Journeys : new issue

This latest special issue focuses on the places or trails where traumatic or miraculous events took place, and on the significance and meaning people put in the act of walking to and around these sites. The act of walking and the process of remembrance are combined in order to discuss how these two voluntary actions intertwine. Articles in this issue:
  • In the Footsteps of Walter Benjamin
  • Bodies in Motion: Pilgrims, Seers, and Religious Experience at Marian Apparition Sites
  • Touring the African Diaspora
  • Walking Memory: Berlin’s “Holocaust Trail”
  • Mobile Sepulchre and Interactive Formats of Memorialization: On Funeral and Mourning Practices in Digital Art

Will be available online soon or order articles via ILL - ask in the Library for more details