|Moreana: Bulletin Thomas More|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Discipline||Biography, church history|
|Edited by||Marie-Claire Phélippeau|
Amici Thomae Mori (France)
Moreana is a quarterly academic journal dedicated to publishing contributions to the study of the life, times, and writings of Thomas More. It began publication in September 1963 as the journal of the Association Amici Thomae Mori, founded in Brussels the previous year, and was based at the Université Catholique de l'Ouest (Angers, France). For the first twenty-five years, the editor was Germain Marc'hadour. The current editor is Marie-Claire Phélippeau (Lycée Joffre, Montpellier).
- Richard L. DeMolen, review of the 100th issue, The Catholic Historical Review 76:4 (1990), p. 847.
- Review of the 100th issue in Études Anglaises 45:2 (1992), pp. 202-204.
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