Megan Armstrong
Associate Professor, History

Megan Armstrong is a specialist on Early Modern Catholicism including the Franciscan tradition. Her most recent publication is The Holy Land and the Early Modern Reinvention of Catholicism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021). She is presently working on three book projects: Global Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, 1450-1700: Sacred Space and Cultural Interactions (Under contract with Routledge), Easter Processions and Religious Coexistence in Early Modern Jerusalem, 1500—1700, and Collecting for the Holy Land: The Commissioners of the Holy Land in the global expansion of the Early Modern Catholic Church.
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