Dr Marie-Luise Ehrenschwendtner
Dr Ehrenschwendtner studied Theology and Latin at the University of Munich and received herÂ doctorate (Dr. theol., summa cum laude) from the University of Tuebingen, where she also taught Church History as an Assistent of Prof. Dr. Ulrich Koepf. She came to Aberdeen as a Teaching Fellow in 2005 and became a Lecturer in Church History in 2006. Her research interests include various areas of female spirituality in the Middle Ages and the early English Reformation, especially the influence of Lutheran theology on the first English Reformers. She currently researches the interaction between literacy, perceptions of monastic space and religious practices.
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Devoted Episcopalians, Reluctant Jacobites?: George and James Garden and Their Spiritual EnvironmentScottish Liturgical Traditions and Religious Politics. Macinnes, A., German, K., Barton, P. (eds.). Edinburgh University Press, pp. 138-153, 15 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Episcopalian Spirituality: The Garden Brothers and Henry ScougalThe History of Scottish Theology, Volume 1. Fergusson, D., Elliott, M. W. (eds.). Oxford University Press, pp. 296-311, 16 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Clare of Assisi and the thirteenth-century Church. Religious women, rules, and resistanceJournal of Ecclesiastical History, vol. 69, no. 3, pp. 635-636Contributions to Journals: Reviews of Books, Films and Articles
Creating the sacred space within: enclosure as a defining feature in the convent life of Medieval Dominican sisters (13th–15th C.)Viator , vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 301-316Contributions to Journals: Articles
Die Bildung der Dominikanerinnen in Sueddeutschland vom 13.-15. JahrhundertUnknown Publisher, Stuttgart: Franz-Steiner-Verlag (Contubernium, 60). 399 pagesBooks and Reports: Books