Welcome

The Centre has been set up to strengthen communication and collaboration between the growing numbers of researchers, networks of scholars, and pilgrim organizations around the world.

Its aims are to provide access to pilgrimage-related research and resources through an updateable online database, to publicise conferences and other events, and to encourage new research projects.

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About the Centre for Pilgrimage Studies

Learn more about the Centre for Pilgrimage Studies, including those involved and our aims and objectives.
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Database of Pilgrimage Resources

Explore our database of 1000s of pilgrimage-related resources, including websites, biographies and hard-copy publications.
>> Explore the database

Pilgrimage & England's Cathedrals

The Centre is home to a large Arts and Humanities Research Council project, ‘Pilgrimage and England’s Cathedrals, Past and Present’.
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Pilgrimage Conferences and Events

See our list of pilgrimage-related conferences and events, including those hosted by the Centre for Pilgrimage Studies.
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News and updates

Rochester Cathedral
Tue 7th February 2017

This conference is designed as an opportunity to share project research outcomes in conversation with others working in the fields of pilgrimage and both journey- and place-related spirituality. We therefore invite proposals from individuals (20 minute papers) or groups/networks (90 minute sessions). Proposals (up to 250 words) should be sent to Dr Dee Dyas (dee.dyas [at] york.ac.uk) by March 15, 2017.

Tue 7th February 2017

Read a new blog post by Professor George Greenia, entitled Pilgrims as readers & writers: some reflections.

Willam and Mary College logo
Tue 7th February 2017

An Interdisciplinary Conference Sponsored by the Institute for Pilgrimage Studies and the International Consortium for Pilgrimage Studies. We encourage submission of papers involving research and creative activity on journeys to a sacred center or travel for transformation from a broad range of disciplines and perspectives including religious studies, anthropology, literature, art history, kinesiology, classical studies, history, sociology, theater and dance.

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