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I am a graduate student of History in the Early Modern Global program. I am a cultural historian who specializes in the Spanish Empire and religious women in the Early Modern Era. I am interested in how nuns and convents exercised spiritual agency and maintained ties outside of cloistered communities while navigating religious hierarchies in different regions of the Spanish Empire. I also study how nuns and convents exercised corporate agency and financial autonomy through litigation.
The Spanish Empire, Women and Gender Studies, Latin America, Religious History, Colonial Legal History
Dr. Amanda Scott