A correspondent has drawn my attention to a treasure online: a site maintained by Matthieu Cassin, which consists of a bibliography of articles about Gregory of Nyssa, in reverse date order.
What makes this special is that some of the articles are linked. This includes translations of texts by the man himself:
M. Cassin, « Grégoire de Nysse, Sur la divinité du Fils et de l’Esprit et sur Abraham », Conférence 29, 2009, p. 581-611.
and this interesting article, which also discusses the titles and chapter divisions of Gregory’s work against Eunomius. Whether the chapter divisions are authorial in late antique texts is a discussion which remains to be clarified, but the paper contributes to it.
M. Cassin, « Text and context : the importance of scholarly reading. Gregory of Nyssa, Contra Eunomium », dans S. Douglass, M. Ludlow (éd.), Reading the Church Fathers, Londres, 2011, p. 109-131 et 161-165.
There are other treasures too:
P. Géhin, « Fragments patristiques syriaques des Nouvelles découvertes du Sinaï », Collectanea Christiana Orientalia 6, 2009, p. 67-93.
P. Géhin, « Manuscrits sinaïtiques dispersés II : les fragments théologiques syriaques de Milan (Chabot 34-57) », Oriens christianus 91, 2007, p. 1-24.
although some of the links are just to pay-journals, unfortunately, or to Google books.
There are further interesting items linked from his CV, among them:
A. Binggeli, M. Cassin, « Recenser la tradition manuscrite des textes grecs : du Greek Index Project à Pinakes », dans La descrizione dei manoscritti : esperienze a confronto, éd. E. Crisci, M. Maniaci, P. Orsini, (Studi e ricerche del Dipartimento di filologia e storia 1), Cassino, 2010, p. 91-106.
2 thoughts on “A bibliography of scholarship on Gregory of Nyssa”
Dear Roger Pearse,
Thanks a lot for your so kind post ! I’m one of the many followers of your blog and website and have learned a lot from your work. It is a great honor to gain encouragement from you.
With all my thanks,
Dear Dr Cassin,
Thank you very much for your kind comment. You have produced a marvellous site, even if you never do any more to it. Thank you!
All the best,