TOC 07.10.2005

Peregrinations, Vol. I, No. 4

Peregrinations

Volume I / Number 4

published by the International Society for the Study of Pilgrimage Arts is
now accessible at http://peregrinations.kenyon.edu

This issue contains:

SPECIAL SECTION: PILGRIMAGE ARCHITECTURE IN NORTHERN EUROPE, WITH GUEST
EDITOR, GERHARD LUTZ.

Introduction to Late Medieval Pilrgimage Architecture
By Gerhard Lutz

The Pilgrimage Church of Saint-Nicolas-de-Port and its Late Medieval
Furnishings
By Andreas Föerderer

Pilgrimage in the Medieval City. The Example of Nurembergin the 15th Century
By Gerhard Weilandt

The Vanquished Synagogue, the Risen Host, and the Grateful Dead at the
Salvatorkirche in Passau
By Mitchell B. Merback

Late Medieval Pilgrimage Architecture in Northern Europe, c. 1250-1520: A
Summary of Recent Research and New Perspectives
By Vibeke Olsen

FEATURES
Kunera: A Dutch Saint and a Database of Badges and Ampullae
By Hanneke van Apseren

Blogging the Medieval Revolution
By Sarah Blick

SHORT NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Wealth of Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts Uncovered in Spain
An Armrest for Charlemagne
Fifteenth-Century Tunnel Re-Opened at Canterbury Catheral

FEATURED WEBSITES
International Study Centre for the History of Cities
By Alessandro Camiz

The Pewter Society
By Peter Hayward

REVIEWS
Review of Dee Dyas, Pilgrimage in Medieval English Literature, 700-1500,
D.S. Brewer (2001) By William Klein

Conference Review of Jornadas sobre San Martin de Frómista; ¿Paradigma o
Historicismo?, Frómista, Spain, Sept. 17-18, 2004
By Therese Martin

PHOTO-ESSAY
From the Pilgrimage Road to Santiago de Compostela, Stunning images of the
Architecture in Puente la Reina, Spain By William J. Smither

PHOTO-BANK
Our on-going and ever-growing collection of copyright-free images. Your
contributions and download use are both welcomed and encouraged.

PHOTO-SHARE
New! Beginning with this issue, an image-request source for art historians.

Quellennachweis:
TOC: Peregrinations, Vol. I, No. 4. In: ArtHist.net, 07.10.2005. Letzter Zugriff 24.05.2024. <https://arthist.net/archive/27638>.

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