Margaret Susan Thompson (Courtesy of Margaret Susan Thompson)

Margaret Susan Thompson

Margaret Susan Thompson is a professor of history at Syracuse University. She is a scholar of the history of women's religious life and has published and spoken extensively on the history of American sisters. She is an associate with the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Monroe, Michigan.

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Grace from the rearview mirror

Distancing is not isolation: building community in a time of physical separation

'Success' in religious life: What is it?

An outsider studies the insider world of women religious

Of nuns, habits, chainsaws, and why the combination is less than 'nuntastic'

Sisters in the public square: Persuasion, politics and prayer