2009 Summer Lecture Series

Four Graduate Students from the University of Arizona's History department will be giving lectures on the theme "Pilgrimage" in the Bloom Music Center at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church, 440 N. Campbell Avenue. The lectures are on Sunday mornings, and begin at 10:15.

The dates, speakers and subjects are as follows:

July 26: Sean Clark
Umbilicus Mundi: Jerusalem as a Medieval Pilgrimage Destination.

August 2: Paul Buehler
Roma Caput Mundi:Pilgrimage to Rome in the Middle Ages

August 9: Amy Newhouse
Another Tale of Canterbury

August 16: Elizabeth Ellis-Marino
To the End of the Earth: The Camino de Santiago in Medieval and Modern Times

For more information, please contact Sandra Kimball at (520) 621-1284


Published Date: 

2011/04/28 - 10:23am
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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