Dr Hurlock will deliver a lecture on 10 November 2021, 6pm.
This lecture examines the practice of pilgrimage in Manchester and the North-West in the 18th and 19th centuries, showing how people sought miracle cures for a range of illnesses and impairments.
Dr Kathryn Hurlock is a Reader in History at Manchester Metropolitan University. She is an expert in both pilgrimage and historical experiences of disability. Her recent publications include Medieval Welsh Pilgrimage (2018) and Crusading and Ideas of the Holy Land (2021).
This is part of a series of lectures taking place during UK Disability History Month.
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