Table of Contents - Special Issue on Spiritual Tourism, Fieldwork in Religion (Issue 13.1, 2018)

Fieldwork in Religion
Issue 13.1 (2018) table of contents

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Special Issue
Spiritual Tourism
Guest Editor
Alex Norman

EDITORIAL-open access
Guest Editor’s Introduction: Spiritual Tourism
Alex Norman

ARTICLES
Performance, Landscape, and Shamanism in Werner Herzog’s Of Walking in Ice
Giselle Bader

Spirituality and Tourism in Japanese Pilgrimage Sites: Exploring the Intersection through the Case of Kumano Kodo
Ricardo Nicolas Progano, Kumi Kato

The Gosford Edogawa Commemorative Garden: Tensions between a Secular Gosford City Council and the Religious Dimensions of the Site
Cassanda Hastie

Prehistoric Monuments as Numinous Sites of Spiritual Tourism: The Rollright Stones
Carole M. Cusack

"Another City, Another Sauna": Travel as Saunatarian Praxis
Jack Tsonis

BOOK REVIEWS-open access
Cotter, Christopher R. and D. G. Robertson. After World Religions: Reconstructing Religious Studies
George D. Chryssides
Cheruvallil-Contractor, Sariya and Suha Shakkour (eds.) Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion, and Curtis D. Coats and Monica M. Emerich (eds) Practical Spiritualities in a Media Age
Stephen B. Jacobs
Buggeln, G., C. Paine and S. B. Plate (eds.) Religion in Museums: Global and Multidisciplinary Perspectives
Amy Whitehead
Norman, Alex (ed.) Journeys and Destinations: Studies in Travel, Identity and Meaning
Jonathan Wooding


Co-Editors
Carole M. Cusack, University of Sydney
Rachelle Scott, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Book Reviews Editor
George D. Chryssides, University of Birmingham

ISSN: 1743-0615 (print)
ISSN: 1743-0623 (online)

Fieldwork in Religion
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Fieldwork in Religion is an internationally peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal. The journal publishes articles, review essays and book reviews relevant to the theoretical engagement with and practical undertaking of fieldwork in religion. Submissions are welcome from any disciplinary perspective, theoretical paradigm or methodological approach. Although the journal specialises in contemporary matters, historical treatments with direct relevance to modern-day fieldwork in religion will be considered for publication.