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Stephen Langton, following in the footsteps of Peter Lombard, remade not only medieval theology but also the medieval schools by redoing Jerome's famous prologues to the Latin Bible. An Englishman who went as a lad from near Lincoln to Paris and then returned to England as Archbishop of Canterbury after nearly half a century of learning and teaching, Langton connected Paris, its schools and university, to English schools and universities in ways never before suspected by scholars. It turns out that Langton was not only a great Church leader and diplomat but was arguably the leading English intellectual of his generation, the man at the centre of the greatest developments of his age, from the securing the of Magna Carta to the founding of the University of Paris.

Mark Clark (John C. and Gertrude P.Hubbar Professor of Medieval Church History and Theology, John C. and Gertrude P.Hubbar Professor of Medieval Church History and Theology, The Catholic University of America), Joshua Benson (Professor of Theology, Professor of Theology, The Catholic University of America)

Mark Clark is the John C. and Gertrude P. Hubbar Professor of Medieval Church History and Theology at The Catholic University of America. Serving on editorial boards for CUA Press and for PIMS Press at the University of Toronto, he is currently editing and writing on works spanning the entirety of the High Middle Ages. Joshua Benson is a leading expert on Franciscan theology. Previously a tenured professor at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., Dr. Benson left to serve as Chair of the Theology Department of St. Bonaventure University for several years but recently returned to Catholic University to be able to teach graduate students.

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