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Pereginations: Special double issue (3 & 4)

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I received this email from Sarah Blicks at Pereginations (International Society for the Study of Pilgrimage Art)

Hurrah, we are finally live! Thank you all for your patience during this long process. As you can see, it is an immense issue (with immensely important articles and is immensely huge in size). Below is the missive sent out to the lists (H-Net, MEDART, CAAH, Centrechartraine). Please feel free to forward it on to other appropriate lists as you see fit.

We are also in the process of catching the inevitable tiny errors that sneak through, so if you spot anything minor, please let us know and we'll correct it.

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Hello,

The editors of Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art & Architecture are delighted to announce the publication of a special double issue featuring articles on Placing the Middle Ages: Towards a Geography of Material Culture and The Bayeux Tapestry Revisited, Canterbury Pilgrim Badges,the Digital Mappa Mundi, book reviews, discoveries, and more. This issue also features an enlarged photobank of beautiful (free) images to download for teaching and research, calls for papers,
exhibitions, publication opportunities, etc.
Peregrinations is free and can be accessed by clicking on the link below:

http://peregrinations.kenyon.edu

Sarah Blick
Vibeke Olsen
Rita Tekippe
Editors of Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art & Architecture
 
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