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Bibliography

The bibliography is a list of relevant publications by and about the Carmelite Order which serves to offer the readers some indications on the historical literature of the Order.

This list is only dedicated to the history of the Order. You may look at the library catalogue of the Institutum Carmelitanum in Rome if you want to find spiritual, theological, or any other kind of literature on the Carmelite Order. See: OPAC Bibliotheca Carmelitana

Periodicals

Carmelus, Commentarii ab Instituto Carmelitano editi, Roma, (2 volumes per year) 1953 - .
Textus et Studia Historica Carmelitana

Books

Emanuele Boaga, Luigi Borriello, Curie Generalizie O.Carm. e O.C.D. (Eds.), Dizionario Carmelitano, Rome 2008.

Joachim Smet, The Carmelites: A History of the Brothers of the Blesed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel, 4 vols, Darien-Illinois, 1975

Balbino Velasco Bayón, Historia del Carmelo español, 3 vols, Rome 1991-1994.

Carmel in Britain, Studies on the Early History of the Carmelite Order, 4 vols, Faversham-Rome 1992-2009.
Vol. 1: People and Places of the MEdieval English Carmelite Province, Patrick Fitzgerald-Lombard (Ed.), Rome 1992.
Vol. 2: Theology and Writings of the Medieval English Carmelite Province, Patrick Fitzgerald-Lombard (Ed.), Rome 1992.
Vol. 3: The Hermits from Mount Carmel, Richard Copsey (Ed.), Faversham - Rome 2004.
Vol. 4: Thomas Netter of Walden. Carmelite, Diplomat and Theologian (c.1372-1430), Johan Bergström-Alen, Richard Copsey (Eds.), Faversham - Rome 2009.

Antoine Jacobs, Monasticon Carmelitanum Neerlandicum. Historisch repertorium van de klooster van de Orde der Broeders en Broeders en Zusters van O.L. Vrouw van de berg Karmel (13de eeuw - 1940), Rome 2011.

Edeltraud Klueting, Stephan Panzer, Andreas H. Scholten (Eds.), Monasticon Carmelitarum. Die Klöster des Karmelitenorden (O.Carm.) in Deutschland von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart, Münster 2012

Sources

Cosma de Villiers, Bibliotheca Carmelitana, Orléans 1752, 2. Ed.: Wessels, Rome 1927.
Emanuele Boaga, Edison R. L. Tinambunan (Eds.), Corpus Constitutionum Ordinis Fratrum Beatissimae Virginis Mariae de Monte Carmelo. 2 vols: 1281-1456; 1995-2007, Rome 2011-2012.