Lierheimer, Linda Ph.D.
Office Location: 1188 Fort St., Suite 242
Dr. Linda Lierheimer earned her Ph.D. from Princeton University. She currently teaches courses in global humanities, European history, and gender studies. She also directs HPU’s First-Year Seminar program. Dr. Lierheimer’s research is on women and religion on the Reformation era. She is writing a book on conflicts between nuns and bishops in seventeenth-century France. Her publications include The Life of Antoinette Micolon and “Preaching or Teaching? Defining the Ursuline Mission in Seventeenth-Century France.”