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Elissa Cutter
PhD Candidate, Historical Theology
Department of Theological Studies
Saint Louis University

Began: Fall 2009
Major area: Modern
Minor area: Medieval
E-mail contact: emccorm3 [at] slu.edu
Websites:
http://slu.academia.edu/ElissaCutter [academia.edu home page]
http://theology.slu.edu/ [SLU Department of Theological Studies]
https://sites.google.com/a/slu.edu/dtssac/ [DTS Student Action Committee]
http://womenintheology.org/ [WIT: Women in Theology]

Dissertation: The Early Modern Abbess as Théologienne: The Sacramental Theology and Practice of Mère Angélique Arnauld


Previous Education:

Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology at the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California
Master of Arts with Honors, 2009
Concentration: Historical Theology
Thesis: "Texts and Contexts: A Study of Jansenism and Gallicanism in the Early Writings of Antoine Arnauld" (Director: Joseph Boenzi, S.D.B., Readers: Michael Dodds, O.P. and Christopher Ocker). 11 September 2008.

Georgetown University, Washington, District of Columbia
Bachelor of Arts, 2003
Majors: French and Theology (Concentration: Christian Ethics), Minor: Business
Thesis: "Catholicisme en Afrique: Culture, liberation et spiritualite" [Catholicism in Africa: Culture, Liberation and Spirituality] (Advisor: Amadou Koné). 1 May 2003.

Université Marc Bloch, Strasbourg, France
Spring 2002