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36.2 (Spring, 2008)


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The Road to Santiago and Pilgrimage

  • John K. Moore, Jr. and Thomas D. Spaccarelli, Guest Editors, “The Road to Santiago and Pilgrimage”, 7.
  • Linda Kay Davidson and David M. Gitlitz, “Pilgrimage Narration as a Genre”, 15.
  • Diana Webb, “Choosing St. James: Motivations for Going to Santiago”, 39.
  • Aníbal A. Biglieri, “Jerusalén: de la Gran conquista de ultramar a Pero Tafur”, 59.
  • Rosa Vázquez Santos, “Saint James in Rome: The Vanished Churches”, 75.
  • Jane E. Connolly, “The Relationship of Two Iberian Cults: San Ginés de la Jara and Santiago de Compostela”, 99.
  • Antonio E. Momplet Míguez, “El Islam en el arte del Camino de Santiago”, 125.
  • Ali Asgar Alibhai, “The Reverberations of Santiago’s Bells in Reconquest Spain”, 144.
  • Therese Martin, “Recasting the Concept of the ‘Pilgrimage Church’: The Case of San Isidoro de León”, 165.
  • Elizabeth Moore Willingham, “The Nature of Pilgrimage in the Queste del Saint Graal” 191.
  • Color plates, 217.
  • Marta González Vázquez, “Peregrinas y viajeras: Devoción femenina y aventura en el camino medieval a Santiago de Compostela”, 241.
  • Thomas D. Spaccarelli, “Liturgical Reform in Medieval Spain and the Response of the Pilgrim Movement”, 257.
  • Francisco Singul, “La sacralidad del espacio en el Camino de Santiago”, 273.
  • Javier Domínguez-García, “Simbología jacobea en el imaginario medieval: Iacobus Apostolus en la crónica Pseudo Turpín y Santiago Matamoros en el Diploma de Ramiro I”, 295.
  • John K. Moore Jr., “Juxtaposing James the Greater: Interpreting the Interstices of Santiago as Peregrino and Matamoros”, 313.
  • Stephen B. Raulston, “The Harmony of Staff and Sword: How Medieval Thinkers Saw Santiago Peregrino & Matamoros”, 345.
  • Ryan D. Giles, “‘Tomé senda por carrera’: Finding and Losing the Cross in the Libro de buen amor”, 369.
  • Taran Johnston, “The Empire Strikes Back: Hagiographic Imagery in the Poema de Fernán González”, 393.
  • Maryjane Dunn, “The Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela: A Bibliographic Update”, 415.

Past editors of La corónica, 427

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