Jay Butler, HI MA student, Presents Paper at Cistercian and Monastic Studies Conference
With some help from the History Department, I traveled to the 2019 Cistercian and Monastic Studies Conference where I presented a paper on the nineteenth-century monastic revival in France as exemplified by the Trappistine women’s Abbey of Notre Dames des […]
The 2018 Cistercian and Monastic Studies Conference – A Student’s Perspective
History MA graduate student, Jay Butler, whose primary area of study is nineteenth-century French monastic history, traveled to Michigan this Spring for the 2018 Cistercian and Monastic Studies Conference.
History Master’s Student Paper to be Published in Academic Journal
We are excited to announce that HI MA student, Jay Butler's History 598 paper, "From Melleray to Gethsemani: Spreading Cistercian Spirituality in the Early Nineteenth Century," was accepted for publication in the peer reviewed academic journal Cistercian Studies Quarterly.