Heretic Blood: The Spiritual Geography of Thomas Merton (1998)
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- Floppy disks
- ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY
This book was written by Michael W. Higgins and published in 1998 by Stoddart Publishing Co. Ltd. of Toronto, Canada. This book re-examines the life and body of Merton's work by comparing Merton to his intellectual and spiritual hero, William Blake.
SCOPE AND CONTENTS
This sub-series of records for the book "Heretic Blood: The Spiritual Geography of Thomas Merton" includes typescripts, drafts, working papers, research material, correspondence, a press release, publicity and marketing material, contracts, reviews, newspaper articles, permissions to use copyrighted material, book launch records including the musical score for "Song: Contemplation", and promotional material for subsequent guest lectures and readings.
The records are arranged by subject.
- Accruals: No further accruals are expected.
There is also a series of audio cassette tapes for "Heretic Blood: An Audiobiography of Thomas Merton" prepared for the 3-part series on CBC Radio's Ideas program. They aired in December, 1998 and again in both June, 1999 and December, 1999.
- Date of Publication
- Personal Name(s)
- Higgins, Michael W. ; Merton, Thomas ; Blake, William
- Corporate Name(s)
- St. Jerome's University ; Stoddart Publishing Co. Ltd.
- St.Jerome’s College records
- Language of Item
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 43.4694629930038 Longitude: -80.5461678844833
- Physical Description
- 34 cm. of textual records; 1 computer disk; 1 photograph.
- Copyright Statement
- Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
- Recommended Citation
- SJU Archives
- Location of Original
- By permission of the Librarian.
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St. Jerome's University is located in Waterloo, Ontario, and is situated in the University of Waterloo. It was founded as St. Jerome's College in 1865 by the Congregation of the Resurrection. In 1959, it was granted university status and changed its name to the University of St. Jerome's College. It has been federated with the University of Waterloo since 1960. In 1998, the name was officially changed to St. Jerome's University.