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Medieval Studies Fall Colloquium
Saturday, October 16, 2004
9:00AM to 6:00PM
Harbor Room, University Center
University of California, Santa Barbara

The Medieval Pilgrimage:
History, Art, Literature, and Virtual Reality


9:30 a.m.
John Dagenais (University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Spanish and Portuguese), "The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela: The Original Design for Master Mateo's Pórtico de la Gloria and the Shape of Faith."
Respondent: Juan Campo (UCSB, Department of Religious Studies).

11:00 a.m.
James D'Emilio (University of South Florida, Department of Humanities), "The Santiago Cathedral, the Pilgrimage, and the Art and Architecture of Twelfth-Century Spain."
Respondent: Conrad Rudolph (University of California, Riverside, Department of Art History).

Lunch 12:30-1:30

1:30 p.m.
M. Alison Stones (University of Pittsburgh, Department of History of Art and Architecture), "Who is in and Who is out: The Saints of The Pilgrim's Guide to Santiago."
Respondent: Sharon Farmer (UCSB, Department of History).

3:00 p.m.
Sarah Kay (Girton College, University of Cambridge), "The Divided Path in Guillaume de Deguileville's Pelerinage de Vie Humaine: Separation and Identity."

Reception 4:30-5:30

There is no charge for this event. Additional Information can be obtained by contacting Edward D. English, Executive Director, Medieval Studies 893-3167; english@history.ucsb.edu.


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