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Name Amy Hughes
Position Assistant Professor of Theology
Institutional Affiliation Gordon College
Latitude 42.590783
Longitude -70.8259297
Research Interests

Late Ancient Greek East, Trinitarian theology and Christology, Origen, Methodius, Gregory of Nyssa, women in early Christianity, gender, virginity

Websites http://www.gordon.edu/amyhughes

(with Lynn H. Cohick) Christian Women in the Patristic World: Influence, Authority and Legacy (350 pp., Grand Rapids: Baker, October 2017).

“The Legacy of the Feminine in the Christology of Origen of Alexandria, Methodius of Olympus, and Gregory of Nyssa” Vigiliae Christianae 69 (2015): 1–26.

“Agency, Restraint, and Desire: Virginity and Christology in Methodius of Olympus,” in Methodius von Olympus: State of the Art and New Perspectives, Katharina Bracht, ed. Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der altchristlichen Literatur 178 (Berlin: de Gruyter, December 2017).

(with George Kalantzis) “Early Christianity (100–500)” (12 essays) in Reading Christian Theology in the Protestant Tradition, Kelly M. Kapic and Hans Madueme, eds. (New York and London: T & T Clark/Continuum, January 2018).

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