I find it really great to see some scholars here and there presenting to us their study of St. Severus of Antioch only confirming our deep-seated beliefs of the Orthodoxy of this important Church father and the compatibility it might bring with EO theology.
However, I wonder, after all this work on this great saint, is there any effort done presently in translating his most famous series of works? Particularly his works against John Grammarian, Sergius the Grammarian, and Julian of Halicarnassis. It would seem to me pivotal to have these works translated to present as an important adjunct to the study of Christology (and perhaps other areas of theology) in our Church, rather than rely on secondary sources, which are are at this moment most grateful for.
For instance, I feel like I want to take extensive French classes to read the polemical volumes against Julian. That would clear any problems with how to characterize St. Severus' Christology in the light of the most recent understandings today of the nature of Christ's incarnation, especially with regarding his human knowledge as well as what Julianism actually means and what St. Severus was actually fighting against.