Studies in Eastern Orthodoxy
Editors: René Gothóni Graham Speake
This series is concerned with Eastern Orthodox Christianity in its various manifestations. Originating as the church of the East Roman or Byzantine empire, Eastern Orthodoxy comprises the group of churches that owe allegiance to the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Constantinople. The Orthodox Church has exercised unparalleled influence over the history, thought, and culture of the region and remains one of the most dynamic and creative forces in Christendom today. The series will publish studies in English, both monographs and edited collections, in all areas of social, cultural, and political activity in which the Orthodox Church can be seen to have played a major role.
Neagoe Basarab – Princeps ChristianusThe Semantics of 'Christianitas' in Comparison with Erasmus, Luther and Machiavelli (1513–1523)Volume 6©2021 Postdoctoral Thesis 462 Pages
Orthodoxy and EcumenismTowards an Active <i>Metanoia<i>Volume 4©2019 Monographs 286 Pages
Knowledge and Experience in the Theology of Gregory PalamasVolume 3©2018 Monographs 234 Pages
Christe Eleison!The Invocation of Christ in Eastern Monastic Psalmody c. 350-450Volume 2©2014 Monographs 253 Pages
Introduction to Kalophony, the Byzantine «Ars Nova»The «Anagrammatismoi» and «Mathēmata» of Byzantine ChantVolume 1©2015 Monographs 354 Pages