Berwardi lectures on the Sentences at the University of Vienna between 1403 and 1405 and is licensed only in 1410. He is part of the first generation of Viennese theologians influenced by Henry Totting of Oyta and Henry of Langenstein. He is murdered in 1411.
Cf. W.J. Courtenay, « From Dinkelsbül’s Quaestiones Communes to the Vienna Group Commentary. The Vienna ‘School‘, 1415-1425 », in Nicholas of Dinkelsbülhl and the Sentences at Vienna in the Early Fifteenth Century, ed. M. Brînzei, Turnhout 2015, pp. 267-315, esp. 276
M. Brînzei, C. Schabel, « The Past, Present, and Future of Late Medieval Theology: The Commentary on the Sentences by Nicholas of Dinkelsbühl, Vienna, ca. 1400 », in Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, vol. 3, ed. Ph. W. Rosemann, Leiden 2015, pp. 174-266, esp. 178, 198-199, 201, 203, 206-207, 209, 239.