Medieval Voyaging presents innovative research on voyages of body and mind from the early Middle Ages to 1500. The series focuses on physical and metaphorical travel in literary, historical, and geographical texts and images. It explores intellectual mappings and encounters, as well as the actual and imagined voyages of discovery, settlement, pilgrimage, and engagement with the Other which constructed the earthly and spiritual landscape of medieval cosmography.
Margaret Clunies-Ross, University of Sydney
Jonathan Wooding, University of Sydney
Alfred Hiatt, Department of English, Queen Mary College, University of London
Kim Phillips, Department of History, University of Auckland
Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
John Tolan, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Ange-Guepin, Université de Nantes
Geraldine Barnes, University of Sydney
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