Interested in publishing your research in pilgrimage studies?

Posted by Luana Life, Marketing Coordinator

We are seeking book proposals for two new series!

Once relatively neglected, pilgrimage has become an increasingly prominent topic of study over the last few decades. Its study is inevitably inter-disciplinary, and extends across a growing range of scholarly fields, including religion, anthropology, geography, history, literary studies, art history, archaeology, sociology, heritage and tourism studies. This process shows no sign of abating—indeed, it looks set to continue to expand. Our series comprise:

Ashgate Studies in Pilgrimage

This new series seeks to expand scholarly conversations in pilgrimage, including themes as diverse as pilgrimage within national and post-national frames, pilgrimage-writing, materialities of pilgrimage, digi-pilgrimage and secular pilgrimage.

Series Editors: Simon Coleman, University of Toronto, Canada; Dee Dyas, University of York, UK; John Eade, University of Roehampton UK and University College London, UK; and Jas’ Elsner, University of Oxford and Unviersity of Chicago

Compostela International Studies in Pilgrimage History and Culture

This series deals with the universal phenomenon of pilgrimage, understood in a wide sense, making available the latest research sponsored by the IEGPS. It focuses on historical, cultural, political and religious aspects of the subject, prioritizing multidisciplinary and diverse approaches and analyses, with volumes covering historical periods from the medieval to the modern and a world-wide geographical range.

Series Editor: Antón M. Pazos, IEGPS, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

To learn more about these series, please visit the series pages on our website:

Ashgate Studies in Pilgrimage

Compostela International Studies in Pilgrimage History and Culture

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