Wendy Love Anderson
Wendy Love Anderson earned a PhD in religious studies from the University of Chicago. Her research addresses questions about bodies and religious identity as they occupy the discursive space between Judaism and Christianity, especially during the Middle Ages. She oversees the Center for the Humanities’ minors in Children’s Studies and Medical Humanities as well as its Merle Kling Undergraduate Honors Fellowship Program, and she co-teaches the Kling Seminar as well as teaching one additional course supporting the center’s minors each semester. Her first book, The Discernment of Spirits: Assessing Visions and Visionaries in the Late Middle Ages, was published in 2011.