Sonntag 22. Oktober 2017

Prof. Dr. Nelson H. Minnich

The Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.

School of Theology and Religious Studies

620 Michigan Ave., N.E.

WashingtonDC 20064

 

http://history.cua.edu/faculty/Minnich/ 

Curriculum Vitae

  • Boston College (Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, 1963-65: Philosophy),
  • Studien an der Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1959-63: Humanities), Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, 1963-65: BA in Philosophy 1965, MA in History 1966.
  • Studium der Theologie an der Pontificia Università Gregoriana 1968-70, Bakkalaureat 1970.

  • Studium der Geschichte an der Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1970-77), dort Dr. phil. mit der Dissertation Episcopal Reform at the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17).

  • 1966-68 Lehrauftrag als Instructor in World and American History and in Civics an der Loyola Academy (Wilmette, Illinois).

  • 1972-73 Teaching Assistant und 1974-77 Teaxhing Fellow an der Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts).

  • 1977-83 Assistant Professor an der Catholic University of America (Washington, D.C.).

  • 1983-93 Associate Professor.

  • Seit 1993 Full Professor im Departments of History and Church History. 

Mitgliedschaften

Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • The Catholic Reformation: Council, Churchmen, Controversies, Aldershot u.a., 1993 (= Variorum Collected Studies Series).
  • The Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17): Studies on its Membership, Diplomacy and Proposals for Reform, Aldershot u.a., 1993 (= Variorum Collected Studies Series).
  • The Controversies with Alberto Pio, translated by D. J. Sheerin, annotated by Nelson H. Minnich and D. J. Sheerin, Toronto 2005 (= Collected Works of Erasmus 84).
  • The Councils of the Catholic Reformation: Pisa I (1409) to Trent (1545-63), Aldershot u.a. 2008 (= Variorum Collected Studies Series).
  • The Decrees of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17): Their Legitimacy. Origins, Contents, and Implementation, New York – Abingdon, Oxon, UK 2016 (= Variorum Collected Studies Series).

Herausgeberschaft

  • The Catholic Historical Review, Associate Editor (1977-90, 2003-05), Advisory Editor (1991-2003), Editor (2005- ).          
  • Melville Studies in Church History (Washington, D.C.), 1988-2002.
  • Encyclopedia of the Renaisssance, general editor Paul F. Grendler, associate editor for church history materials Nelson H. Minnich, 6 vols., New York 1999, mit über 80 eigenen Beiträgen.
  • Centennial Retrospective: The Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 101: Centennial Issue 2015, No. 2, Washington 2015.
  • Journeys in Church History: Essays from the Catholic Historical Review, Washington, 2015.

Aufsätze

  • Concepts of Reform Proposed at the Fifth Lateran Council, in: Archivum Historiae Pontificiae 7 (1969) 163-251 (ND in: The Fifth Lateran Council).
  • mit H. W. Pfeiffer: Two Woodcuts of Lateran V, in: Archivum Historiae Pontificiae 8 (1970) 179-214.
  • The Participants at the Fifth Lateran Council, in: Archivum Historiae Pontificiae 12 (1974) 157-206 (ND in: The Fifth Lateran Council).
  • The Orator of Jerusalem at Lateran V, in: Orientalia Christiana Periodica 40 (1974) 364-376 (ND in: The Catholic Reformation).
  • `Incipiat Iudicium a Domo Domini’: The Fifth Lateran Council and the Reform of Rome, in: Reform and Authority in the Medieval and Reformation Church, hg.v. G. F. Lytle, Washington, D.C. 1981, 127-142 (ND in: Reprinted in The Catholic Reformation).
  • mit H. W. Pfeiffer: De Grassi’s `Conciliabulum’ at Lateran V: The De Gargiis Woodcut of Lateran V Re-Examined, in: Archivum Historiae Pontificiae 19 (1981) 147-172.
  • Girolamo Massaino: Another Conciliarist at the Papal Court, Julius II to Adrian VI, in: Studies in Catholic History in Honor of John Tracy Ellis, hg. v. N. H. Minnich - R. B. Eno - R. Trisco, Wilmington, Del. 1985, 520-565.
  • Erasmus and the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17), in: Erasmus of Rotterdam, The Man and the Scholar: Proceedings of the Symposium Held at the Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 9-11, November 1986, hg. v. J. Sperna Weiland - W.Th. M. Frijhoff, Leiden 1988, 46-60 (ND in: The Catholic Reformation).
  • The Voice of Theologians in General Councils from Pisa to Trent, in: Theological Studies 59 (1998) 420-41.
  • The Proposals for an Episcopal College at Lateran V, in: Ecclesia Militans: Studien zur Konzilien und Reformationsgeschichte. Remigius Bäumer zum 70. Geburtstag gewidmet, hg. v. W. Brandmüller - H. Immenkötter - E. Iserloh, vol. 1, Paderborn 1988), 213-232 (ND in: The Fifth Lateran Council).
  • Prophecy and the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17), in: Prophetic Rome in the High Renaissance Period, hg. v. M. E. Reeves, Oxford 1992, 63-87.
  • `Wie in dem Basilischen concilio den Bohemen gescheen’? The Status of Protestants at the Council of Trent, in: The Contentious Triangle: Church, State, and University. A Festschrift in Honor of Professor George Huntston Williams, hg. v. R. L. Petersen - C. A. Pater, Kirkville, MO 1999 (= Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies 51), 201-219.
  • The Last Two Councils of the Catholic Reformation: The Influence of Lateran V on Trent, in: Early Modern Catholicism: Essays in Honour of John W. O'Malley, S.J., hg. v. K. M. Comerford - H. M. Pabel, Toronto 2001, 3-25.
  • The First Printed Editions of the Modern Councils: from Konstanz to Lateran V (1499-1526), in: Annali dell’Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento 29 (2003) 447-468.
  • “The Images of Julius II in the Acta of the Councils of Pisa-Milan-Asti-Lyons (1511-12) and Lateran V (1512-17), in: Giulio II. Papa, politico, mecenate, Savona, Fortezza del Priamar, Sala della Sibilla, 25-26-27 marzo 2004. Atti del Convegno, hg. v. G. Rotondi Terminiello - G. Nepi, Genova, 2005, 79-90.
  • Julius II and Leo X as Presidents of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-1517), in: La Papauté à la Renaissance, hg. v. F. Alazard - F. La Branca, Paris 2007, 153-166.
  • The Priesthood of All Believers at the Council of Trent, in: The Jurist 67 (2007) 341-363.
  • Councils of the Catholic Reformation: A Historical Survey, in: The Church, the Councils, and Reform: The Legacy of the Fifteenth Century, hg. v. G. Christianson -Th. M. Izbicki - Chr. M. Bellitto. Washington, D.C. 2008, 27-59.
  • The Official Edition of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17), in: Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law, Washington, D.C., 1-7 August 2004, hg. v. U. R. Blumenthal - K. Pennington - A. A. Larson, Vatican City 2008, 965-978.
  • Rite Convocare ac Congregare Procedereque: The Struggle Between the Councils of Pisa-Milan-Asti-Lyon and Lateran V, in: The Councils of the Catholic Reformation, 1-54.
  • The Fifth Lateran Council and Preventive Censorship of Printed Books, in: Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Classe di Lettere e Filosofia, serie 5, vol. 2 (June 2010), 67-104.

  • Lateranense V, in: Conciliorum oecumenicorum generaliumque decreta, hg. v. G. Alberigo - A. Melloni, vol. 3, Turnhout 2013, 1317-1455.
  • Cos’è un Concilio Ecumenico? Il dibattito storiografico contemporaneo sulla ratio universalitatis dei Concili alla luce delle riflessione cinquecentesca del teologo Roberto Bellarmino e del canonista Domenico Giacobazzi, in: Storia dei concilii ecumenici: attori, canoni, eredità, hg. v. O. Bucci - P. Piatti, Roma 2014, 13-35.
  • Das Fünfte Laterankonzil als geistliches Spiel zur Demonstration päpstlicher Macht, in: Ekklesiologische Alternativen? Monarchischer Papat und Formen kollegialer Kirchenleitung (15. – 20. Jahrhundert, hg. v. B. Schmidt - Hubert Wolf Münster 2013 (= Symbolische Kommunikation und gesellschaftliche Wertesysteme, Schriftenreihe des Sonderforschungsberichs 496, 42), 101-120.
  • Egidio Antonini da Viterbo, the Reform of Religious Orders, and the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-1517), in: Egidio da Viterbo, cardinale agostiniano, tra Roma e l’Europa del Rinascimento: Atti del Convegno, Viterbo 22-23 settembre 2012, Roma, 26-28 settembre 2012, hg. v. M. Chiabò - R. Ronzani - A. M. Vitale, Roma 2013, 215-266.

Beiträge im Annuarium Historiae Conciliorum

  • The Healing of the Pisan Schism (1511-13), in: AHC 16 (1984) 59-192 (überarb. ND in: The Fifth Lateran Council).
  • The Function of Sacred Scripture in the Decrees of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17), in: AHC 18 (1986) 319-329 (ND in: The Fifth Lateran Council).

  • The Debate between Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam and Alberto Pio of Carpi on the Use of Sacred Images, in: AHC 20 (1988) 379-413 (ND in: The Catholic Reformation).

  • The Reform Proposals (1513) of Stefano Taleazzi for the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17), in: AHC 27/28 (1995/96) 543-70.
  • The Changing Status of the Theologians in the General Councils of the West: Pisa (1409) to Trent (1545-63), in: AHC 30 (1998) 196-229.
  • Councils of the Catholic Reformation (Pisa I to Trent): An Historiographical Survey, in: AHC 32 (2000) 303-337.
  • The Role of the Schools of Theology in the Councils of the Late Medieval and Renaissance Periods: Konstanz to Lateran V, in: AHC 35 (2003), 5-85 (ND in: I Padri e le scuole teologiche nei concili, a cura di J. Grohe - J. Leal - V. Reale, Città del Vaticano 2006, 59-95).

  • The Decree Inter multiplices of Lateran V on Montes pietatis, in: AHC 38 (2006) 415-440.
  • The Legitimacy of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17), in: AHC 40 (2008) 167-194.
  • The Implementation of Lateran V by the Milanese Councils of San Carlo Borromeo, in: AHC 42 (2010) 75-84.
  • The Closing of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17), in: AHC 45 (2013) 18-58.
  • Teutonic Knights and Poland at the Fifth Lateran Council, in: AHC 46 (2014) 191-224.

Schwerpunkte:

  • Geschichte der Renaissance
  • Reformationsgeschichte
  • Konziliengeschichte, besonders Geschichte des V. Laterankonzils
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