Kathy Henderson Staudt
Adjunct Faculty, Literature
Dr. Kathleen Henderson Staudt works as a teacher, poet and spiritual director at a number of institutions in the Washington, DC area. At Wesley Theological Seminary, her courses focus on connections between literary art, the theology of grace and Scripture, and the spiritual practices involved in reading and writing poetry. Students in her classes are encouraged to respond creatively to the literary works that they read. She also teaches at Virginia Theological Seminary She has offered retreats, workshops, and poetry readings at the Washington National Cathedral and at area churches, including the annual Evelyn Underhill Day of Quiet offered at the Cathedral each year in June. Her poetry, essays and reviews have appeared in Christianity and Literature, Cross Currents, Sewanee Theological Review, The Anglican Theological Review, and Spiritus. She is the author of At the Turn of a Civilization: David Jones and Modern Poetics, as well as two books of poems: Annunciations: Poems out of Scripture and Waving Back: Poems of Mothering Life. She blogs at poetproph.
RA 142 Language of Grace: Readings in Modern Literature
RA 143 Contemplative Writing
RA 144 Scripture in Literature
RA 146 Poetry as Spiritual Practice
Check out Kathleen’s work here.