Sister Mary Aquinas Devlin, O.P.

Sister Mary Aquinas Devlin, O.P.

Fellow: Awarded 1930
Field of Study: Medieval Literature

Competition: US & Canada

Rosary College

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1929–30:

Devlin, Sister Mary Aquinas:  Appointed to edit the sermons of Bishop Thomas Brunton, court preacher during the reign of Edward III and Richard II; and to study from unpublished records of the life of Bishop Brunton and his influence upon England of his day, in England; tenure, twelve months from  August 1, 1930.

Born January 27, 1891, at Denver, Colorado. Education: Saint Clara College, B.A., 1912; University of Wisconsin, M.A., 1914; University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1925.

Teacher, Sacred Heart Academy, Madison, Wisconsin, 1912–14, 1915–18; Saint Clara Academy, Sinsinawa, Wisconsin, 1918–21; Instructor in English, Saint Clara College, 1921–22; Associate Professor of English, 1922–28, Professor, 1928—, Rosary College.

Publications: Articles in Speculum.

Scroll to Top