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ARCH 0720 Pilgrimage and Travel in the Ancient World

From Canterbury to Mecca, Rome to Lake Titicaca, throughout history people have traveled far and wide, often under difficult conditions, to visit sacred places. But who were these people, where and why did they go, and how did they get there? This course will explore the practice and pragmatics of pilgrimage, relying on material and literary evidence from modern and ancient case studies around the world. WRIT.

TTh 2:30-3:50
Rhode Island Hall 008

Instructor: Sarah Craft ([email]

For the full syllabus, class blog, and resources, click here.

To download a .pdf copy of the syllabus, click Document Iconhere.

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