Alicia Wolff on pilgrimage routes in the Middle Ages

8 February 2024

On Monday 19t February 2024, at 2:30pm (Rome time), Alicia Wolff, PhD student at the University of Heidelberg, will give a lecture on “Glossaries, itineraries, and treaties: Lists as the main tool for organizing, saving, and sharing knowledge in medieval pilgrimage reports”, based on her doctoral thesis.

Pilgrimage routes, from Northern Europe towards Rome and Jerusalem in particular, are one of the most important sources used by Micoll’s team to reconstruct medieval viability.

It will be possible to join the Zoom meeting clicking here:

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Alicia Wolff (Lohmann) is a research associate at the University of Heidelberg. Before joining the chair of Medieval History at Heidelberg (Professor Romedio Schmitz-Esser) in 2020, she attended FU Berlin between 2015 and 2020, where she obtained a master’s degree in History and Political Science. From 2018 to 2020 she worked as a student research assistant at the Leibniz-Edition project of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and at the chair of High and Late Medieval History (Professor Thomas Ertl) at FU.