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Alyssa Evans
Alyssa Lehr Evans is a doctoral candidate in History at Princeton Theological Seminary (Princeton, NJ). As a recipient of both Fulbright and DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) Research Fellowships, she studied at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen and worked as a member of the Karlstadt Critical Edition team in Germany from 2015-2017. Her dissertation focuses on Karlstadt's writings from 1517-1519, especially his commentary on Augustine's de spiritu et litera, and understanding Karlstadt's early development as a reformer. Alyssa is looking forward to working with the Collection's many Karlstadt prints as a Kessler Fellow, including his Apologeticae Conclusiones (1518) and De legis litera, sive carne, & spiritu (1524).