Dr. Traver's Faculty Page



Andrew Traver

Position:Professor of History

Fields of Study: Ancient and Medieval History

Classes usually taught: HIST 409 History of Ancient Greece, HIST 410 History of Ancient Rome, HIST 416 The Early Middle Ages, HIST 418 The Later Middle Ages

Office Room number: Fayard 341

Office phone number: (985) 549-5378

E-mail: atraver@southeastern.edu

Faculty Web Site: http://www.selu.edu/Academics/Faculty/atraver/

Education: Ph.D., University of Toronto, 1996; M.S.L., Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, 1993; M.A., University of Toronto, 1990; B.A., Eckerd College, 1989

Awards:

  • Faye Warren Reimers Distinguished Professor of the Humanities Award for Excellence in Research, College of Arts and Sciences, 2004
  • President's Award for Excellence in Research, 2004

Publications: Books

  • The Ancient World: An Interdisciplinary Biographical Dictionary c. 800 B.C.-500 A.D. The Interdisciplinary Biographical History Series. v. 1. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001.
  • The Opuscula of William of Saint-Amour in Beitr�ge zur Geschichte der Philosophie und Theologie des Mittelalters v. 63. M�nster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2003.
  • John Duns Scotus, Quaestiones super libros Perihermenias Aristotelis edd. R. Andrews, G. Etzkorn, G. G�l, R. Green, T. Noone, R. Plevano, A. Traver, and R. Wood and Quaestiones super librum Elenchorum Aristotelis edd. R. Andrews, O. Bychkov, S. Ebbesen, G. Etzkorn, G. G�l, R. Green, T. Noone, R. Plevano, and A. Traver in Opera philosophica B. Ioannis Duns Scoti v. 2. St. Bonaventure, NY/Washington, D.C.: The Franciscan Institute Press/The Catholic University of America, 2004.
  • John Duns Scotus, Quaestiones supersecundum et tertium libros De anima Aristotelis edd. B. Baz�n, K. Emery Jr., R. Green, T. Noone, R. Plevano, and A. Traver. Opera philosophica B. Ioannis Duns Scoti vol. 5. St. Bonaventure, NY/Washington, D.C.: The Franciscan Institute Press/The Catholic University of America, 2004.

Articles:

  • "The Forging of an Intellectual Defense of Mendicancy in the Medieval University," in The Origin, Development, and Refinement of Medieval Religious Mendicancies Ed. Donald Prudlo. Leiden: Brill, 2011, 157-196.

  • "Intellectual Relations between the University of Paris and the Latin Empire of
    Constantinople,"ATINER 2 (2005).
  • "An Anonymous Fifteenth-Century Commentary on De anima in Uppsala, Bibl. Univ. C.627,"Manuscripta 45/6 (2001/2002).
  • "The Liber de Antichristo and the Failure of Joachite Expectations,"Florensia 14 (2001): 87-98.
  • "Thomas of York's Role in the Conflict Between Mendicants and Seculars at Paris," Franciscan Studies 57 (1999):1-24.
  • "The Reportatio of St. Bonaventure's Disputed Question De mendicitate,"Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 83 (1999):3-14.
  • "Rewriting History?: The Parisian Secular Masters' Apologia of 1254," History of Universities 15 (1997-9):9-45.
  • Secular and Mendicant Masters of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Paris, 1505-23,"The Sixteenth Century Journal 26 (1995):137-155.
  • "William of Saint-Amour's Two Disputed Questions De quantitate eleemosynae and De valido mendicante," Archives d'histoire doctrinale et litteraire du moyen �ge 62 (1995):295-342.

Works in Progress

  • An edition and translation of Nicholas of Lisieux's Contra Pecham et Thomam
    A critical edition of John Duns Scotus' Reportatio parisiensis I-A, I-B, and I-C-D.