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Edith Stein: Home

Learn about this philosopher, convert, nun, martyr, saint


This guide is designed to quickly connect the Duquesne University researcher to materials on St. Edith Stein, the German-Jewish philosopher, feminist, Catholic convert, and nun who was martyred in Auschwitz by the Nazis in 1942. It will link you to introductory articles, books (print and electronic), databases for articles, and other sources of information.

Collected Works in English

Collected Works (Cont.)

An introduction to the life of Edith Stein by Fr. Robert Barron

Biography from Rome Reports, August 2016

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