Arbeitskreis Religionsgeographie
in der
Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geographie

Religionsgeographische Literatur ab 2016

(Stand: 7. Mai 2019)

(Geographische Literatur über Religion(en) sowie ausgewählte für die Religionsgeographie interessante Literatur aus anderen Fächern)
Diese Zusammenstellung wird laufend ergänzt. Um Hinweise auf Neuerscheinungen wird gebeten an:

Almevik, Gunnar 2017: Perusing space-time in medieval sacred architecture paths, bundles, and constraints in Endre church during a fifteenth-century mass. Geografiska Annaler Series B: Human Geography, 99(4), 360-379.

Baker, Christopher & Adam Dinham 2017: New Interdisciplinary Spaces of Religions and Beliefs in Contemporary Thought and Practice: An Analysis. Religions (Open Access Journal), 8(2), 16.

Bar, Doron 2018: Between Muslim and Jewish sanctity: Judaizing Muslim holy places in the State of Israel, 1948–1967. Journal of Historical Geography, 59, 68-76.

Bartolini, Nadia et al. 2017: The place of spirit: Modernity and the geographies of spirituality. Progress in Human Geography, 41(3), 338-354.

Becci, Irene, Marian Burchardt & Mariachiara Giorda 2017: Religious super-diversity and spatial strategies in two European cities. Current Sociology, 65(1), 73-91.

Becker, Alexander & Frank Dickmann 2018: Re-Konstruktion von Grenzen. Die Bedeutung kartographischer Visualisierungen in der Neuordnung kirchlicher Verwaltungseinheiten. Kartographische Nachrichten, 68(6), 300-306.

Berg, Anna Lea 2019: From religious to secular place-making: How does the secular matter for religious place construction in the local? Social Compass, 66(1), 35–48.

Boll, Jessica R. 2017: Irony made manifest: cultural contention and Córdoba’s Mosque-Cathedral. Journal of Cultural Geography, 34(3), 275-302.

Bremner, G.A. 2016: Narthex reclaimed: reinventing disciplinary space in the Anglican mission field, 1847–1903. Journal of Historical Geography, 51, 1-17.

Burgoyne, Stephanie, Kevin N. Flatt and David Millard Haskell 2017: Going the extra mile: the impact of theological orientation and other congregational factors on the drive times of growing and declining church attendees. Journal of Cultural Geography, 34(3), 324-351.

Chen, Ningning 2016: Governing rural culture: Agency, space and the re-production of ancestral temples in contemporary China. Journal of Rural Studies, 47A, 141–152.

Chen, Ningning 2017: Secularization, sacralization and the reproduction of sacred space: exploring the industrial use of ancestral temples in rural Wenzhou, China. Social & Cultural Geography, 18(4), 530-552.

Cherayi, S. and J. Jose 2016: Empowerment and social inclusion of Muslim women. Towards a new conceptual model. Journal of Rural Studies, 45, 243-251.

Chmiel, A. & C. Best 2016: Liegt Muhammads Zukunft im Westen Malaysias? Malaysia, der facettenreiche Vielvölkerstaat. Praxis Geographie, 46(3), 10-16.

Cloke, Paul et al. 2019: Geographies of Postsecularity: Re-envisaging Politics, Subjectivity & Ethics. Abingdon/UK and New York: Routledge.

Conner, Neil 2019: Religion And The Social Integration Of Migrants In Dublin, Ireland. Geographical Review, 109(1), 27-46.

Corsale, A. 2017: Jewish heritage tourism in Bucharest. Reality and visions. Geographical Journal, 183(3), 261-271.

della Dora, Veronica 2016: Landscape, Nature and the Sacred in Byzantium. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

della Dora, Veronica 2016: Light and sight: Vasilij Grigorovich Barskij, Mount Athos and the geographies of eighteenth-century Russian Orthodox Enlightenment. Journal of Historical Geography, 53, 86-103.

della Dora, Veronica 2018: Infrasecular geographies: Making, unmaking and remaking sacred space. Progress in Human Geography, 42(1), 44-71.

Deuter, M., A. Mantel und S. Engel 2018: Wenig gesehen, selten anerkannt ... Das Engagement muslimischer Gemeinden in der Flüchtlingsintegration. Standort, 42(1), 47-50.

Dowley, Tim 2016: Der Atlas zur Reformation in Europa. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Aussaat.

Dubow, Jessica 2016: Judaism’s other geographies: Franz Rosenzweig and the state of exile. Environment and Planning D (Society and Space), 34(3), 528-544.

Duda, Tomasz 2016: The St. Olav’s Way – the origin, nature and trends in development of pilgrimage activity in Scandinavia. Peregrinus Cracoviansis, 27(1), 25–45.

Dunn, Kevin, Rosalie Atie and Virginia Mapedzahama 2016: Ordinary Cosmopolitans: Sydney Muslims’ attitudes to diversity. Australian Geographer, 47(3), 281-294.

Dunn, Kevin and Peter Hopkins 2016: The Geographies of Everyday Muslim Life in the West. Australian Geographer, 47(3), 255-260.

Duttweiler, Stefanie 2017: Entschärfte Säkularisierung – gezähmte Religiosität – (multi-)religiöse Räume als räumliche Materialisierungen der Postsäkularisierung. Geographica Helvetica, 72(3), 283-294.

Dwyer, Claire, Katy Beinart & Nazneen Ahmed 2019: My Life is but a weaving: embroidering geographies of faith and place. Cultural Geographies, 26(1), 133-140.

Dwyer, Claire, Justin Tse and David Ley 2016: ‘Highway to Heaven’: the creation of a multicultural, religious landscape in suburban Richmond, British Columbia. Social & Cultural Geography, 17(5), 667-693.

Dwyer, Claire 2016: Why does religion matter for cultural geographers? Social & Cultural Geography, 17(6), 758-762.

Egeler, Matthias (ed.) 2018: Landscape and Myth in North-Western Europe (Borders, Boundaries, Landscapes 2). Turnhout: Brepols.

Es, Murat 2016: Turkish–Dutch mosques and the formation of moral subjects. Social & Cultural Geography, 17(7), 825-848.

Féaux de la Croix, Jeanne 2017: Iconic Places in Central Asia. The Moral Geography of Dams, Pastures and Holy Sites. Bielefeld: transcript.

Ferguson, Jane M. 2018: Buddhist bomb diversion and an American airman reincarnate: World War folklore, airmindedness, and spiritual air defense in Shan State, Myanmar. Cultural Geographies, 25(3), 473-489.

Finlayson, Caitlin 2016: Church-in-a-box: making space sacred in a non-traditional setting. Journal of Cultural Geography, 34(3), 303-323.

Forrest, James et al. 2017: Are Australia’s suburbs swamped by Asians and Muslims? Countering political claims with data. Australian Geographer, 48(4), 457-472.

Foster, Russell, Nick Megoran & Michael Dunn 2017: Towards a geopolitics of atheism: Critical geopolitics post the ‘War on Terror’Original. Political Geography, 60, 179-189.

Funk, Thomas P. 2017: Postsäkulares Placemaking im oberpfälzischen Konnersreuth: Sakralisierung, Kulturerbe, Eigensinn. Geographica Helvetica, 72(3), 317-328.

Gao, Quan, Junxi Qian& Zhenjie Yuan 2019: Multi-scaled secularization or postsecular present? Christianity and migrant workers in Shenzhen, China. Cultural Geographies, 15(4), 553-570.

Geography and Sociology of Religion. Virtual issue of journal articles.

Gervais, Mathieu 2016: Croyants de nature? Sociologie religieuse de l'Argriculture paysanne. Etudes Rurales, 197, 177-193.

Gilbert, David et al. 2019: The hidden geographies of religious creativity: place-making and material culture in West London faith communities. Cultural Geographies, 26(1), 23-41.

Glasze, Georg & Thomas M. Schmitt 2018: Understanding the geographies of religion and secularity: on the potentials of a broader exchange between geography and the (post-) secularity debate. Geographica Helvetica, 73(4), 285-300.

Gökariksel, Banu & Anna Secor 2017: The post-Islamist problematic: questions of religion and difference in everyday life. Social & Cultural Geography, 18(5), 645-664.

Gökariksel, Banu & Anna Secor 2017: Devout Muslim masculinities: the moral geographies and everyday practices of being men in Turkey. Gender, Place & Culture, 24(3), 381-402.

Gollner, J., Herrmann, B. & S. Knodt, S. 2018: "Fürth - das fränkische Jerusalem? Zur Erfindung jüdischer Geschichte". Eine Intervention des Jüdischen Museums Franken in den städtischen Diskurs. Mitteilungen der Fränkischen Geographischen Gesellschaft, 63/64, 3-12.

Gregory, Ian N. & Niall A. Cunningham 2016: ‘The judgement of God on an indolent and unself-reliant people’?: the impact of the Great Irish Famine on Ireland's religious demography. Journal of Historical Geography, 51, 76-87.

Ha, K. 2018: The role of Confucianism in South Korea's emergency management system. Disasters, 42(4), 804-822.

Halperin, Ehud 2017: Winds of Change: Religion and Climate in the Western Himalayas. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 85(1), 64-111.

Havlícek, Tomáš et al. 2017: Atlas náboženství Ceska (The Atlas of Religions in Czechia). Prague: Karolinum Press.

Havlícek, Tomáš 2018: Demarginalization and Church Property: the case of Czechia. In: Pelc, S., Koderman, M. (eds.), Nature, Tourism and Ethnicity as Drivers of (De)Marginalization. Insights to Marginality from Perspective of Sustainability and Development. Chapter 16, Cham: Springer, 235-242.

Havlícek, Tomáš & Kamila Klingorová 2018: City with or without God? Features of post-secularism in religious landscape of post-communist Prague. Social & Cultural Geography, 19(6), 789-811. Hemming, Peter J. 2016: Childhood, Youth, and Religious Identity: Mapping the Terrain. In: Skelton, Tracey (ed.): Identities and Subjectivities, 51-68. Singapore: Springer.

Heng, Terence 2016: Making “Unofficial” Sacred Space: Spirit Mediums and House Temples in Singapore. Geographical Review, 106(2), 215-234.

Henkel, Reinhard 2017: Säkulares Mitteldeutschland? Geographische Rundschau, 69(2), 36-41.

Hilpert, Markus 2017: Wallfahrtsorte als Marken. Place Branding durch Volksfrömmigkeit in einer postsäkularen Gesellschaft. Standort, 41(4), 287-292.

Hilpert, Markus, Johannes Mahne-Bieder und Vanessa Stifter 2016: Regionalökonomische Bedeutung kleiner Wallfahrtsorte. Lokale Wertschöpfung am Beispiel Biberbach (Bayrisch-Schwaben). Standort, 40(3), 184-188.

Hilpert, Markus & Johannes Mahne-Bieder 2016: Die religiösen Aktionsräume verändern sich. Konsequenzen für die räumliche Organisation von Kirche im Spannungsfeld zwischen Privatisierung und Regionalisierung. Pastoraltheologische Informationen, Heft 2/2016, 165-175.

Hilpert, Markus & Johannes Mahne-Bieder 2016: Religiöse Diversität in der (post-)modernen deutschen Gesellschaft. Handbuch Diversity Kompetenz: Gegenstandsbereiche. Wiesbaden, 515-530.

Hochgeschwender, Michael 2017: Religionsgeographie der USA. Pluralität zwischen Konfrontation und Kooperation. In: Gamerith, Werner & Ulrike Gerhard: Kulturgeographie der USA. Eine Nation begreifen. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, 21-30.

Hopkins, Peter, K. Botterill & G. Sanghera 2017: Encountering Misrecognition. Being Mistaken for Being Muslim. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 107(4), 934-948.

Isakjee, Arshad 2016: Dissonant belongings: The evolving spatial identities of young Muslim men in the UK. Environment and Planning, 48(7), 1337–1353.

Itaoui, Rhonda 2016: The Geography of Islamophobia in Sydney: mapping the spatial imaginaries of young Muslims. Australian Geographer, 47(3), 261-279.

Jacobson-Tepfer, Esther and James E. Meacham 2017: The sacred mountain Shiveet Khairkhan (Bayan Ölgiy aimag, Mongolia) and the centering of cultural indicators in the age of nomadic pastoralism. Annals, Association of American Geographers, 107(2), 499-510.

Johnston, Ron, David Manley and Kelvyn Jones 2016: In search of Britain’s Muslim ghettoes. Environment and Planning A, 48(9), 1684–1690.

Jödicke, Ansgar 2017: Shia groups and Iranian religious influence in Azerbaijan: the impact of trans-boundary religious ties on national religious policy. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 58(5), 533-556.

Joffé, George 2018: States and Caliphates. Geopolitics, 23(3), 505-524.

Jones, Rhys Dafydd 2018: The makeshift and the contingent: Lefebvre and the production of precarious sacred space. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 37(1), 177-194.

Jones, Rhys Dafydd and Jesse Heley 2016: Post-pastoral? Rethinking religion and the reconstruction of rural space. Journal of Rural Studies, 45, 15-23.

Karstein, Uta und Thomas Schmidt-Lux (Hg.) 2017: Architekturen und Artefakte. Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie. Springer Fachmedien: Wiesbaden.

Kartographie der Religionen in Wien. Forschungsprojekt am Institut für Religionswissenschaft der Katholisch-Theologischen Fakultät der Universität Wien, ab 2011,

Kirche in der Stadtentwicklung 2018: Themenheft 197/ 4-2018 der Zeitschrift RaumPlanung. Hrsg. Informationskreis für Raumplanung e.V., Dortmund.

Klingorová, Kamila & Banu Gökariksel 2018: ‘God was with me everywhere’: women’s embodied practices and everyday experiences of sacred space in Czechia. Gender, Place & Culture, 25(1), 37-60.

Klingorová, Kamila & Zdenek Vojtíšek 2018: Women’s everyday spirituality in Diamond Way Buddhism: an auto-photographic study. Journal of Cultural Geography, 35(3), 291-314.

Klosterkamp, Sarah und Paul Reuber 2017: „Im Namen der Sicherheit“ – Staatsschutzprozesse als Orte politisch-geographischer Forschung, dargestellt an Beispielen aus Gerichtsverfahren gegen Kämpfer und UnterstützerInnen der Terrororganisation „Islamischer Staat“. Geographica Helvetica, 72(3), 255-269.

Knippenberg, Hans 2018: The changing religious landscape of the Netherlands, 1971-2016. In: Puschmann, Paul & Tim Riswick (eds.): Building Bridges. Scholars, History and Historical Demography. A Festschrift in Honor of Professor Theo Engelen. Nijmegen: Valkhof Pers., 385-420.

Koch, Natalie, Anar Valiyev & Khairul Hazmi Zaini 2018: Mosques as monuments: an inter-Asian perspective on monumentality and religious landscapes. Cultural Geographies, 25(1), 183–199.

Kong, Lily & Orlando Woods 2016: Religion and Space: Competition, Conflict and Violence in the Contemporary World, London: Bloomsbury.

Kong, Lily & Orlando Woods 2018: Mobile bodies, (im)mobile beliefs? Religious accord and discord as migratory outcomes. Social Compass, 65(2), 149–167.

Korf, Benedikt 2018: „Wir sind nie säkular gewesen“: Politische Theologie und die Geographien des Religiösen. Geographica Helvetica, 73(2), 177-186.

Larsen, Thomas Barclay 2019: American Trappist Monasteries and the Changing Spiritual Landscape. Geographical Review, 109(1), 47-66.

Leustean, Lucian N. 2018: Eastern Orthodoxy, Geopolitics and the 2016 ‘Holy and Great Synod of the Orthodox Church’. Geopolitics, 23(1), 201-216.

Liedhegener, Antonius & Anastas Odermatt 2017: Umstrittene Religionszugehörigkeit. Europas religiöse Pluralität zwischen vertrauten Kategorien und neuen religiösen Identitäten. In: Arens, Edmund u.a. (Hg.): Religiöse Identitäten und gesellschaftliche Integration. Zürich: Pano Verlag und Baden-Baden: Nomos, 69-104.

Lin, Weihsuan 2018: Religion as an object of state power: The People's Republic of China and its domestic religious geopolitics after 1978. Political Geography, 67, 1-11.

Liro, Justyna et al. 2017: Spatial Changes of Multiculturalism and multiethnicity in the cityscape: The case of Bialystok religious landscape. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin, 66(4), 337-351.

Liro, Justyna, Izabela Soljan & Elzbieta Bilska-Wodecka 2017: Visitors’ diversified motivations and behavior – the case of the pilgrimage center in Krakow (Poland). Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 16(4),416-435.

Liro, Justyna, Izabela Soljan & Elzbieta Bilska-Wodecka 2018: Spatial Changes of Pilgrimage Centers in Pilgrimage Studies – Review and contribution to future research. International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage, 6(3), Article 3.

Lynch, Nicholas 2016: Domesticating the church: the reuse of urban churches as loft living in the post-secular city. Social & Cultural Geography, 17(7), 849-870.

Maddrell, Avril & Richard Scriven 2016: Celtic pilgrimage, past and present: from historical geography to contemporary embodied practices. Social & Cultural Geography, 17(2), 300-321.

Mahmood, Saba 2017: Secularism, sovereignty, and religious difference: A global genealogy? Society and Space (=Environment and Planning D), 35(2), 197–209.

Mansouri, Fethi, Michele Lobo and Amelia Johns 2016: Grounding Religiosity in Urban Space: insights from multicultural Melbourne. Australian Geographer, 47(3), 295-310.

Marshall, David J. 2016: Islam, Soap Operas, and Girls’ Access to Space in Balata Refugee Camp. In: Skelton, Tracey (ed.): Identities and Subjectivities, 293-313. Singapore: Springer.

McGeehan, K. & C. Baker 2017: Religious narratives and their implications for disaster risk reduction. Disasters, 41(2), 258-281.

McLellan, Janet and Joel R. Barrett 2016: Tensions in Ontario rural churches among long-term members, newcomers, and local residents. Journal of Rural Studies, 46, 121–131.

Megoran, Nick & Simon Dalby 2018: Geopolitics and Peace: A Century of Change in the Discipline of Geography. Geopolitics, 23(2), 251-276.

Meyer, Frank & Judith Miggelbrink 2017: Post-secular rapprochement in peripheralized regions – politics of withdrawal and parish community responses. Geographica Helvetica, 72(3), 361-370.

Michel, Boris 2018: Anti-semitism in early 20th century German geography. From a “spaceless” people to the root of the “ills” of urbanization. Political Geography, 65, 1-7.

Mikola, Maša, Val Colic-Peisker and Karien Dekker 2016: A Community of Mourners: collective sentiment, national belonging and the Muslim ‘Other’ after the ‘Sydney Siege’. Australian Geographer, 47(3), 325-339.

Mills, Sarah 2016: Jives, jeans and Jewishness? Moral geographies, atmospheres and the politics of mixing at the Jewish Lads’ Brigade & Club 1954–1969. Society and Space (Environment & Planning D), 34(6), 1098-1112.

Miron, Radu Constantin 2018: Kirchennutzung und Kirchenbau orthodoxer Gemeinden in Deutschland. Ökumenische Rundschau, 67(4), 476-483.

Ngô, Tâm T. T. 2016: The New Way. Protestantism and the Hmong in Vietnam. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press.

Nilsson, Mats 2016: Post-secular tourism – A study of pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela. Doctoral thesis, Karlstad University, Sweden. Online:

Nilsson, Mats 2018: Wanderers in the shadow of the sacred myth: pilgrims in the 21st century. Social & Cultural Geography, 19(1), 21-38.

O’Mahony, Eoin 2019: Connecting the local and the global in post-secular urban settings. Geographical Review, 109(1), 3-26.

Pastoralgeographie 2017. Themenheft der Zeitschrift Lebendige Seelsorge, 68(4).

Pasura, Dominic & Marta Bivand Erdal (eds.) 2016: Migration, Transnationalism and Catholicism: Global Perspectives. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Patton, Chloe 2016: Faith, Space, and Negotiated Subjectivities: Young Muslims in Suburban Australia. In: Skelton, Tracey (ed.): Identities and Subjectivities, 193-214. Singapore: Springer.

Possamai, Adam et al. 2016: Muslim Students’ Religious and Cultural Experiences in the Micro-publics of University Campuses in NSW, Australia. Australian Geographer, 47(3), 311-324.

Possamai, Adam et al. 2016: Shari’a and Everyday Life in Sydney. Australian Geographer, 47(3), 341-354.

Prickett, Pamela 2019: Changing constructions of religious visibility: The case of an African American Muslim community in South Central LA. Social Compass, 66(1), 49–61.

Proctor, Robert 2017: Designing the suburban church: the mid twentieth-century Roman Catholic churches of Reynolds & Scott. Journal of Historical Geography, 56, 113-133.

Przybylska, Lucyna and Mariusz Czepczynski 2017: Landscape Sacralisation in Post-communist Poland.Scottish Geographical Journal, 133(1), 21-41.

Qian, Junxi 2017: Redeeming the Chinese modernity? Zen Buddhism, culture-led development and local governance in Xinxing County, China. Environment & Planning A, Published online January 9, 2017. DOI: 10.1177/0308518X16687555.

Qian, Junxi and Lily Kong 2018: Buddhism Co. Ltd? Epistemology of religiosity, and the re-invention of a Buddhist monastery in Hong Kong. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 36(1), 159–177.

Ram, Moriel & Meirav Aharon Gutman 2017: Strongholding the Synagogue to Stronghold the City: Urban-Religious Configurations in an Israeli Mixed-City. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 108(5), 641-655.

Rebenstorf, Hilke u.a. (Hrsg.) 2018: Citykirchen und Tourismus. Soziologisch-theologische Studien zwischen Berlin und Zürich. Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt.

Rhein, Stefan 2017: Das Reformationsjubiläum 2017 und die mitteldeutschen Lutherstätten. Geographische Rundschau, 69(2), 42-49.

Saint-Blancat, Chantal 2019: The religious writing of urban space: State of the art. Introduction to a thematic issue. Social Compass, 66/1), 3-23.

Schenk, C. 2018: Islamic leaders and the legal geography of family law in Aceh, Indonesia. Geographical Journal, 184(1), 8-18.

Schmitt, Thomas 2017: Neue spirituelle Zentren - Manifestationen und Materialisationen kreativer religiöser Synthesen? Das Beispiel des Benediktushofs in Unterfranken, in: U. Karstein und T. Schmidt-Lux (Hrsg.), Architekturen und Artefakte. Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, 163-189. Springer Fachmedien: Wiesbaden. DOI 10.1007/978-3-658-10404-7_8.

Schmitt, Thomas 2017: Religion in räumlichen Bezügen denken? Grundzüge und Perspektiven geographischer Religionsforschung. Lebendige Seelsorge, 68(4), 231-238;241-242.

Schweikhardt, F. 2017: Wasser predigen und Wein trinken? Kirchliche Aktivitäten im baden-württembergischen Umwelt- und Klimaschutz. Standort, 41(3), 229-236.

Sheskin, Ira M. & Harriet J. Hartman 2018: Religious Diversity and Religious Participation in U.S. Jewish Communities. Professional Geographer, 71(1), 39-51.

Simandan, Dragos 2017: Demonic geographies. Area, 49(4), 503-509.

Skog, Lindsay A. 2017: Khumbi yullha and the Beyul: Sacred Space and the Cultural Politics of Religion in Khumbu, Nepal. Annals, Association of American Geographers, 107(2), 546-554.

Slatter, Ruth 2019: Material “becomings” and a historical geography of religious experience: Metropolitan Methodism, 1851–1932. Area, 51(1), 14-24.

Smith, Thomas Aneurin 2017: Witchcraft, spiritual worldviews and environmental management: Rationality and assemblage. Environment and Planning A, 49(3), 592–611.

Stengel, Friedemann 2017: Grenzgeburten. Reformation – Land – Politik. Geographische Rundschau, 69(2), 28-34.

Sutherland, Callum 2017: Theography: Subject, theology, and praxis in geographies of religion. Progress in Human Geography, 41(3), 321-337.

Taylor, Yvette 2016: Making space for queer-identifying religious youth. Basingstoke/UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Todd, Meagan 2017: The political geographies of religious sites in Moscow’s neighborhoods. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 58(6), 642-669.

Vermander, Benoit, Liz Hingley & Liang Zhang 2018: Shanghai Sacred. The Religious Landscape of a Global City. Seattler University of Washington Press.

Warren, Saskia 2017: Pluralising the walking interview: researching (im)mobilities with Muslim women. Social & Cultural Geography, 18(6), 786-807.

Weiß, Sabrina 2017: Migrantengemeinden im Wandel. Eine Fallstudie zu koreanischen Gemeinden in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Bielefeld: transcript.

Wigley, Edward 2016: The Sunday morning journey to church considered as a form of ‘micro-pilgrimage’. Social & Cultural Geography, 17(5), 694-713.

Wilhelmi, V. 2017: Terror und Flucht. Boko Haram in Nigeria. Hintergründe verstehen und bewerten lernen. Geographie heute, 38(335), 36-39.

Williams, Andrew P.J.W. 2017: Residential ethnography, mixed loyalties, and religious power: ethical dilemmas in faith-based addiction treatment. Social & Cultural Geography, 18(7), 1016-1038.

Wigley, Edward 2018: Constructing subjective spiritual geographies in everyday mobilities: the practice of prayer and meditation in corporeal travel. Social and Cultural Geography, 19(8), 984-1005.

Winkler, Jan 2017: Freunde führen einander – Der kommunalpolitische Dialog mit dem „Islam“ im Modus einer Gouvernementalität der Freundschaft. Geographica Helvetica, 72(3), 303-316.

Wodzinski, Marcin 2016: Space and spirit: on boundaries, hierarchies and leadership in Hasidism. Journal of Historical Geography, 53, 63-74.

Woods, Orlando 2018: Spaces of the religious economy: Negotiating the regulation of religious space in Singapore. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 57(3), 531–546.

Woods, Orlando 2019: Sonic spaces, spiritual bodies: The affective experience of the roots reggae soundsystem. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 44(1), 181-194.

Woods, Orlando 2019: Religious urbanism in Singapore: Competition, commercialism and compromise in the search for space. Social Compass, 66(1), 24–34.

Yang, Fenggang 2018: Atlas of Religion in China: Social and Geographical Contexts. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.

Zecha, Stefanie, Stefan Popp & Aysun Yasar 2016: Islam and Muslim Life in Current Bavarian Geography Textbooks. Review of International Geographical Education Online (RIGEO), 6(1), 86-110.

last updated: 7.5.2019