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El caminho de las misiones : reflexiones teórico-metodológicas a partir de una experiencia de peregrinación contemporánea

Steil, Carlos Alberto; Marques, Bruno
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
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Este artículo presenta una etnografía de la peregrinación del Camino de las Misiones, realizada en 2004 y 2005, en Brasil. El objetivo es comprender los fenómenos de la contemporaneidad religiosa en su relación con campos seculares de la acción humana, como el turismo, la gimnasia (cuidado corporal), el marketing que permean los nuevos rituales de peregrinación religiosa. Esta reflexión se ubica en el momento de cierre del proyecto de investigación “Caminos de Santiago en Brasil: interfaces entre peregrinación y turismo” (2004-2007), dentro del cual el Camino de las Misiones se presenta como un estudio de caso entre otros. El punto de intersección entre esos caminos está principalmente en el rol protagonista de los mediadores “seculares” de lo religioso (sagrado), que acaban ocupando el lugar que las iglesias, sobre todo la católica romana, tradicionalmente ocuparon. Las referencias utilizadas para interpretar este evento son la antropología fenomenológica, especialmente la contribución del paradigma del embodiment y la antropología del paisaje, destacándose las acciones del sujeto y del ambiente en la conformación de la experiencia humana.; This paper presents an ethnography on the pilgrimage of the Caminho das Missões (Mission Path)...

A antevisão do peregrino na iconografia de São Tiago no caminho português de Santiago entre Viseu e Chaves : subsídios para a criação de uma rota turística

Alves, Sandra Maria Pereira Paiva
Fonte: Universidade Católica Portuguesa Publicador: Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 10/01/2012 POR
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Considerando a importância do Caminho de Santiago, enquanto via de peregrinação e itinerário cultural, a presente dissertação de mestrado aborda historicamente a vida de São Tiago e a sua importante “acção” na Península Ibérica, tendo provocado um movimento de peregrinações até Compostela, desde a época medieval aos dias de hoje. Sintetizando a história das peregrinações, é apresentada a peregrinação a Santiago de Compostela, com as suas particularidades, entre as quais os seus singulares peregrinos. O Caminho de Santiago torna-se uma rede de caminhos espalhados por toda a Europa que, vivendo sob o mesmo espírito, se torna no Primeiro Itinerário Cultural Europeu e, posteriormente, em Património da Humanidade. A dicotomia entre turismo e peregrinação permite abordar os conceitos de turismo, turismo cultural e turismo religioso. Sendo um dos Caminhos Portugueses de Santiago, o Caminho que liga Viseu a Chaves é o ponto de partida para a apresentação de uma proposta de rota iconográfica, na qual se explora a iconografia associada a São Tiago, e que pode ser encontrada no Caminho.; Considering the importance of Saint James Way, as a pilgrimage route and also as a cultural itinerary, the present dissertation discusses historically Saint James life and his important “action” in the Iberian Peninsula...

A New Pilgrimage in Portugal: Following the Steps of Saint Nuno

Braga, Carla; Brito, Miguel; Soares, Margarida
Fonte: Dublin Institute of Technology, Leeds Metropolitan University Publicador: Dublin Institute of Technology, Leeds Metropolitan University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Tourism is an ever-changing reality. Pilgrimages need different stimuli to attract new followers. In this context we propose to create an itinerary following the steps of Saint Nuno of Santa Maria, canonized in 2009. Nuno Álvares Pereira was the real name of Saint Nuno, who was granted the title Constable of Portugal, and became a historic legend in the independence wars of Portugal during the political crisis of 1383-1385. After fighting against the power of Castile(Spain) he decided to devote his life to religion as a Carmelite Friar. He represents the perfect hero of the Middle Ages - associating military prowess with a religious character. Our proposal is to create a religious itinerary based on facts of Saint Nuno’s life, so that any visitor may easily discover the country following the steps of this saint who was deeply devoted to the Virgin - in fact, all temples he founded and restored were dedicated to Our Lady. One of his most famous foundations is the Carmelite Convent in Lisbon, which long after his death was an outstanding popular pilgrimage place, and today is still a strong visitor attraction. This exploratory study is based on literature review and text analyses about religious tourism, itinerary design and the life of the saint. The fieldwork includes acknowledging the different sites related to the saint. We believe that it is possible to create an original religious itinerary in Portugal...

Devotions of Desire: Changing Gods, Changing People at a Transylvanian Pilgrimage Site

Loustau, Marc Roscoe
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation; text Formato: application/pdf
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This dissertation describes how desiring subjects make devotional worlds in times of radical change. I argue that what is centrally at stake for people who pass through the Şumuleu Ciuc (Hungarian: Csíksomlyó) pilgrimage site in Transylvania, Romania is the question of what makes a good Catholic in relation to the Virgin Mary. Disputes about this question revolve around notions of the desiring subject: What role should forms of sexual, material, and affective self-interest – or lack thereof – play in the life of Mary’s devotees and the life of the Mother of God herself? This formulation of desire and change as intersubjective and relational processes involving divine and human beings breaks new ground among dominantly sociological and symbolic studies of religious change in contemporary Eastern Europe. Chapter One broadly outlines 20th and 21st century social transformations in the Ciuc valley. Chapter Two explores the annual Pentecost pilgrimage event as a ritual intricately caught up in everyday processes of emerging post-socialist masculine subject formation. Chapter Three tells the story of a young woman’s vision of the Virgin Mary that resulted in the installation of a new statue and shrine at the pilgrimage site. Where other scholars have treated similar events in terms of abstract political processes of resacralizing and nationalizing post-socialist space and time...

My pilgrimage; Pilgrimage.

Buck, Dudley (1839 - 1909); Bonar, Horatius (1808 - 1889)
Fonte: G. Schirmer Publicador: G. Schirmer
Tipo: Musical Score Formato: Number of Pages:7 p; Dimensions:31 cm
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For alto voice with piano or organ. --- At head of caption: Three sacred songs for alto. --- Caption title: No. 1. Pilgrimage.

Território da religiosidade: fé, mobilidade e símbolos na construção do espaço sagrado da romaria do senhor do Bonfim em Araguacema, Tocantins.; religiousness territory: faith, mobility and symbols in the construction of the Lord of Bonfim Pilgrimage sacred space in Araguacema, Tocantins.

Carvalho, José Rodrigues de
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Geografia (IESA); Instituto de Estudos Socioambientais - IESA (RG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Geografia (IESA); Instituto de Estudos Socioambientais - IESA (RG)
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This paper aims to study faith experiences and practice; the pilgrims mobility and symbols in a religious territory, searching to understand their meanings in time and the sacred space construction at Romaria do Senhor do Bonfim (The Lord of Bonfim Pilgrimage) in Araguacema, Tocantins. This pilgrimage is what many other authors call the popular catholic manifestation; a branch of Christianity which means Catholicism in a peculiar way. This religious modality expresses through pilgrimage, traditions that spatialize in sanctuaries. Pilgrimages are places of substantiation of religious experiences, in which there are celebrations for the saints, or to other kind of hierophany, where territoriality and territories loaded with sacred symbols, result from a group of practices and rites turning the sanctuary meaningful for the religious being and for cultural geography. We made this research in four ample intersected moments which were accomplished by approaching with the object. On them we tried to read the imaginary landscape of the symbolic territories in pilgrims‘ oral representation. We got closer to them through bibliographical reading on the issue, trying to place it in Geography epistemological field. The idea was not to make a preconception on Pilgrimage...

Da folia ao giro da Santa: território-lugar e identidade na Romaria Kalunga de N. Sra. Aparecida; From folia to saint´s circuit: territory-place and identity in Kaluga Pilgrimage of N. Sra. Aparecida

Lima, Luana Nunes Martins de
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Geografia (IESA); Instituto de Estudos Socioambientais - IESA (RG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Geografia (IESA); Instituto de Estudos Socioambientais - IESA (RG)
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The Romaria de Nossa Senhora Aparecida is a feast that takes place in Kalunga communities Diadema ans Ribeirão, in Teresina de Goiás. The main objective of this research was to investigate how the festive rituals of the Romaria de Nossa Senhora Aparecida act in the production of an symbolic territory (or several symbolic territories), in the emergence of territoriality, in the construction of a territorial identity for the Kalunga communities where it occurs. We inquire, therefore: How does the feast strengthens the ties between the residents and those with their own territory? What measure and how the festive rituals reproduced by the collective memory are configured as producers of a territorial identity? What senses and "spatial feelings" the feast, as experience and tradition, evokes in the communities? How are the feast influences in the (re) production of space and how it changes because of that? The methodological procedures performed were the literature review in books, articles, magazines and other; fieldwork with participant research, semi-structured interviews, Participatory Rural Appraisal techniques and Oral History. The cataloging and interpretation of transcriptions of material collected in the fieldwork were supported by Content Analysis. It was possible to understand how the Romaria de Nossa Senhora Aparecida is important for the local culture and how in it are consolidated many strategies and power relations...

In deep water: diving site names on Norfolk Island

Nash, J.; Chuk, T.
Fonte: Routledge Publicador: Routledge
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2012 EN
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A linguistic and cultural analysis of diving site names and their role as toponyms is absent in Pacific research and studies into scuba diving tourism. This article analyzes a corpus of 38 diving site names collected during interview-based fieldwork on Norfolk Island. The analyses demonstrate that the naming of Norfolk Island diving sites can be perceived as a type of tourism management – through the names, diving sites are ascribed varying degrees of linguistic, cultural, and historical significance. Previous studies in tourism research have argued that tourism can be perceived as a modern form of pilgrimage, and that the naming of tourism sites is a way of sacralizing sites in order to emphasize their importance within processes of pilgrimage. The results of this article reveal empirically that Norfolk diving sites are part of a sacralization process, where transference of the cultural, historical, and environmental significance from names as language to locations as place occurs. The article puts forward diving site names not only as a toponymic taxon of interest to toponymy and linguistics but also for island and coastal studies in the Pacific and elsewhere.; Joshua Nash & Tin Chuk

Re-examining ecological aspects of Vrindavan Pilgrimage

Nash, J.
Fonte: Springer; Netherlands Publicador: Springer; Netherlands
Tipo: Parte de Livro
Publicado em //2012 EN
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Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India, the medieval Hindu pilgrimage centre associated with Radha and Krishna, provides a clear instance for observing ecological concerns associated with modern religious pilgrimage. This paper reconsiders ecological approaches to Vrindavan pilgrimage and argues that the current mismatch between belief and action by modern pilgrims in Vrindavan and its pilgrimage sites is the result of a schism between the perceived ecological significance of pilgrimage as a religious act and the importance of acts of pilgrimage as a method of ecological awareness creation. Based on over a decade of environmental fieldwork, a seven level model of human ecology is presented incorporating several levels of pilgrimage. This model challenges the relevance of previous research in pilgrimage tourism and the secularisation of pilgrimage in modern contexts.; Joshua Nash

Promotions, Inventions and Exhibitions: Strategies for Renewal or Evidence of the Secularisation of Pilgrimage and the Decline of Religion in Contemporary Japan?; Promotions, Inventions and Exhibitions: Strategies for Renewal or Evidence of the Secularisation of Pilgrimage and the Decline of Religion in Contemporary Japan?

Reader, Ian
Fonte: Universidade de Tubinga Publicador: Universidade de Tubinga
Tipo: (wissenschaftlicher) Artikel
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In this article I introduce four promotional events related to Japanese pilgrimages, each of which occurred in the period between 2007 and 2008. The article discusses how each of these events has been designed and instigated by Buddhist priests and Buddhist pilgrimage organisations in order to remedy a decline in pilgrim numbers in recent years and to increase the potential of pilgrimage temples and routes to attract visitors. Such activities have involved, variously, putting on exhibitions of pilgrimage in department stores and shopping malls, putting on display normally hidden Buddhist icons, developing new pilgrimages based in the acquisition of consumer items, and trying to get one famous pilgrimage route designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Such events can be seen as modern extensions of an enduring Buddhist strategy of using pilgrimages to promote themselves and revive declining fortunes. They are in such contexts indicative of the problematic circumstances that Buddhist institutions and religion in Japan in general face in the present day of declining support levels, and as such should be seen as a strategic response to such decline. However, the article notes that they should also be considered not just as strategic responses to decline and to the advances of a secularisation process in Japan but also as potentially contributing factors to the processes of secularisation. The manner in which pilgrimages have been promoted...

De la peregrinación medieval al viaje imaginario: la evolución literaria y estética de un género como prefiguración del hecho turístico; From pilgrimage accounts to imaginary journeys in the Middle Ages. Literary and aesthetic clues on the evolution of the genre as an early patterning of touristic events

Conde Silvestre, Juan Camilo
Fonte: Murcia, Universidad de Murcia, Servicio de Publicaciones Publicador: Murcia, Universidad de Murcia, Servicio de Publicaciones
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El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar algunas fuentes escritas relacionadas con las peregrinaciones medievales con el objetivo de detectar aquellos pasajes que, recreándose en el detalle visual y estético, podrían trascender el carácter práctico y salvífico reclamado a las guías de peregrinos al uso, como el Liber Peregrinationis incluido en el famoso Codex Calixtinus (s. XII). Se propone que, en cierto sentido, estos textos podrían apuntar hacia una experiencia más humana del recorrido, la cual prefigura el concepto posterior de viaje como forma de conocimiento, exploración, deleite o fruto de la curiosidad. La segunda parte del trabajo explora estos aspectos en Los viajes de John Mandeville (s. XIV), un tratado de intención literaria evidente, heredero en parte de las guías prácticas de peregrinos a Tierra Santa.; ABSTRACT This paper studies some of the primary sources related to medieval pilgrimage, especially concentrating in those passages which render visual and aesthetic details and, in doing so, transcend the practical and eschatological aims that the Christian hierarchy associated with pilgrim guides, such as the well-known Liber Peregrinationis in Codex Calixtinus (12th century). I believe that, to a certain extent...

Monasterios de la ciudad de Sofía. Potencialidad de viaje de peregrinación y desarrollo turístico.; The monasteries around Sofia. Pilgrimage travels potential and tourist development

Hruleva, Milena; Blanco Romero, Asunción; Cánoves Valiente, Gemma
Fonte: Murcia, Universidad de Murcia, Servicio de Publicaciones Publicador: Murcia, Universidad de Murcia, Servicio de Publicaciones
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El presente artículo trata de analizar las posibilidades de desarrollo de los viajes peregrinos y el turismo religioso en los monasterios del Monte Sagrado de Sofía (Bulgaria). En primer lugar se describen los viajes de peregrinación como un producto turístico específico y se explica la importancia de la planificación estratégica como instrumento para diversificar la oferta de un destino turístico. A través del estudio se describe el espacio del entorno religioso del Monte Sagrado y sus principales características como centro de peregrinación devocional. Se analiza la estrategia, el mercado turístico y la oferta de la capital de Bulgaria, la ciudad de Sofía, basada sobre todo en el turismo cultural y de negocios. Finalmente se valoran datos estadísticos para evaluar el potencial turístico del Monte Sagrado de Sofía, diseñar propuestas y afrontar algunos retos del futuro.; ABSTRACT: This article analyzes the possibilities for development of pilgrimage travel and religious tourism in the monasteries of The Holy Mount of Sofia (Bulgaria). The pilgrimage is described as a specific tourist product and we explained the importance of the strategic planning as a tool to diversify the offer of any tourist destination. In the study...

Gateway to Africa: The Pilgrimage Tourism of Diaspora Africans to Ghana

Reed, Ann
Fonte: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University Publicador: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University
Tipo: Doctoral Dissertation
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Thesis (PhD) - Indiana University, Anthropology, 2006; This dissertation examines the competing goals of Ghanaian tourism stakeholders, diaspora African visitors, and Cape Coast residents regarding pilgrimage tourism in Ghana's Central Region. Based on over one year of fieldwork in Cape Coast, my research incorporates interviews and surveys with tourism policy makers, tour guides, visitors, and local Ghanaians and African Americans, as well as participant-observation of guided tours at Cape Coast and Elmina castles and PANAFEST (Pan-African Historical Theatre Festival) and Emancipation Day, and analysis of the castles' guest books. Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle are potent sites of memory for the trans-Atlantic slave trade and serve as icons of a naturalized gateway to Africa for diaspora Africans. These castles are the backdrop for PANAFEST and Emancipation Day, two Pan-African oriented festivals observed in Ghana since the 1990s which attract large numbers of diaspora Africans. African Americans have been selected by Ghana's Ministry of Tourism as the target market for pilgrimage tourism, but many African Americans are offended by being labeled as tourists because they consider going to Ghana as a sacred act of coming "home." The boundaries between tourist and pilgrim become blurred through the manifestations of social memory evident in castle tours and Pan-African festivals. This research looks at how social memories dwell in different sites and practices: in the rhetoric of public speeches...

A Pilgrim's House, with the Supposed Adventures of his Pilgrimage to Mecca Painted on its Exterior.

Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton, 1856-1947
Fonte: Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx Publicador: Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx
Tipo: illustrations; StillImage
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Caption: "A Pilgrim's House, with the Supposed Adventures of his Pilgrimage to Mecca Painted on its Exterior."; The front wall of a house, painted with a narrative of pilgrimage. Black-and-white photograph.

Auto e peregrinação : a metáfora da caminhada no "Auto da alma" e em "Morte e Vida Severina"; Auto and pilgrimage : the walk metaphor in "Auto da Alma" and "Morte e Vida Severina"

Lígia Rodrigues Balista
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
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O objetivo dessa dissertação de mestrado foi analisar a metáfora da caminhada, a partir da leitura comparativa entre duas obras: Auto da Alma, de Gil Vicente, e Morte e Vida Severina - Auto de Natal Pernambucano, de João Cabral de Melo Neto. Procurei investigar como essas produções desenvolvem, a partir do trabalho com poesia e com o auto, a caminhada como imagem central de construção do texto: em ambos, são personagens em deslocamento espacial e temporal que protagonizam os poemas. Partindo da revisitação a textos da tradição cristã e a textos literários que trabalham com a tópica da peregrinatio, levantei alguns temas e imagens comuns relativos à peregrinação, que guiaram minha leitura comparativa. Além da própria metáfora de vida como caminho e/ou peregrinação, há a questão da ajuda divina para essa realização, bem como os perigos de desvio e do cansaço; as paradas para descanso (e os diferentes valores atribuídos ao parar); a questão do nome/singularidade (ou possibilidade de representação de outros personagens) do peregrino central; as vestimentas que o viajante porta, ou das quais se desfaz ao longo da caminhada; a questão do alimento recebido (ou da falta dele) ao caminhar; assim como o que...

Abject pilgrimage and healing in Jaume Roig's Spill

Dangler, Jean
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2003 ENG
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In the Spill o Llibre de les dones, the fifteenth-century writer and physician from Valencia, Jaume Roig, uses the motif of pilgrimage to attack earthly women, particularly women healers. Roig undermines the salutary function of medieval pilgrimage in order to expose mundane women in their effort to harm male pilgrims. Since men cannot rely on earthly women, they must seek a healing encounter with the Virgin, whose salutary ministrations always are constant and efficacious. Roig’s assault on women through pilgrimage further relates to larger social attempts to marginalize traditional women healers from legitimate salutary practice, since he aims to dissuade male readers from seeking women’s healing services in everyday society.

Rural Traditions at the party from divine eternal father in Trindade (GO): periodic trade and pilgrimage of cars of oxen; Tradiciones campestres em la fiesta del divino padre eterno en Trindade (GO): Comercio periódico y romería de carros de bueyes.; Tradições da roça na festa do Divino Pai Eterno em Trindade (GO): comércio periódico e romaria de carros de bois.

Maia, Carlos Eduardo S.; Coelho, Tito Oliveira
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
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The present work treats of the retail periodic trade and of the Pilgrimage of Cars of Oxen in time-space of the party from Divine Eternal Father in Trindade, GO, events thatreveal, in this town, how rural traditions. It opposed, upwards from an associate-cultural discussion of data raised in archive, newspapers, magazines, books and dossier connected to the theme, over interviews and questionnaires applied in two thousand one (2001) and two thousand two (2002). To study about the party how important element to the sporadic merchants, landlords of points (inhabitant from town) and to the Municipal District from Trindade. The pilgrimage of cars of oxen is seen how one of their singulars components, because, in spite there to be others in Goiás, no one it equal to that one in number of participators. They showed up, swiftly some, aspects from the history of the party from Camp from Barro Preto, in order to understand it the insertion of these elements (trade and popular festival) how locals traditions, analyzing it, parallelly, the interference of the clergy and of laymen agents in the organization of the Party. It checked that these multiple influences (of power and of the church). They resulted in change constants in the manner to do the party...

Itinerarium Burdigalense uel Hierosolymitanum (Itinerário de Bordeaux ou de Jerusalém): texto latino, mapas e tradução comentada; Itinerarium Burdigalense sive Hierosolymitanum

Sartin, Gustavo; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
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http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1980-4237.2014n15p293O Itinerarium Burdigalense (Itinerário de Bordeaux) – também conhecido como Itinerarium Hierosolymitanum (Itinerário de Jerusalém) – é o mais antigo relato cristão de uma peregrinação a Terra Santa. Ele relata uma viagem de Bordeaux a Jerusalém realizada durante os anos 333 e 334. O texto chegou a nossos dias em quatro manuscritos, copiados entre os séculos VIII e X. O que se segue é nossa edição do texto latino, acompanhada de sua tradução comentada para o Português do Brasil e por mapas.ABSTRACTThe Itinerarium Burdigalense (Bordeaux Itinerary) – also known as Itinerarium Hierosolymitanum (Jerusalem Itinerary) – is the oldest record of a Christian pilgrimage to the Holy Land. It recounts a journey from Bordeaux to Jerusalem during the years 333 and 334. The text survives in four manuscripts, copied between the 8th and 10th centuries. The following is our edition of the Latin text, accompanied by its translation into Brazilian Portuguese, with commentaries and maps.Keywords: Late Antiquity; Christian pilgrimage; Holy Land; Roman roads; Itinerarium Burdigalense; The Itinerarium Burdigalense (Bordeaux Itinerary) – also known as Itinerarium Hierosolymitanum (Jerusalem Itinerary) – is the oldest record of a Christian pilgrimage to the Holy Land. It recounts a journey from Bordeaux to Jerusalem during the years 333 and 334. The text survives in four manuscripts...

Pilgrimage in mediaspace: continuities and transformations

Couldry, Nick
Fonte: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Amsterdam Publicador: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Amsterdam
Tipo: Article; PeerReviewed Formato: application/pdf; application/pdf
Publicado em //2007 EN; EN; EN
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The concept of pilgrimage has a contested history, but this article argues that the Turnerian notion of pilgrimage as a compulsory journey to a focus of shared values remains of fundamental relevance, and is directly applicable to the range of journeys people now make to locations associated with media. After introducing the concept of ‘media pilgrimage’, the article discusses various challenges: first, from the argument that relatively banal journeys to media locations cannot possibly be compared to the intensity of religious pilgrimage; second, from the complexities of making the concept of ‘media pilgrimage’ work in transcultural comparison; and thirdly, from the difficulties of understanding what would continue ‘pilgrimage’ in the online environment of digital media. The article concludes the concept of media pilgrimage remains a useful one, even if its future boundaries are right now particularly uncertain.

Pagar uma promessa: An anthropological study of the Catholic pilgrimage to Fatima.

Yel, Ali Murat
Fonte: London School of Economics and Political Science Thesis Publicador: London School of Economics and Political Science Thesis
Tipo: Thesis; NonPeerReviewed Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //1995 EN
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This thesis examines the phenomenon of the Fatima (Portugal) pilgrimage as an "arena for different discourses". Pilgrimage involves not only a journey to a sacred place but also the clergy. From the beginning the clergy authorise the shrine and try to control almost all the activities, rituals and profane activities alike, that take place throughout its history. Pilgrims, as the most important actors in any pilgrimage, have different goals and expectations both from the shrine and the members of the clergy. The thesis tries to uncover the silent disputes between the two parties and how they manage (or fail) to achieve their purposes. Pilgrimage stimulates economic exchange as well as religious exchange in the economy of salvation. Owing to the influx of vast numbers of pilgrims at a (usually) small and out-of-the-way place, the pilgrimage shrines also attract business-minded people who are engaged in hotel, restaurant and selling articles of religious devotion businesses. In time, these shop-keepers, along with devotees who choose to settle down near the shrines, become the inhabitants of pilgrimage towns. Their discourse is also different from that of the clergy and pilgrims. The devotees, as permanent residents of the town, have gradually become aware of the fact that Fatima is not "Paradise found". They witness some attitudes of the clergy of which they disapprove...