Monika Frohnapfel is a PhD-student in history. The working title of her doctoral thesis is:Perception of religious deviance and exclusion in early modern Spain. Women and the Spanish Inquisition, 1600-1650. directed by Prof. Dr. Ludolf Pelizaeus.
She is a collaborator in the european project "Ciudades de la Monarquía Hispánica en Europa (siglos XV- XIX). Fundación, representación e independencia"; directed by the University of Jaén, Spain (2012-2014).
Research interests: Spanish and Italian early modern history; Christian religious deviance; religious women; witch-hunts; gender studies; early modern urban history; history of the electorate Mainz, history of early modern peace treaties; translation in early modern peace treaties (linguistic, cultural, medial).