studies in the Political and Socio-Religious Terminology of the De Civitate Dei
Patristic Studies 86 (1952).

Joseph James Young
Studies on the Style of the De Vocatione Omnium Gentium Ascribed to Prosper of Aquitaine
Patristic Studies 87 (1952).

Br. A. Anthony Moon, F. S. C.
The De Natura Boni of Saint Augustine: A Translation with an Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 88 (1955).

Sr. Marie Vianney O'Reilly, C. S. J. (St. Louis, Missouri)
Sancti Aurelii Augustini De Excidio Urbis Romae Sermo: A Critical Text and Translation with Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 89 (1955).

Rev. Liguori G. Müller, O. F. M.
The De Haeresibus of Saint Augustine: A Translation with an Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 90 (1956).

Sr. Mary Alphonsine Lesousky, O. S. U. (Louisville, Kentucky)
The De Dono Perseverantiae of Saint Augustine: A Translation with an Introduction and a Commentary
Patristic Studies 91 (1956).

Sr. M. George Edward Conway, S. S. J. (Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia)
Thasci Caecili Cypriani de Bono Patientiae: A Translation with an Introduction and a Commentary
Patristic Studies 92 (1957).

Rev. Francis X. Gokey, S. S. E. (Society of St. Edmund)
The Terminology for the Devil and Evil Spirits in the Apostolic Fathers
Patristic Studies 93 (1961).

Rev. Edward V. Rebenack, C. M.
Thasci Caecili Cypriani De opere et eleemosynis: A Translation with an Introduction and a Commentary
Patristic Studies 94 (1962).

Charles T. Huegelmeyer, M. M.
Carmen de Ingratis S. Prosperi Aquitani: A Translation with an Introduction and a Commentary
Patristic Studies 95 (1962).

Sr. Mary William Miller, O. S. F. (The Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis, Glen Riddle, Pennsylvania)
Rufini Presbyteri Liber de Fide: A Critical Text and Translation with Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 96 (1964).

Sr. M. Kathryn Clare Krabbe, C. S. C. (Sisters of the Holy Cross)
Epistula ad Demetriadem De Vera Humilitate: A Critical Text and Translation with Introduction and Commentary
Patristic Studies 97 (1965).

Michael P. McHugh
The Carmen de Providentia Dei Attributed to Prosper of Aquitaine: A Revised Text With an Introduction, Translation, and Notes
Patristic Studies 98 (1964).

Marietta Cashen Conroy
Imagery in the Sermones of Maximus, Bishop of Turin
Patristic Studies 99 (1965).

Rev. William Theodore Wiesner, C. M. (Congregation of the Mission)
S. Ambrosii de Bono Mortis: A Revised Text with an Introduction, Translation and Commentary
Patristic Studies 100 (1971).
 

CUA Classical Studies (1925-26)*

1923

Francis Xavier Exler, O. Praem
The Form of the Ancient Greek Letter: A Study in Greek Epistolography
CUA Classical Studies 1.
Washington, DC: The Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1923.

1926

Brother Giles (Francis Joseph Mullen), C. F. X.
Greek and Latin in College Entrance and Graduation Requirements.
CUA Classical Studies 2.
Washington, DC: The Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1926.

*Though not identified as such when published, these two works were considered by Deferrari to belong to the series CUA Classical Studies, about which he comments in his Memoirs (pp. 153-54): "The first of these three series has not prospered, although this does not indicate any lack of interest or appreciation of the Classical field on the part of the members of the Department . . . The growth of each series is an indication of the preferred special interest of the students who have come to us for training. Thus the Classical Series has but two volumes accomplished as dissertations under my direction in the very early part of my career."

CUA Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature (1933-65)

Sr. Maria Walburg Fanning, S. S. J. (Sisters of St. Joseph, Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania)
Maphei Vegii Laudensis de Educatione Liberorum et Eorum Claris Moribus Libri Sex. A Critical Text, Books I-III
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 1, fasc. 1 (1933).

Sr. Anne Stanislaus Sullivan, S. S. J. (Sisters of St. Joseph, Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania)
Maphei Vegii Laudensis de Educatione Liberorum et Eorum Claris Moribus Libri Sex. A Critical Text, Books IV-VI
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 1, fasc. 2 (1936).

James Francis O'Donnell
The Vocabulary of the Letters of Saint Gregory the Great. A Study in Late Latin Lexicography
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 2 (1934).

Rev. Bernard Henry Skahill (Archdiocese of Dubuque)
The Syntax of the Variae of Cassiodorus
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 3 (1934).

Sr. Ann Julia Kinnirey, S. N. D.
The Late Latin Vocabulary of the Dialogues of St. Gregory the Great
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 4 (1935).

Bernice Virginia Wall
A Medieval Latin Version of Demetrius' de Elocutione
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 5 (1937).

Rev. Frederic A. Bieter
The Syntax of the Cases and Prepositions in Cassiodorus' Historia Ecclesiastica Tripartita
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 6 (1938).

Sr. Rose Marie Hauber, R. S. M. (Sisters of Mercy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
The Late Latin Vocabulary of the Moralia of Saint Gregory the Great. A Morphological and Semasiology Study
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 7 (1938).

Rev. David Ross Druhan, S. J.
The Syntax of Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 8 (1938).

Sr. Mary Gratia Ennis, S. S. N. D. (School Sisters of Notre Dame)
The Vocabulary of the Institutiones of Cassiodorus, with Special Advertence to the Technical Terminology and its Sources
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 9 (1939).

Br. Charles Henry Buttimer, F. S. C. (Brothers of the Christian Schools)
Hugonis de Sancto Victore Didascalicon de Studio Legendi. A Critical Text
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 10 (1939).

Sr. Kathleen Brazzel, O. S. B. (Atchison, Kansas)
The Clausulae in the Works of St. Gregory the Great
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 11 (1939).

Br. Joel Stanislaus Nelson, F. S. C. (St. Mary's College, Winona, Minnesota)
Aeneae Silvii de Liberorum Educatione. A Translation with an Introduction
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 12 (1940).

Sr. Patrick Jerome Mullins, O. P. (Sisters of Saint Dominic, Siena Heights College, Adrian Michigan)
The Spiritual Life According to Saint Isidore of Seville
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 13 (1940).

Sr. Genevieve Marie Cook, R. S. M. (Sisters of Mercy, Province of Chicago)
The Life of Saint Epiphanius by Ennodius. A Translation with an Introduction and Commentary
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 14 (1942).

Rev. Odo John Zimmerman, O. S. B.
The Vocabulary of the Variae of Cassiodorus, with Special Advertence to the Technical Terminology of Administration
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 15 (1944).

Sr. Mary Immaculate Bodenstedt, S. N. D. (Sisters of Notre Dame, Province of Toledo)
The Vita Christi of Ludolphus the Carthusian
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 16 (1944).

Sr. Mary Josephine Suelzer (Congregation of the Sisters of Providence, Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana)
The Clausulae in Cassiodorus
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 17 (1944).

Rev. Philip V. Bagan, O. S. B. (St. Martin's College, Lacey, Washington)
The Syntax of the Letters of Pope Gelasius I
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 18 (1945).

Rev. Joseph N. Garvin, C. S. C.
The Vitas Sanctorum Patrum Emeretensium: Text and Translation, with an Introduction and Commentary
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 19 (1946).

Rev. William G. Most (Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa)
The Syntax of the Vitae Sanctorum Hiberniae
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 20 (1946).

Sr. Mary Germaine McNeil (Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Los Angeles)
Simone Fidati and His De Gestis Domini Salvatoris
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 21 (1950).

Sr. Mary Isaac Jogues Rousseau (School Sisters of Notre Dame, Milwaukee)
Fulcoii Beluacensis Utriusque De Nuptiis Christi et Ecclesiae Libri Septem: Edited from the Manuscripts with Introduction and Notes
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 22 (1960).

Sr. Gertrude Joseph Donnelly (Sisters of St. Joseph, Orange, California)
A Translation of St. Thomas More's Responsio Ad Lutherum with An Introduction and Notes
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 23 (1962).

Rev. Ladislas Szymanski, O. F. M.
The Translation Procedure of Epiphanius-Cassiodorus in the Historia Tripartita, Books I and II
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 24 (1963).

Sr. M. Jordan Stallings (Sisters of Saint Francis of the Third Order Regular of the Congregation of our Lady of Lourdes, Rochester, Minnesota)
Meditaciones de Passione Christi Olim Sancto Bonaventurae Attributae: Edited from the Manuscripts with Introduction and Commentary
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin Language and Literature 25 (1965).

University Microfilms (1963-1979)

Thomas Patrick Halton
Studies in the De Providentia of Theodoret of Cyrus
1963.
DAI-24/10 (Spring 1965), p. 4181.

Richard George Kalkman
Two Sermons De Tempore Barbarico Attributed to St. Quodvultdeus, Bishop of Carthage: A Study of Text and Attribution with Translation and Commentary
1963.
DAI-24/10, (June 1968) p. 4299.

Sr. M. John Aloyse McCormick, C. R. S. N.
Iacobi de Voragine Tractatus de Libris a Beato Augustino Episcopo Editis, Edited from the Manuscripts and Unique Printing, with Introduction and Commentary
1964.
DAI-25/07 (Winter 1964), p. 4132.

Sr. John David Loughlin, S. S. J.
St. Anselm as Letter Writer
1967.
DAI-A 28/07 (Jan. 1968), p. 2660.

Francis Joseph Witty
Writing and the Book in Cassiodorus
DAI-A 28/06 (December 1967), p. 2226.

Sr. Marie Michael Keane, C. S. S. J.
Martin Hymns of the Middle Ages. A Collection and Analysis of Hymns in Honor of St. Martin of Tours up to c. 1300
1968.
DAI-A 29/11 (May 1969), p. 3989.

Sr. Therese Marie Dougherty, S. S. N. D.
St. John Fisher's De Veritate Corporis et Sanguinis Christi in Eucharistia, The Prefaces: Text and Translation, with Introduction and Notes
1969.
DAI-A 30/06 (December 1969), p. 2602.

Martin David Snyder
A Linguistic History of the Nominal Vocabulary of the Attic Orators
1969.
DAI-A 30/06 (December 1969), p. 2508.

Sr. Frances O'Brien, S. C. N.
Sancti Aurelii Augustini Sermo de Patientia: A Critical Text and Translation with Introduction and Commentary
1970.
DAI-A 31/05 (November 1970), p. 2361.

Louis Palanca
The Prose Rhythm and the Gorgianic Figures in the Sermons of St. Zeno of Verona
1970.
DAI-A 31/04 (October 1970), p. 1780.
(AAT 7019215)

Rev. James Joseph Artzer
The Imagery in the De Providentia and the Graecarum Affectionum Curatio of Theodoret of Cyr
1971.
DAI-A 31/10 (April 1971), p. 5380.

Rev. Stanislaus Ceglar
William of Saint Thierry: The Chronology of His Life with a Study of His Treatise On The Nature of Love, His Authorship of the Brevis Commentatio, the In Lacu, and the Reply To Cardinal Matthew
1971.
DAI-A 32/04 (October 1971), p. 2052.

Rev. Msgr. Paul Francis Donelin
Cassiodori Senatoris Complexiones in Epistulis Sancti Pauli: A Critical Text and Commentary
1971.
DAI-A 32/02 (August 1971), p. 916.

John D. Anderson
The Aenigma Fidei of William of St. Thiery, Translation and Commentary
1972.
DAI-A 32/09 (March 1972), p. 5208.

Sharon Kelly Heyob
The Cult of Isis among Women in the Greco-Roman World
1973.
DAI-A 34/03 (September 1973), p. 1262.

Leonard P. Wencis
The Social Significance of Youth in Greek New Comedy
1973.
DAI-A 33/11 (May 1973), p. 6334.

Rev. Robert S. Pittman
The Marian Homilies of Hesychius of Jerusalem
1974.
DAI-A 34/11 (May 1974), p. 7210.

Rev. Robert Anthony Antczak
John Pecham and the Postilla Super Johannem
1975.
DAI-A 36/03 (September 1975), p. 1490.

Vincent T. Tanzola
A Comparative Study of the Cardinal Virtues in Cicero's De Officiis and Ambrose's De Officiis Ministrorum
1975.
DAI-A 36/04 (October 1975), p. 2185.

Rev. Joseph C. Schnaubelt, O. S. A.
Andrea Biglia (?1395-1435), Augustinian Hermit and Christian Humanist: A Critical Edition of Four Orations with Introduction, Translations, Commentary, and Appendixes
1976.
DAI-A 37/03 (September 1976) p. 1527.

Myra Ellen Bowers
The Liber Manualis of Dhuoda: Advice of a Ninth-Century Mother for her Sons. Edited with an Introduction and Translation
1977.
DAI-A 38/04 (October 1977), p. 2097.

William Andrew Prost
The eidolon of Helen: Diachronic Edition of a Myth
1977.
DAI-A 38/04 (October 1977), p. 2100.

Rev. John Michael Beers, O. S. F. S.
A Critical Edition of Troyes, Bib. Mun. MS. 658: Explanatio Super Hymnos quibus Utitur Ordo Cisterciensis
1978.
DAI-A 39/05 (November 1978), p. 2922.

Theodore Constantine Papaloizos
Gerontius's Sanctae Melaniae Junioris Vita: Translation with Introduction, Notes, and Commentary
1978.
DAI-A 38/11 (May 1978), p. 6697.