Audio Bundle: A Mystic’s Work: Julian of Norwich + Retrieving Women’s Voices in the Christian Theological Tradition: Four Doctors of the Church - 9 CDs Total

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Audio Bundle: A Mystic’s Work: Julian of Norwich + Retrieving Women’s Voices in the Christian Theological Tradition: Four Doctors of the Church - 9 CDs Total

  • Iona College
  • Fairfield University
2 Course Bundle: 21 Lectures (9 Discs) Including Electronic Study Guides

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This is a special discounted price for a bundle of these two Audio CD programs:

A Mystic’s Work: Julian of Norwich by Prof. Christina M. Carlson, Ph.D.

Retrieving Women’s Voices in the Christian Theological Tradition: Four Doctors of the Church by Prof. Elizabeth A. Dreyer, Ph.D.

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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
A Mystic’s Work: Julian of Norwich
  • "All Shall Be Well”: An Introduction to Julian of Norwich
  • The Synchronic Context: Fourteenth-Century Vernacular Literature
  • The Diachronic Context: Medieval Women’s Mystical Writing
  • The Personal Context: Julian and Margery Kempe
  • The Familiar Context: The Anchoritic Tradition
  • “Love Was His Meaning”: Julian’s Theology of the Passion
  • “I Saw Thee Not”: Julian’s Theology of Sin
  • “God Is Our Mother”: Julian’s Theology of the Trinity
  • “The Ground of Your Beseeching”: Julian’s Theology of Prayer

Retrieving Women’s Voices in the Christian Theological Tradition: Four Doctors of the Church
  • Women Doctors of the Church: Long Overdue Recognition
  • Theology and Spirituality: Mortal Enemies or Welcome Allies?
  • Hildegard of Bingen: Benedictine Abbess, Physician, Composer,
           and Theologian
  • Hildegard of Bingen: Theology of the Holy Spirit
  • Catherine’s Siena: Public Ministry to Church and World
  • Catherine of Siena: Theology of Incarnation
  • Teresa of Ávila: Theologian, Reformer, and Spiritual Guide
  • Teresa of Ávila: Theology of the Human Person
  • Thérèse of Lisieux: 19th Century French Catholicism
  • Thérèse of Lisieux: Theology of the Cross
  • Women’s Theology: Insight and Guidance for Our Time
  • Grassroots Theology: The Universal Call of Baptism
About Your Presenter

Prof. Elizabeth A. Dreyer, Ph.D., is Professor Emerita of Religious Studies at Fairfield University. She has previously taught at The Catholic University of America; the Washington Theological Union in Washington, D.C.; and the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is an expert in medieval women mystics, the history of Christian spirituality, and the role of women in Christianity. Prof. Dreyer received her Ph.D. from Marquette University, her M.A. from Xavier University, and her B.A. from Dominican University. She also completed additional graduate work at Harvard Divinity School, Boston University, the Pontifical University for Mediaeval Studies, Weston Jesuit School of Theology, and the University of Toronto.

Prof. Dreyer is the author or coauthor of ten books, including Accidental Theologians: Four Women Who Shaped Christianity (Franciscan Media, 2014), Passionate Spirituality: Hildegard of Bingen and Hadewijch of Brabant (Paulist Press, 2005), A Retreat with Catherine of Siena (St. Anthony Messenger, 1999), and Making Sense of God: A Woman’s Perspective (St. Anthony Messenger, 2008), which won first place in the Catholic Press Association’s Gender Issues category. She is the recipient of the Elizabeth A...

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Prof. Christina Carlson, Ph.D., is an associate professor of English at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York, where she teaches courses in medieval literature and humanities. In 2016, she was named Senior Master Teacher. She holds a master’s degree in English from the University of Wales and a Ph.D. in English from Fordham University, and she is a graduate of the Guild for Spiritual Guidance. She Prof. Carlson is an expert on medieval women, domestic devotional experience, and pilgrimage, and she enjoys nothing more than introducing new students to the people and places of the Middle Ages. Prof. Carlson is a member of the Medieval Academy, the New Chaucer Society, the Medieval Club of New York, and the Hagiography Society.

 Praise for Prof. Carlson

“Christina Carlson is an engaging scholar of impeccable clarity and insight whose thoughtful analyses of medieval spiritual texts and their reception by contemporary audiences are enhanced by her lively and ebullient presentations. The joy she experiences in her own scholarship translates dynamically into her teaching and it is exciting to know that her energetic intelligence and her sincere desire to share what she loves will become part ...

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