Religion, Pilgrimage, and Tourism - 
      Alex Norman
      Carole M. Cusack

Religion, Pilgrimage, and Tourism

Alex Norman (Redaktør) ; Carole M. Cusack (Redaktør)

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For as long as human beings have existed they have been interested in travel. Their homelands and cultural norms have always been constructed with reference to, or contrasted with, the lands and habits of 'the Other'. Implicit in this statement is the notion that some places are more special (perhaps sacred) than others, and this is the core of the intimate relationship between human beings, place and travel, and religion.
Forlag: Routledge
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ISBN: 9781138014886
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Religion, Pilgrimage, and Tourism: Critical Concepts in Religious Studies

Volume I: Methodology

General Introduction: "Religion, Pilgrimage, and Tourism: An Introduction"

Alex Norman and C. M. Cusack

Volume Introduction: "Aids for Navigation: Methods, Concepts, and Theories for the Study of Mobile Religions"

Alex Norman

Part 1: Pilgrimage Models

1. Victor Turner, 'The Centre Out There: Pilgrim's Goal', History of Religions, vol. 12, no. 3 (1972), 191-230.

2. Barbara Nimri Aziz, 'Personal Dimensions of the Sacred Journey: What Pilgrims Say', Religious Studies 23, 1987, pp. 247-261.

3. Craig T. Palmer, Ryan O. Begley and Kathryn Coe, 'In Defence of Differentiating Pilgrimage From Tourism,' International Journal of Tourism Anthropology 2 (1), 2012, pp. 71-85.

4. Shampa Mazumdar and Sanjoy Mazumdar, 'Religion and Place Attachment: A Study of Sacred Places', Journal of Environmental Psychology 24 (2004), pp. 385-397.

5. James J. Preston, 'Spiritual Magnetism: An Organising Principle for the Study of Pilgrimage'. In Alan Morinis (ed.), Sacred Journeys: The Anthropology of Pilgrimage (Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1992), pp. 31-46.

6. Noga Collins-Kreiner, 'Researching Pilgrimage: Continuity and Transformations'. Annals of Tourism Research 37(2), 2010, pp. 440-456.

Part 2: Tourism Models

7. Erik Cohen, 'A Phenomenology of Tourist Experiences', Sociology, vol. 13 (1979), pp. 179-201.

8. Gisbert Rinschede, 'Forms of religious tourism' Annals of Tourism Research 19 (1), 1992, 51-67.

9. Roxanne L. Euben, 'The Comparative Politics of Travel', Parallax 9(4), 2003, pp. 18-28.

10. Dean MacCannell, 'Staged Authenticity', American Journal of Sociology 79 (3), 1973, 589-603.

11. Nelson H. H. Graburn, 'Tourism: The Sacred Journey'. In Valene L. Smith (ed.), Hosts and Guests: The Anthropology of Tourism (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989), pp. 17-31

12. Graham Dann, 'Anomie, Ego-Enhancement and Tourism', Annals of Tourism Research 4 (4), 1977, pp. 184-194.

Part 3: Modern Pilgrimage and Spiritual Tourism

13. Justine Digance, 'Religious and Secular Pilgrimage: Journeys Redolent with Meaning', in Tourism, Religion and Spiritual Journeys, eds Dallen J. Timothy and Daniel H. Olsen (London: Routledge, 2006), 36-48.

14. Alex Norman, 'The Varieties of the Spiritual Tourist Experience', Literature & Aesthetics 22 (1), 2012, 20-37.

15. David Brown, "Genuine Fakes," in The Tourist Image: Myths and Myth-Making in Tourism, ed. Tom Selwyn (Chichester: John Wiley and Sons, 1996), 33-47.

16. Adrian Ivakhiv, 'Nature and Self in New Age Pilgrimage,' Culture and Religion, 4(1), 2003, pp. 93-118.

17. Curtis Coats, 'Is the Womb Barren? A Located Study of Spiritual Tourism in Sedona, Arizona, and Its Possible Effects on Eco-consciousness', Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 2 (4), 2008, pp. 483-507.

18. Cohen, Erik, Ben-Yehuda, Nachman, and Aviad, Janet. 1987. "Recentering the World: The Quest for Elective Centers in a Secularized Universe." Sociological Review 35 (2), pp. 320-346.

Volume II: Historical StudiesVolume Introduction

Volume Introduction: "Religious Travel in Historical Contexts: Ancient, Medieval, Modern"

Carole M. Cusack

Part 1: Ancient World

19. Karljurgen G. Feuerherm, 'Have Horn, Will Travel: The Journeys of Mesopotamian Deities'. In Philip A. Harland (ed.) Travel and Religion in Antiquity. Studies in Christianity and Judaism, vol. 21. (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2011), 83-97.

20. Paul Cartledge, 'The Greek Religious Festivals'. In Greek Religion and Society, edited by P.E. Easterling and J.V. Muir, 98-127. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985, pp. 98-127.

21. Nigel Crowther, 'Visiting the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece: Travel and Conditions for Athletes and Spectators'. The International Journal of the History of Sport 18 (4), 2001, pp. 37-52.

22. Ian Rutherford, 'Theoria and Darsan: Pilgrimage and Vision in Greece and India', Classical Quarterly, 50 (1), 2000, pp. 133-146.

23. John Elsner, 'Pausanias: A Greek Pilgrim in the Roman World', Past and Present, 135, 1992, pp. 3-29

24. Blake Leyerle, 'Landscape as Cartography in Early Christian Pilgrimage Narratives,' Journal of the American Academy of Religion 64 (1), 1996, pp. 119-143.

Part 2: The Medieval World: Christian

25. Carol G. Zaleski, 'St Patrick's Purgatory: Pilgrimage Motifs in a Medieval Otherworld Vision', Journal of the History of Ideas, 46 (4), 1985, pp. 467-485.

26. Barbara Abou-El Haj, 'Santiago de Compostela in the Time of Diego Gelmirez', Gesta, 36 (2), 1997, pp. 165-179.

27. Roger Stalley, 'Sailing to Santiago: Medieval Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and its Artistic Influence in Ireland;. In John Bradley (ed.), Settlement and Society in Medieval Ireland (Boethius Press, 1988), pp. 397-420.

28. Giles Constable, 'Opposition to Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages', Studia Gratiana 19, 1976, pp. 125-146.

Part 3: The Medieval World: Non-Christian

29. Helaine Silverman, 'The Archaeological Identification of an Ancient Peruvian Pilgrimage Center'. World Archaeology 26 (1), 1994, pp. 1-18.

30. Cynthia Talbot, 'Temples, Donors, and Gifts: Patterns of Patronage in Thirteenth Century South India', Journal of Asian Studies, 50 (2), pp. 308-320.

31. Tansen Sen, 'The Travel Records of Chinese Pilgrims Faxian, Xuanzang, and Yijing: Sources for Cross-Cultural Encounters Between Ancient China and Ancient India', Education About Asia, 11(3), 2006, pp. 24-33.

32. Barbara Ambros, 'Liminal Journeys: Pilgrimages of Noblewomen in Mid-Heian Japan', Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 24 (3-4), 1997, pp. 301-345.

33. F. E. Peters, 'Origins', in F. E. Peters, The Hajj: The Muslim Pilgrimage to Mecca and the Holy Places, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1994, pp. 3-59.

Part 4: The Early Modern World

34. N. R Farooqi, 'Moguls, Ottomans and Pilgrims: Protecting the Routes to Mecca in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries', The International History Review, 10 (2), 1988, pp. 198-220.

35. Mary Byrne McDonnell, 'Patterns of Muslim Pilgrimage from Malaysia, 1885-1985'. In Dale F. Eickelman and James P. Piscatori (eds), Muslim Travellers: Pilgrimage, Migration, and the Religious Imagination (University of California Press, 1990), pp. 111-130.

Volume III: Modern Religious Pilgrimage

Volume Introduction: "Modern Pilgrimages: Places, Behaviours, and Sites of Contestation"

Carole M. Cusack

Part 1: Sites and Places

36. Michael Stausberg, 'Religious Sites and Places', Ch. 4 from Religions and Tourism: Crossroads, Destinations and Encounters (London: Routledge 2011), pp. 75-104.

37. Stephen D. Glazier 'Pilgrimages in the Caribbean: A Comparison of Cases from Haiti and Trinidad'. In Alan Morinis (ed.), Sacred Journeys: the anthropology of pilgrimage (Greenwood Press, 1992), pp. 135-148.

38. Alex Norman and Mark Johnson (2011). 'World Youth Day: The creation of a modern pilgrimage event for evangelical intent'. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 26, 3, 371-385.

39. Michael Madsen, 'The Sanctification of Mormonism's Historical Geography', Geographies of Religions and Belief Systems, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (2006), pp. 51-73.

40. Lisbeth Mikaelsson, 'Locality and Myth: The Resacralization of Selja and the Cult of St. Sunniva'. Numen 52 (2), 2005, pp. 191-225.

41. Mark W. MacWilliams, 'Virtual Pilgrimages on the Internet', Religion 32, 2002, 315-335.

Part 2: Pilgrim Behaviours

42. Ian Reader, 'Pilgrimage, Practice, Meanings: Making Pilgrimages in Shikoku', Ch. 1 from Making Pilgrimages: Meaning and Practice in Shikoku (University of Hawaii Press, 2005), pp. 9-36.

43. Nancy Louise Frey, 'Pilgrims to Santiago', Ch. 1 from Pilgrim Stories: On and Off the Road to Santiago (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998), pp. 17-46.

44. Simon Theobald, 'The shluchim, the Rebbe, and the tiggun olam: The Two Pilgrimages Within the World of the Chabad Lubavitch'. In Alex Norman (ed.), Journeys and Destinations: Studies in Travel, Identity, and Meaning (CSP 2013), pp. 243-264.

45. Kathryn Rountree, 'Goddess Pilgrims as Tourists: Inscribing the Body Through Sacred Travel'. Sociology of Religion 63 (4), 2002, pp. 475-496.

46. Richard Sharpley and Priya Sundaram, 'Tourism: A Sacred Journey? The Case of Ashram Tourism, India', International Journal of Tourism Research 7, no. 3 (2005): 161-171.

Part 3: Contested Sites and Behaviours

47. Stephen R. Sizer, 'The Ethical Challenges of Managing Pilgrimages to the Holy Land'. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 11 (2-3), 1999, pp. 85-90.

48. Kama Maclean, 'Seeing, Being Seen, and Not Being Seen: Pilgrimage, Tourism, and Layers of Looking at the Kumbh Mela', Crosscurrents 2009, 319-341.

49. Jeanne Kormina, 'Pilgrims, Priest and Local Religion in Contemporary Russia: Contested Religious Discourses'. Folklore 28, 2004, pp. 25-40.

50. Surinder Bhardwaj, 'Non-Hajj Pilgrimage in Islam: A Neglected Dimension of Religious Circulation', Journal of Cultural Geography 17 (2), 1998, pp. 69-87.

51. David B. Coplan, 'Land From the Ancestors: Popular Religious Pilgrimage Along the South Africa-Lesotho Border'. Journal of Southern African Studies 29 (4), 2003, pp. 976-993.

52. Marion Bowman, 'Going With the Flow: Contemporary Pilgrimage in Glastonbury'. In Peter Jan Margry (ed.), Shrines and Pilgrimage in the Modern World: New Itineraries into the Sacred (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2008), pp. 241-280.

Volume IV: Secular Pilgrimage and Spiritual TourismVolume Introduction

Volume Introduction: "'Secular' Travel in the Mirror of Religious Practice"

Alex Norman

Part 1: Politics

53. Andy Letcher, 'The Scouring of the Shire: Fairies, Trolls and Pixies in Eco-Protest Culture,' Folklore, 112(2), 2001, pp. 147-161.

54. Kevin Griffin, 'Pilgrimage Through the Eyes of the Irish 'Traveller' Community', International Journal of Tourism Policy 4 (2), 2012, 157-173.

55. Bruce Scates, 'It's like Mecca, like a pilgrimage: backpacker journeys', chapter 8 in Return to Gallipoli: Walking the Battlefields of the Great War (CUP 2006), pp. 188-209.

56. Jon Altman, 'Tourism Dilemmas For Aboriginal Australians', Annals of Tourism Research, 16 (4), pp. 456-477.

Part 2: Popular Culture

57. Jennifer E. Porter, 'Pilgrimage and the IDIC Ethic: Exploring Star Trek Convention Attendance as Pilgrimage'. In Ellen Badone and Sharon Roseman (eds), Intersecting Journeys: The Anthropology of Pilgrimage and Tourism (University of Illinois Press, 2004), pp. 160-179.

58. Cher Krause Knight, 'Mickey, Minnie, and Mecca: Destination Disney World, Pilgrimage in the Twentieth Century'. In Dawn Perlmutter and Debra Koppman (eds), Reclaiming the Spiritual in Art: Contemporary Cross-Cultural Perspectives (SUNY, 1999), pp. 33-43.

59. Christine King, 'His Truth Goes Marching On: Elvis Presley and the Pilgrimage to Graceland'. In Ian Reader and Tony Walter (eds), Pilgrimage in Popular Culture (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1993), 92-104.

60. Ricketts, Jeremy R. 2011. 'Land of (Re) Enchantment: Tourism and Sacred Space at Roswell and Chimayo, New Mexico'. Journal of the Southwest 53 (2): 239-261.

Part 3: History

61. Carole M. Cusack, 'History, Authenticity, and Tourism: Encountering the Medieval While Walking St Cuthbert's Way'. In Alex Norman (ed.), Journeys and Destinations: Studies in Travel, Identity, and Meaning (CSP 2013), pp. 1-21

62. Laurajane Smith, 'A Pilgrimage of Masculinity: The Stockman's Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre', Australian Historical Studies Vol. 43, No. 3 (2012), pp. 462-482

63. Johanna J.M. Petsche, 'Reflexivity and Objectivity in the Study of a Modern Esoteric Teacher: In the Footsteps of G.I. Gurdjieff'. In Alex Norman (ed.), Journeys and Destinations: Studies in Travel, Identity, and Meaning (CSP 2013), pp. 159-176.

64. John J. MacAloon, 'Olympic Games and the Theory of Spectacle'. In John J. MacAloon (ed.), Rite, Drama, Festival, Spectacle: Rehearsals Toward a Theory of Cultural Performance (Institute for the Study of Human Issues Press: Philadelphia, 1984), pp. 241-280.

Part 4: Leisure as Identity

65. Mike Robinson, 'the Emotional Tourist'. In David Picard and Mike Robinson (eds). Emotion in Motion (Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012), pp. 21-46

66. Korpela, Mari. 2010. 'Me, Myself and I: Western Lifestyle Migrants in Search of Themselves in Varanasi, India'. Recreation and Society in Africa, Asia and Latin America 1 (1): 53-73

67. Sean Slavin, "Walking as Spiritual Practice: The Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela," Body and Society 9,3, (2003), 1-18.

68. Carole M. Cusack and Justine Digance, 'Shopping For A Self': Pilgrimage, Identity-Formation, and Retail Therapy'. In Graham St. John (ed.), Victor Turner and Contemporary Cultural Performance (New York: Berghahn Books, 2008), pp. 227-241

69. Rebecca Sheehan, 'Tourism and Occultism in New Orleans's Jackson Square: Contentious and Cooperative Publics'. Tourism Geographies 14 (1), 2012, 73-97.

70. Narayanan, Yamini, and Jim Macbeth. 2009. 'Deep in the Desert: Merging the Desert and the Spiritual through 4WD Tourism'. Tourism Geographies 11 (3): 369-389

Edited and with a new introduction by Alex Norman and Carole M. Cusack,
both of the University of Sydney, Australia