The 'Finding Augustine' project is producing a rich and readily accessible bibliographical collection concerning Augustine of Hippo and his legacy. This is the product of a unique international collaboration between institutions of higher learning in Europe and America.'Finding Augustine' is a joint effort between the Augustinian Historical Institute (Belgium) and Villanova University, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.. Most publications in this bibliography, whether they are books, collections or articles, are organized according to a set of categories which make it possible to locate individual items according to any one of the several significant topics or ideas contained in the catalog.
Originally published in French, this extended taxonomy is already partially translated in other languages. Where the translation of the key words or tags is not yet completed, the original language is used – for the time being.
‘Finding Augustine’ preferred to make the complete catalog – with all of its rich complexity – available now for academic and popular scientific research and information retrieval. Since not all of the data has yet been double-checked by one of the project’s editors, the already-verified entries have been marked with a green status indicator.
The editors welcome each and every correction when you find that some of the published information is incorrect.
Go to: http://www.findingaugustine.org Resources
The Works of Saint Augustine: A translation for the Twentieth First Century. In 1990, New City Press, in conjunction with the Augustinian Heritage Institute, began translating Saint Augustine's entire corpus into English. At that time, English was the only major Western language into which the Complete Works had not yet been attempted. Existing translations were often archaic or faulty, and the scholarship was outdated. Augustine's writings are useful to anyone interested in patristics, church history, and theology. New City Press is proud to offer the best modern translations available. St. Augustine's complete works will be translated into 49 volumes. By 2016 over 40 of a projected 49 volumes in the series had been translated and published by NCP.http://www.newcitypress.com/the-works-of-saint-augustine-1.html