Curriculum Vitae - School of Theology and Religious Studies

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Curriculum Vitae - School of Theology and Religious Studies
Brief Research CV, last updated February 10, 2014.
Mark Clark
A brief Research Curriculum Vitae
Education
• Columbia University, Ph.D. (2002)
• Duke University, J.D. (Elvin R. Latty Scholar, Class of 1981)
• University of Florida, B.A. (Phi Beta Kappa, 1978)
Academic employment
• Associate Professor, The Catholic University of America, Fall 2012-present
• Visiting Scholar, The University of Padua, Summer 2012
• Associate Professor, Christendom College, 2007-2011 (recruited as Associate Professor
in 2007)
• Tutor, Thomas Aquinas College, 2001-2007 (tenure granted 2005)
Dissertation
• “A Study of Peter Comestor’s Method in his Historia Genesis.”
Publications
• “Le cours d’Étienne Langton sur l’Histoire scolastique de Pierre le Mangeur: le fruit
d’une tradition unifiée”, in Pierre de Troyes, dit Pierre le Mangeur, maître du XIIe siècle,
éd. G. Dahan. Bibliothèque d'histoire culturelle du moyen âge. (Turnhout: Brepols,
2013), 243-266;
• “The commentaries of Stephen Langton on the Historia scholastica of Peter Comestor”,
dans Étienne Langton: Prédicateur, bibliste, théologien, ed. Louis-Jacques Bataillon,
Gilbert Dahan, et Riccardo Quinto (cur.), Actes du Colloque International Étienne
Langton; Bibliothèque d’histoire culturelle du Moyen Âge (Turnhout: Brepols, 2010):
373-393;
• “Peter Comestor and Stephen Langton: Master and Student, and Co-makers of the
Historia scholastica.” Medioevo 35 (2010): 123-150;
• “Glossing Genesis 1.2 in the Twelfth Century, or How Andrew of St. Victor and Peter
Comestor dealt with the Intersection of nova and vetera in the Biblical Glossa ordinaria.”
Sacris erudiri 46 (2007): 241-286;
• “Stephen Langton and Hugh of St. Cher on Peter Comestor’s Historia scholastica: the
Lombard’s Sentences and the problem of common sources.” Recherches de Théologie et
Philosophie Médiévales (LXXIV, 1, 2007): 63-117;
• “Peter Comestor” and “Stephen Langton,” in Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters,
edited by Donald McKim, InterVarsity Press Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters
(2007);
• “How to edit Peter Comestor’s Historia Genesis.” Revue Bénédictine 116 (June, 2006):
83-91;
• “Peter Comestor and Peter Lombard: Brothers in Deed.” Traditio 60 (2005): 85-142;
• “The Commentaries on Peter Comestor’s Historia scholastica of Stephan Langton,
Pseudo-Langton, and Hugh of St. Cher.” Sacris erudiri 44 (2005): 301-446.
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Brief Research CV, last updated February 10, 2014.
Accepted for Publication
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Peter Comestor’s Historia scholastica and the Biblical Glossa ordinaria.” Medioevo
(forthcoming, 2014);
“Faith as a Virtue in the Gospel lectures of Peter Comestor and Stephen Langton.” Archa
Verbi, Subsidia 12, ed. Marco Forlivesi, Riccardo Quinto (Münster: Aschendorff, 2014):
53-72;
“The Glosae super Iohannem, Peter Comestor’s lectures on the Glossed John,
Comestor’s Opening Paraphrase of the Historia scholastica, and Langton’s Course on the
History: John’s Prologue Revisited,” ed. Fabrizio Amerini, Münster, Aschendorff
(forthcoming, 2014);
The University or “Langton” Edition of Peter Comestor’s Historia scholastica: Latin
Text and English Translation with Introduction. Critical editions to be published by PIMS
Press in four volumes (forthcoming, 2015-2023);
Stephen Langton’s Course on Peter Comestor’s Historia scholastica (including a
complete, pre-1176 lecture course, a pre-1176 revision, and a magisterial, pre-1193
revision as well as the comprehensive course founded thereon by Pseudo-Langton (circa
1225). Critical editions to be published by PIMS Press in one volume concurrently with
the final volume of the Historia scholastica itself (forthcoming, 2025).
Submitted for Publication
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The Making of the Historia scholastica: 1150-1200, submitted to PIMS Press (Medieval
Law and Theology Series), May, 2013, reviewed by editorial committee, revised, and
resubmitted in August, 2013;
“The Biblical Gloss, the Search for the Lombard’s Glossed Bible, and the School of
Paris, submitted to Mediaeval Studies, September, 2013;
Work in progress
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“Peter Comestor: the Christian Josephus,” article to be submitted in 2014;
“Theology without the Bible: Peter Comestor, the Subordination of Scripture, and the
Ascendancy of Gloss in the Twelfth Century,” article to be submitted in 2014;
“Comestor’s Lectures on the Glossed Gospels: the Hunt for the Lombard’s Glossed
Bible,” article to be submitted in 2014;
“Jesus as Magister: the Jesus of the Parisian Schools in the Twelfth Century,” article to
be submitted in 2014;
“Stephen Langton and the Hunt for the Lombard’s Glossed Bible,” article to be submitted
in 2015;
Petri Comestoris Historia Genesis, Latin text with Introduction, solicited by and to be
submitted to PIMS Press by October, 2015;
Peter Comestor’s History of Genesis, English translation of Peter Comestor’s Historia
Genesis, with Introduction, solicited by and to be submitted to PIMS Press by October,
2015;
Petri Comestoris Historia Evangelica, Latin text with Introduction, solicited by and to be
submitted to PIMS Press by October, 2017;
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Brief Research CV, last updated February 10, 2014.
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Peter Comestor’s Evangelical History, English translation of Peter Comestor’s Historia
Genesis, with Introduction, solicited by and to be submitted to PIMS Press by October,
2017;
The Lombard’s Glossed Bible, monograph under way;
Critically editing Bk II of the Summa theologiae of Praepositinus towards producing a
critical edition of all four books in collaboration with Professor Stephen Brown of Boston
College for Brepols Publishers;
Fascicles on Saint Ambrose, Saint Augustine, Saint Gregory the Great, and St. Jerome.
To appear in the Catalogus translationum et commentariorum project;
Long-term commitments
• Producing critical editions of Peter Comestor’s Gospel commentaries for PIMS;
• Producing a critical edition of the Summa theologiae of Praepositinus for the Corpus
Christianorum (continuatio medievalis) series of Brepols Publishers.
Selected Presentations
• “The Making and Use of Peter Comestor’s Historia scholastica: the First University
Textbook,” presented May 3, 2013 at the Institut für ÖsterreichischeGeschichtsforschung
in Vienna, Austria;
• “Étienne Langton et Pierre le Mangeur, ou Comment l’Historia scholastica est devenue
le texte de base pour l’étude de la Bible”, presented September 13, 2011 at the Colloque
international Pierre le Mangeur at Troyes, Médiathèque de l’Agglomération Troyenne.,
hosted by Médiathèque de l’Agglomération Troyenne, l’Institut d’études augustiniennes
(Laboratoire d’étude des monothéismes UMR 8584), et les CNRS/EPHE;
• “Faith as a Virtue: the Gospel lectures of Peter Comestor and Stephen Langton,”
presented at the IGTM conference, hosted by the University of Padua, July 2011;
• “Peter Comestor’s Lectures on the Gospels,” presented at the PMR conference, hosted by
Villanova University, October 2008;
• “The Making of the Historia scholastica: the problem and the opportunity of the socalled ‘notes’ to the History,” presented to the Boston Colloquy in Historical Theology,
hosted by Boston College, August 2008;
• “Rivaling the Lombard’s Sentences: Comestor’s Historia scholastica as a fundamental
textbook in Theology,” paper delivered at the International Congress on Medieval Studies
at Kalamazoo, May, 2007;
• “Les commentaires d Étienne Langton sur l’Histoire scolastique de Pierre le
Mangeur,” delivered at the Colloque international Étienne Langton prédicateur, bibliste et
théologien in Paris, at the Centre d’études du Saulchoir, 13-15 Septembre 2006.
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