EPISODE SEVENTEEN Navigating Terra Incognita

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Geographical Imaginations
  • EPISODE SEVENTEEN
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In EPISODE SEVENTEEN we start here in Salzburg with the statue of St. Vergil, an 8th century Irish monk who believed the world was round and then travel out to terra incognita in a leather boat with another Irish saint, Brendan the Navigator. It is the Voyage of St. Brendan, a popular medieval religious narrative, that we focus on and explore how different readings of this text produce different geographical imaginations. Contributors include Dr. Paul PearsonDr. Clara Strijbosch and Dr. Jon Mackley.

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