El Camino is a one-week walk that follows one of the oldest medieval pilgrimage routes to St. James Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, located in the Northeast part of Spain. Santiago de Compostela is the legendary burial place of St. James, venerated by Christians around the world. Archetypical travels of St. James, and his supposed entombment in the Iberian Peninsula, gave birth to the eschatological myth and created one of the most important pilgrimages in the medieval world known as El Camino de Santiago. Faculty and students walked El Camino first in 2016 and later in 2018. The next trip will take place in May of 2020. Spaces are limited.
The information session is scheduled for Tuesday, September 17, 2019 in OM 314, from 4:00 – 4:50 p.m.
For more information, contact Margaret Stefanski, PhD, associate professor, Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at Ext. 3736.
Submitted by: Margaret Stefanski, PhD, associate professor, Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures