Kalamazoo 2015: Hortulus session announcement

In my role as the co-editor of Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies, I have organized a Hortulus-sponsored session for the 2015 International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo. We are excited to announce the papers selected for our panel.

Pilgrimage, Travel, and Exploration
“Inverse Pilgrimage: Wandering Relics in the Hagiographical Tradition of Saint Amand”
Kate M. Craig, University of California, Los Angeles

“‘You take the high road and I’ll take the low road’: Exploring the Experience of Pilgrimage to Monastic and Civic Shrines in Twelfth-Century Apulia”
Amy Devenney, University of Leeds

“The Rise of Pictorial Narrative in the Cult of Saint Ursula”
Andrew R. Sears, University of California, Berkeley

“John Mandeville Travels to British South Africa”
Galia Halpern, New York University