This collection of essays, edited by Jack Cunningham, will shortly be available from the press of the Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies (PIMS) and can be pre-ordered from Amazon etc. The volume contains the following essays: James McEvoy, ‘Thomas Gallus Vercellensis and Robertus Grossatesta Lincolniensis: How to make the Ps- Dionysius intelligible to the Latins,’ Catherine Kavanagh, ‘The translation methods of Robert Grosseteste and Johannes Scottus Eriugena: some points of comparison,’ Jean-Michel Counet, ‘Grosseteste’s commentary on the divine names: a cosmological relevance?’ Robert M. Ball, ‘Robert Grosseteste on the Psalms,’ Cecilia Panti, ‘The evolution of the idea of corporeity in Robert Grosseteste’s writings,’ Pietro B. Rossi, ‘Grosseteste’s influence on fourteenth and fifteenth century British commentators on Posterior Analytics: a preliminary survey,’ R. James Long, ‘Between idolatry and Science: The magical arts in the Grosseteste School,’ Anne Hudson, ‘Wyclif and the Grosseteste legacy at Oxford Greyfriars,’ Edgar Laird, ‘Grosseteste, Wyclif, and Chaucer on Universals,’ Neil Lewis, ‘Robert Grosseteste and Richard Rufus of Cornwall on unequal infinites,’ Matthias Hessenauer, ‘For a larger audience: Grosseteste’s Perambulavit Iudas in Anglo-Norman,’ Mark W. Elliott, ‘Robert Grosseteste, the Jews and De Cessatione Legalium,’ James McEvoy, ‘The Mystical Theology commentary of Robert Grosseteste as a source for the Die siben strassen zu got of Rudulph of Biberach, OFM’.