Susanna Bluhm

M.A. student


Susanna Bluhm is a first year Comparative Religion MA student at UW. Her primary interest is the role of landscape in mystical experience. To explore this, she hopes to study topics within Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, that include pilgrimmage, diaspora, ritual, phenomenology, geography of religion, and death. Bluhm is an artist active in the Seattle art community, and holds an MFA in Painting from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.