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The second half of a two-semester course, with six credits earned at the end of the spring semester upon completion of all related field placement requirements. Theological reflection and professional development through didactics and group process are components of this seminar. Students are concurrently in supervised field placements of twelve to fifteen hours per week. Prerequisites: FE 103. Restricted to MDiv students. Permission of the Senior Director of Integrative and Field-Based Education prior to FE 104 enrollment.

This course explores the life and work of Hildegard of Bingen, the 12th century Abbess and prolific author. Students read Hildegard’s “Scivias” to study how she developed her comprehensive Christian spirituality. Also studied is the illuminations of the “Scivias,” and students prepare a performance of Hildegard’s liturgical drama “Ordo Virtutum.” Readings include additional selections from Hildegard’s theological, scientific, musical, and poetic works and related Medieval source materials.

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