Professor Charlotte Methuen

Professor Charlotte Methuen

Charlotte Methuen is Professor of Ecclesiastical History at the University of Glasgow, having previously taught at the Universities of Hamburg, Bochum, and Oxford. Her research interests include the Reformation, the history of women’s ministry, and the history of the ecumenical movement, and she has published widely in all these areas. In the early modern period, her current research focuses on the interactions between proponents of Reformation in different geographical areas, and the role of language and translation in reformation processes. Her research in the twentieth century considers the ecumenical movement in the interwar period, and particularly the 1920 Lambeth conference, and the role of George Bell in the Life and Work Movement.  Charlotte has also been closely involved in Anglican-Lutheran ecumenical dialogue.  She has been a co-editor of Studies in Church History since 2011.