The Saint Anselm Journal is a refereed journal of articles, discussion papers, and book reviews that examine the life, thought, teachings, and spirituality of Saint Anselm of Canterbury as well as proceedings of programs sponsored by the Institute for Saint Anselm Studies at Saint Anselm College.

The Saint Anselm Journal is published by the Catholic University of America Press.

The archive index of volumes 1 through 13 is available through the Internet Archive.

Editorial Policy and Submissions

The Saint Anselm Journal welcomes original articles, discussion papers, and book reviews on the life, thought, teachings, and influence of Saint Anselm of Canterbury and on the philosophical, theological, and spiritual topics in which he was interested. Manuscripts of articles should ordinarily be 5,000 to 10,000 words (book reviews 1,500 to 2,000 words). Please send an electronic copy in Microsoft Word format, with double spacing (including the footnotes), to the editor at In general, please conform to the University of Chicago Manual of Style. All submissions will be reviewed by members of the editorial board and will be adjudicated on the basis of scholarly merit. The editor will normally provide a response indicating acceptance or refusal within four months. The editor will determine the publication schedule and reserves the right to ask for revisions or corrections in order to ensure a standard format. The editor may solicit contributions. Submissions may not be already published or currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. The copyright of published submissions will belong to The Saint Anselm Journal. The author is responsible for the content and accuracy of the submission as well as proper attribution of all references cited.

Submission Information

Montague Brown, Ph.D.
Editor, The Saint Anselm Journal
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive #1644
Manchester, NH 03102-1310
Fax (603) 656-6198

All submissions must include the author's name and institutional affiliation. Footnotes with raised Arabic numerals, not endnotes, are required. The paper should be written in the Times font, 12 point, with one inch margins on all four sides of the paper. Do not use any headers or footers.