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Abstract

Mapping the Religious Mind: India and the Medieval Geography of Religion


Religion and geography intersect and interact, particularly in the context of medieval cartography. India was represented on medieval world maps as a country of wisdom and a land of opulence but its depiction has to be seen within the wider context of the Christian vision of history.

Scafi, Alessandro (2011) Mapping the Religious Mind: India and the Medieval Geography of Religion. In: Dean's Seminar. (Unpublished)


Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Subjects:Culture, Language & Literature
History
Philosophy
Keywords:Mapping, Religion, Mind, India, Geography
Divisions:Warburg Institute
Collections:SAS podcasts
Dean's Seminar
Deposited By:Benjamin Coleman
Date Deposited:04 May 2012 16:59
Last Modified:04 May 2012 16:59
ItemID:4102
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