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Hahn, Michael

Dr. Michael Hahn is a theologian, medievalist and church historian who works mainly on the early-Franciscan mystical tradition. He studied theology and ecclesiastical history at the Universities of St Andrews and Oxford before completing a PhD in Historical and Systematic Theology at the University of St Andrews in January 2020. He has since taught at the Universities of St Andrews, York St John, and Toronto, and was an Andrew Mellon Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. As of June 2022, Michael is the Programme Leader for Postgraduate Programmes in Christian Spirituality at Sarum College; he is also Tutor in the History of Christianity at the University of London, and a Research Associate at the Margaret Beaufort Institute at Cambridge. His research has concerned Francis of Assisi, Clare of Assisi, Bonaventure, Angela of Foligno and John-Jerome of Prague, as well as medieval church culture and spirituality more widely, and Michael is an active member of many international research communities, including the Mystical Theology Network, The Other Sister network, and the Mysticism and Lived Experience Network. His monograph, based on his PhD dissertation, is forthcoming with Routledge as Bonaventure, Angela of Foligno and Late-Medieval Mystical Theologies, and he is working to co-edit the first Anglophone companion to Angela of Foligno.

More information can be found about Michael on his faculty homepage at and at

E-Mail: Mhahn[a]