Papers on pilgrimage architecture, sacri monti and pilgrimage narratives.
The papers focus on the use of language and artistic representation to construct and recall experience of the sacred in the Reformation period.
The seminar considers the nature of place to 'contain' or imitate the miraculous, and the role of memory and narrative in this context. It also considers the relationship between pilgrimage and other modes of experiencing places, objects - and narratives.
The seminar will be of particular interest to those in the areas of theology, history and history of ideas, literature and art or architectural history.
Clare E. L. Guest
University of Agder
Norway Email: email@example.com
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