Magda Hayton

Magda Hayton received her doctorate in 2015 from the University of Toronto with a dissertation entitled “Inflection of Prophetic Vision: The Reshaping of Hildegard of Bingen’s Apocalypticism as Represented by Abridgments of the Pentachronon.” Since 2014 Dr. Hayton has been an Associate Research Member at the Centre for Research on Religion at McGill University. She published “Pierre d’Ailly’s De falsis prophetis II and the Collectiones of William of Saint-Amour,” Viator 44 No. 2 (2013): 243-266. Her Mellon research project at the Institute is called “Cistercians, Mendicants, and Secular Masters: Hildegardian Apocalypticism in Thirteenth-Century Europe.”

  • 2016–2017 - Mellon Fellows
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