MINNESOTA ASSOCIATION FOR PATRISTIC STUDIES (MAPS)
MAPS was founded in 2009 to promote the study of “patristics,” broadly conceived. It brings together scholars from various institutions around Minnesota to explore the history, literature, thought, theology, and practices of early and late-antique Christianity from the first century onward. We meet at the University of St. Thomas three times per semester in a seminar format to discuss either the work of MAPS members; other scholarly articles, chapters, or essays whether recently published or classic; or primary sources in translation. MAPS is currently organized by Mark DelCogliano (University of St. Thomas). Please contact him if you would like to be a part of this group.
Roman temple in Evora, Portugal. Photo by Corrine Carvalho