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Make-Believe: Spiritual Practice, Embodiment, and Sacred Space
In this paper I examine different forms of spiritual practice which seek to (re)enchant the everyday and the ordinary. By considering the duality of sacred and profane as the relational outcome ofExpand
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Editorial: Placing religion and spirituality in geography
As Foucault’s work demonstrates, a culture cannot understand itself without erst understanding its implicit connection and development within the constructs of religious belief and practice.Expand
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Mundane mobilities, banal travels
All of us are caught up in banal or mundane mobilities, whether it is the walk to the bus stop and catching the bus to town, the daily commute by train to work, the trip by car to the supermarket,Expand
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Rhythmanalysing the coach tour: the Ring of Kerry, Ireland
This paper utilises and extends Henri Lefebvre's ideas about rhythmanalysis to explore the rhythmic qualities of taking a coach tour. The paper investigates the Ring of Kerry tour in the West ofExpand
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Enchanted Spaces: The Séance, Affect, and Geographies of Religion
Abstract This article calls for the geographies of religion and belief to attend to the sensuous, vitalistic, and affectual forces through which spaces of the religious, spiritual, and the sacred areExpand
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Legend-Tripping in Spooky Spaces: Ghost Tourism and Infrastructures of Enchantment
This paper investigates the increasingly popular practice of ghost tourism comprising urban ghost tours and organised paranormal investigations. Set in the context of modern forms of enchantment,Expand
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The Space That Faith Makes: Towards a (Hopeful) Ethos of Engagement
This chapter seeks to move beyond functionalist and reductionist accounts of religion into realms broadly conceivable as the post-secular. As such, this chapter is placed at the still fuzzy borderExpand
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Locating haunting: a ghost-hunter's guide
Recent work in human geography seems to support Roger Luckhurst's (2002) claim that the humanities and social sciences are undergoing a `spectral turn'. This paper is intended as a contribution toExpand
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