Monastic Matrix has moved to a new address:
The editorial team of Monastic Matrix (Scholarly Resource for the Study of Women’s Religious Communities 400-1600) is delighted to announce that has moved to Ohio under the cura of a new Director. Alison Beach, Professor of History, Ohio State University will direct the project, replacing Lisa Bitel (University of Southern California.) MM is supported by the Harvey Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching at OSU.
Although the site has not been updated during its six-month transition, it is now fully operational and Editors are once again accepting submissions of texts, images, and data for publication in the repertory. We welcome scholarly articles (new or previously printed with republication permission), biographies of religious women, images, edited or translated primary sources, bibliographies, and data collections related to the study of Christian religious women—defined capaciously—in the pre-modern period. All publications on MM are peer-reviewed.
If you would like to join Monastic Matrix’s Editorial Board, become one of our peer reviewers, or join our long list of contributors and collaborators, please contact us. Address contributions and queries to:
Professor Alison Beach (firstname.lastname@example.org)