CrossCurrents: Varieties of Contemporary Pilgrimage

Volume 59, Number 3, September 2009

Edited by S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate

CrossCurrents: Varieties of Contemporary Pilgrimage

142 pp., 6 x 9

  • Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-6681-5
    Published: September 2009

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CrossCurrents connects the wisdom of the heart with the life of the mind and the experiences of the body. The journal is operated through its parent organization, the Association for Public Religion and Intellectual Life (APRIL), an interreligious network of academics, activists, artists, and community leaders seeking to engage the many ways religion meets the public. Contributions to the journal exist at the nexus of religion, education, the arts, and social justice.

In the September 2009 issue of CrossCurrents:

INTRODUCTION

“The Varieties of Contemporary Pilgrimage” by S. Brent Plate

THE EXPERIENCES OF PILGRIMAGE

“Pluralistic Pilgrimage: Travel as the Quest for the Strange” by Frederick J. Ruf

“Encountering Gods and Goddesses: Two Pilgrimages to Greece” by Jill Dubisch

“Dead Serious: A Theology of Literary Pilgrimage” by Darren J. N. Middleton

“Seeing, Being Seen, and Not Being Seen: Pilgrimage, Tourism, and Layers of Looking at the Kumbh Mela” by Kama Maclean

THE PLACES OF PILGRIMAGE

“Rome: Multiversal City: The Material and the Immaterial in Religious Tourism” by Graham Holderness

“Kyoto Pilgrimage Past and Present” by Pamela D. Winfield

“The Temple That Won’t Quit: Constructing Sacred Space in Orlando’s Holy Land Experience Theme Park” by Joan R. Branham

“Sedona, Arizona: New Age Pilgrim‐Tourist Destination” by Curtis Coats

“Pilgrims at the Australia Zoo: Reflections on Being There” by Luis A. Vivanco