This course introduces students to a broad range of medieval women mystics and theological themes found in their writings such as desire, finitude, wisdom, imitatio Christi, bridal imagery, ascesis, and visionary experiences. Additionally, this course introduces students to contemporary historical work approaching the study of these mystics from feminist perspectives that engage questions about corporeality, religious authority, and relationships with ecclesial figures. These women are presented as spiritual writers with great theological depth, doing constructive work in Trinitarian theology, Christology, and theological anthropology. Throughout the course, students are invited to consider what these women have to say to the Church and world today.