Rev. Robyn Neville
Office: Seabury Hall, Fourth Floor
Robyn Neville is currently Visiting Professor of Church History at General Theological Seminary in New York. After earning a BA with honors in religion at the College of William and Mary in Virginia, Robyn went on to Virginia Theological Seminary, where she earned the M.Div. degree with honors. After two years of full-time parochial ministry, Robyn returned to graduate study, obtaining the Th.M. degree at Harvard Divinity School. She is currently finishing a Ph.D. in historical theology through the Graduate Division of Religion of Emory University. Robyn has won several research awards, including Emory's Arts and Sciences fellowship and a grant to study at Oxford University through the National Endowment for the Humanities. Her current scholarship focuses on the history of Christianity in Ireland, with a special interest in medieval hagiography. An ordained Episcopal priest, Robyn has served parishes in Virginia, Massachusetts and Georgia. Her most recent published work includes two articles on the Eucharist in Irish hagiography, published in *Treasures of Irish Christianity: People and Places, Images and Texts*, edited by Brendan Leahy and Salvador Ryan (Veritas Publishing, Dublin, Ireland, 2012) and a lengthy chapter in the Wiley-Blackwell *Companion to the Anglican Communion* on the Church of Ireland.