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Sainthood and Politics in the Baroque: The Cult of St Vincent Ferrer in Seventeenth-Century Brittany, France
(University of Malta, 2013)
Sacred landscapes, spiritual travel: embodied holiness and long distance pilgrimage in the counter reformation
(Royal Historical Society, 2018)
Long regarded as a medieval tradition which declined into insignificance after Luther, pilgrimage expanded considerably from the mid-sixteenth century, until well after 1750. This essay examines long-distance journeys to ...
Reading Photography in French Nineteenth-Century Journals
(Taylor and Francis, 2018-10-09)
This article explores how photographs published in the French medical and, to some extent, the popular press helped readers to interpret expressions and gestures as signs of emotional states, morbid conditions and physiological ...
De la SPA a los fotógrafos amateur. La cámara como instrumento de apropriación de la guerra
(Ciencia y técnica entre la paz y la guerra, 1714, 1814, 1914, 2015-04)
The Great War led to political, social and technological transformations that affected the development of late conflicts in Europe. But not all transformations were related to weaponry. This paper will examine the impact ...