Stephen M. Metzger

Stephen M. Metzger, Ph.D., is a collaborator on the research project to edit the Franciscan theologian John Duns Scotus's Parisian lectures on the Sentences of Peter Lombard. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame's Medieval Institute, and his two-volume book Gerard of Abbeville, Secular Master, on Knowledge, Wisdom and Contemplation was published last year.

Articles

  1. Advocata Nostra and the Devil's Due

    Stephen Metzger, PhD ND Medieval Institute, investigates the meaning and purpose of calling the Blessed Virgin Mary our advocate, especially during Advent.

    Mary Punching Devil

  2. The Catholic Imaginings of Jimmy Buffett

    Stephen Metzger, Notre Dame Medieval Institute PhD and schoolteacher, finds inspiration for Catholic education in the songs and biography of Jimmy Buffett.

    Margaritaville

  3. We Have Never Been Medieval

    Stephen Metzger, Ph.D. Notre Dame Medieval Institute, explodes the unexamined assumptions of modernity by extending Bruno Latour's argument into the "Middle Ages."

    Lose Head Medieval