Gendered space and female agency in Jacopo da Pontormo’s 1516 Visitazione fresco

Joanna Collicutt is a psychologist of religion with an interest in psychological biblical interpretation and the arts. In addition to many publications in clinical psychology, neuroscience, and theology (including Jesus and the Gospel Women published by SPCK I 2009), she is a contributor to the Visual Commentary on Scripture (https://thevcs.org/). She holds an MA inContinue reading “Gendered space and female agency in Jacopo da Pontormo’s 1516 Visitazione fresco”

“I alone am given understanding of things:” Mystical Experience and Authority in the Early Modern Spanish World

Hayley R. Bowman is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at the University of Michigan. Her dissertation project explores the early modern Spanish world through the eyes of Sor María de Jesús de Ágreda, a Franciscan nun who came to influence not only her confessors and her king, but also peoples and places across a trans-oceanic,Continue reading ““I alone am given understanding of things:” Mystical Experience and Authority in the Early Modern Spanish World”

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started