Anselm Strittmatter, O.S.B.

Fellow: Awarded 1932

Field of Study: Medieval Literature

Fellow: Awarded 1937

Field of Study: Medieval Literature

Competition: US & Canada

Born: 04-29-1894

Died: 03-18-1978

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1931–32:

STRITTMATTER, ANSELM:  Appointed to prepare a critical edition of Codex Barberinianus graecus 336 in the Vatican Library, the oldest Byzantine Euchology known to be extant; tenure, ten months from October 15, 1932.

Born April 29, 1894, at Paterson, New Jersey. Education:  Columbia University, B.A., 1919; University of Chicago, M.A., 1920; Harvard University, 1920–22; Sulpician Seminary, Washington, D. C., 1927–29, ordained, 1929.

Instructor in Greek and Latin, Columbia University, 1923–25; Assistant in Classics, Catholic University of America, 1927–29; Instructor in Religion, Trinity College, Washington, D. C., 1931–32.

Publications: Articles and reviews in the American Ecclesiastical Review, Classical Journal, Classical Weekly, Orientalia Christiana, Speculum.


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