Lucy Barnhouse

Visiting Assistant Professor of History

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Ph.D., 2017, Fordham University
M.A., 2009, Fordham University
B.A., 2008, Messiah College

At Wartburg, Dr. Barnhouse teaches a range of courses in premodern, women’s, and medical history. Her research focuses on the intersections between legal, religious, and medical history in late medieval Germany. Her prospective monograph, Houses of God, Places for the Sick, examines the place of hospitals in the religious and social networks of late medieval cities. She has made an edition and translation of leprosy examination letters for the Medieval Disability Sourcebook, and has been a podcaster with Footnoting History since 2013.