Bibliography/Une bibliographie

Books By Jill on the Chartres Labyrinth
Praying the Labyrinth
Praying the Chartres Labyrinth
Bibliography on the Chartres Labyrinth in English

Anderson, Richard Feather. (1992). How to Draw of Lay Out a Replica of the Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth: Self-Published.
Bernet, Claus. (2015). Heavenly Jerusalem and the Labyrinth. Caerdroia, 44, 40-43.  Retrieved from https://himmlischesjerusalem.wordpress.com
Compton, Vanessa Jane. (2001). Experience and Meaning in the Cathedral Labyrinth Pilgrimage. (Master of Arts), University of Toronto, Toronto.
Connolly, Daniel. (2005). At the Center of the World: The Labyrinth Pavement of Chartres Cathedral. In Sarah Blick & Rita Tekippe (Eds.), Art and architecture of late medieval pilgrimage in Northern Europe and the British Isles (pp. 285-314). Leiden ; Boston: Brill.
Doll, Kristin. (2003). Domus Deadeli: Elements of Sacred Symbolism in the Labyrinth of Chartres. Unpublished paper.
Ellard, Peter. November, 1997. “The Theology of the School of Chartres and the Labyrinth of Chartres Cathedral.” American Academy of Religion, San Francisco,
Evans, D.A.D. (1992). Labyrinths in Medieval Churches: An Investigation of Form and Function: University of Arizona.
Ferré, Robert. (1997). The Chartres Labyrinth.  Trilogy. St. Louis, MO: One Way Press.
Ferré, Robert. (1999). The Origin of the Chartres Labyrinth Pattern (pp. 12). St. Louis, MO: One Way Press.
Ferré, Robert. (2001). Constructing the Chartres Labyrinth. An Instruction Manual. St. Louis, MO: One Way Press.
Ferré, Robert. (2001). Origin, Symbolism, and Design of the Chartres Labyrinth. St. Louis: One Way Press.
Ferré, Robert. (Nov. 2001). Sacred Geometry, Chartres Cathedral, and the Labyrinth. Paper presented at the The Labyrinth Society International Conference and Gathering, Atlanta, GA.
Geoffrion, Jill Kimberly Hartwell. (1999). Praying the Labyrinth: A Journal for Spiritual Creativity. Cleveland, OH: Pilgrim Press.
Geoffrion, Jill K. H. (2006). Praying the Chartres Labyrinth: A Pilgrim’s Guidebook. Cleveland, OH: Pilgrim Press.
Geoffrion, Jill K H, and Alain P. Louët. 2010. “The Petit Labyrinth Graffito of Chartres Cathedral.”  Caerdroia 40:4-8.
Griswold, Pheobe W. (2001). Reflection: The Labyrinth of Chartres. Anglican Theological Review(Winter 2001).
James, John. (1977). The Mystery of the Great Labyrinth: Chartres Cathedral. Studies in Comparative Religion, 11, 92-115.
James, John. (1982). The Master Masons of Chartres. NY: West Grinstead Publishing.
Kuipers, Willem. (2000). Cadence Characterises Labyrinths. Caerdroia, 31, 33-40.
McGregor, Mary Jean. 2012. “Walking the Labyrinth in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Chartres: The Lived Experience of Middle-aged North Americans while on Pilgrimage. A Grounded Theory Study.”Doctoral Thesis, The Union University.
Sands, Helen Raphael. (2001). The Healing Labyrinth. Finding Your Path to Inner Peace. New York: Barrons.
Saward, Jeff, & Saward, Kimberly Lowelle. (2003). Is That A Fact? Caerdroia, 33, 14-27.
Travers, P. L. 1989. “Walking the Maze at Chartres.” In What the Bee Knows. Reflections on Myth, Symbol and Story, 132-137. Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England: Aquarian Press.
Villette, Jean. (1995). The Enigma of the Labyrinth (Robert Ferré and Ruth Hanna, Trans.). St. Louis, MO: One Way Press.
Warren, Lee. (Feb. 26, 2001). The Sacred Journey.  A Personal Encounter with the Labyrinth of Chartres. Virginia Advocate, 169(3), 5-7.
Wright, Craig. (2001). The Maze and the Warrior. Symbols in Architecture, Theology, and Music. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

The labyrinth from the west looking east

Une Bibliographie sur le labyrinthe de la cathédrale de Chartres

Chartres, Association de Amis du Centre Médiéval Européen de. (1999). Un Fil D’Ariane Pour Le Labyrinthe de Chartres. Actes du Colloque Européen des 3 et 4 juilliet 1999. Chartres: AACMEC.
Boisthibault, Doublet de. (1851). Notice sur le labyrinthe de la cathédrale de Chartres. Revue Archéologique, 8(2), 437-447. doi:10.2307/41741924
Dubosc, Georges (1920). Le football de Pâques dans les églises du Moyen-Age. dans le Journal de Rouen.
James, John. (1979). Chartres: Les Constructeurs (Dominique Maunoury, Trans.  Vol. Duex). Chartres: Société Archeologique D’Eure-et-Loir.
Joly, Roger. (1999). Une Nouvelle Lecture pour Le Labyrinth de la Cathédrale de Chartres. Bulletin de la Societé d’Archologie d’Eure et Loir, 63, 202-231.
Ketley-LaPorte, John & Odette. (1997). Chartres: Le Labyrinthe Déchiffré: Éditions Jean-Michel Garnier.
Soupeaux, Capucine. (2010). Dans la Cathédrale de Chartres, Il y a un labyrinth. (Master’s Thesis: Une memoire), Institut Catholique de Paris, Facultés de Théologie et de Sciences Religieuses, Paris.
Villette, Jean. (1983). L’Enigme du Labyrinthe Notre Dame de Chartres: L’Enigme du Labyrinth (pp. 4-11). Chartres, France.

Music Resources:

McMillen, Joan. (1989). Remembering the Way.  Ceremony in Honor of the Labyrinth at Chartres [Audio Tape]. Menlo Park, CA: Joan Marie McMillen.

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