Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art & Architecture is an open-access journal published by the International Society for the Study of Pilgrimage Art. Here readers will find scholarly articles focused on "medieval visual culture" as well as book reviews, photo essays, and shorter pieces with a more personal approach. Some issues center around a theme. For example, the most recent theme is the publication's third biennial "Mappings" issue, while medieval graffiti is the theme of the Spring 2017 issue. Art history educators and interested readers may also want to visit this journal's image gallery via the "Photobank" link in the left sidebar, where, as of this writing, they will find over 2,400 images contributed by medievalists as educational resources. Edited by Sarah Blick, professor of Art History at Kenyon College, Peregrinations is published periodically and is part of Kenyon College's digital repository. Each article can be downloaded individually as a PDF, and readers can subscribe via email or RSS to be notified of new publications.