Sarum is the old name for modern Salisbury, and is the location of the cathedral from which this group got its name.
More information is available via these links:
- The official Salisbury Cathedral web site.
- Sarum College, in the Salisbury Cathedral Close, where the Sarum Seminar trips were based; contact them for friendly accommodation in a magical setting. They offer educational courses of various kinds.
- Marion Roberts' The Salisbury Project at the University of Virginia: a superb collection of Salisbury-related plans and images.
- More information about Salisbury can be found at Visit Salisbury and Salisbury Today.
The course that got this all started
Bob Scott's Gothic Cathedrals and Great Churches of England, 1150-1350 Stanford University Continuing Studies course.
Bob Scott's course has evolved into a book, The Gothic Enterprise, published by University of California Press in 2003. Most of the photographs and artwork in the book were supplied by seminar members. Its bibliography is an updated version of the one originally provided for Bob's course.
Bob continued his study of cathedrals and medieval society with Miracle Cures: Saints, Pilgrimage and the Healing Powers of Belief, published in 2010. Reviews of the books and a description of Bob's current projects can be found here.
- Cindy Davis has made available her wonderful pictures from the 2001 Salisbury and Cotswolds trip.
- Virginia Jansen's art history courses at the University of Santa Cruz included some wonderful materials. Her online courses include: Gothic cathedrals and Romanesque architecture.
- Pointers to other web pages and related information sources that were submitted by the Sarum participants (now quite out of date!), as well as Dick Jones' Medieval Miracle Cookies recipe.