Arbeitskreis Religionsgeographie
in der
Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geographie

Religionsgeographische Literatur ab 2015

(Stand: 16. Februar 2018)

(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: reinhard.henkel@geog.uni-heidelberg.de

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.

Ben Gal, Michael, Noga Collins-Kreiner & Deborah F. Shmueli 2015: Framing spatial-religious conflicts. The case of Mormon development in Jerusalem. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 106(5), 588-607.

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

Brunn, Stanley D. (ed.) 2015: The Changing World Religion Map. Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. Volume 1, Parts I-III: Introduction; Nature, Ethics and Environmental Change; Sacred Spaces and Places. Chapters 1- 33, pp. 1-685. Dordrecht, NL: Springer.

Brunn, Stanley D. (ed.) 2015: The Changing World Religion Map. Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. Volume 2, Parts IV-VI: Pilgrimage Landscapes and Tourism; Education and Changing Worldviews; Business, Finance, Economic Development and Law. Chapters 34-68, pp. 689-1268. Dordrecht, NL: Springer.

Brunn, Stanley D. (ed.) 2015: The Changing World Religion Map. Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. Volume 3, Parts VII & VIII: Globalization, Diasporas and New Faces in the Global North; Globalization, Diversities and New Faces in the Global South. Chapters 69-110, pp. 1269-2098. Dordrecht, NL: Springer.

Brunn, Stanley D. (ed.) 2015: The Changing World Religion Map. Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. Volume 4, Parts IX-XII: Secularization; Megachurches and Architecture; Culture: Museums, Drama, Fashion, Food, Music, Sports and Science Fiction; Organizations. Chapters 111-164, pp. 2101-3133. Dordrecht, NL: Springer.

Brunn, Stanley D. (ed.) 2015: The Changing World Religion Map. Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. Volume 5, Parts XIII-XV: Identity, Gender and Culture; Politics, Reconciliation and Advocacy; Virtual Worlds and Visual Media. Chapters 165-207, pp. 3137-3926. Dordrecht, NL: Springer.

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.

Climate change and energy transitions: Religious environmental concerns 2015. Thematic issue of the journal Social Compass, 62(3).

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

Denzin Gergan, Mabel 2015: Animating the Sacred, Sentient and Spiritual in Post-Humanist and Material Geographies. Geography Compass (Online Journal), 9(5), 262–275.

Deturche, J. 2015: Derrière le masque. Chanteurs et esprits dans les rituels katukina du Biá (Amazonas, Brésil). Ètudes rurales (Paris), 196, 89-107.

Dowd, Caitriona 2015: Cultural and religious demography and violent Islamist groups in Africa. Political Geography, 45(2), 11-21.

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.

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 2015: Faith in Suburbia: a shared photographic journey. Cultural Geographies, 22(3), 531-538.

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.

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.

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

Fleishman, Larisa & Yury Gubman 2015: Level of religiosity in residential neighborhoods: residents' perceptions versus reality. Environment and Planning A, 47(9), 2000-2018.

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.

Frohne, Andrea E. 2015: The African Burial Ground in New York City: Memory, Spirituality & Space. Syracuse, N.Y: Syracuse University Press.

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

Geography and Sociology of Religion. Virtual issue of journal articles. http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-610471.html.

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

Gökariksel, Banu & Anna Secor 2015: Post-secular geographies and the problem of pluralism: Religion and everyday life in Istanbul, Turkey. Political Geography, 46, 21-30.

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

Goren, Haim & Bruno Schelhaas 2015: An early measuring of the Holy City, forgotten for over a century: Westphal’s Jerusalem map of 1825. Die Erde, 146(1), 63-78.

Havlícek, Tomáš and Kamila Klingorová 2017: City with or without God? Features of post-secularism in religious landscape of post-communist Prague. Social & Cultural Geography, published online April 6, 2017. DOI: 10.1080/14649365.2017.1312696.

Hemming, Peter J. 2016: Childhood, Youth, and Religious Identity: Mapping the Terrain. In: Skelton, Tracey (ed.): Identities and Subjectivities, 51-68. Singapore: Springer.

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

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.

Holloway, Julian 2015: Sealing future geographies: Religious prophecy and the case of Joanna Southcott. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40(2), 180-191.

Hopkins, Peter et al. 2015: Transitions to religious adulthood: relational geographies of youth, religion and international volunteering. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40(3), 387–398.

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.

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, http://kartrel.univie.ac.at.

Klingorova, Kamila & Tomaš Havlícek 2015: Religion and gender inequality: The status of women in the societies of world religions. Moravian Geographical Reports (Brno, Czechia), 23(2), 2-11.

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.

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

Kong, Lily 2015: Disrupting “Asian religious studies”: Knowledge (re)production and the co-construction of religion in Singapore. Numen: International Review for the History of Religions, 62(1), 100-118.

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

Liedhegener, Antonius und 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.

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.

McCutcheon, Priscilla 2015: Food, faith, and the everyday struggle for black urban community. Social & Cultural Geography, 16(4), 385-406.

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.

Meyer, Frank & Judith Miggelbrink 2015: Kirchliche Strukturplanung in schrumpfenden ländlichen Räumen. Das Beispiel des Kirchenkreises Altenburger Land (forum ifl, 28), Leipzig, Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde.

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

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.

Nagel, Alexander-Kenneth (Hg.) 2015: Religiöse Netzwerke. Die zivilgesellschaftlichen Potentiale religiöser Migrantengemeinden. Bielefeld: transcript.

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: http://kau.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2%3A886256&dswid=-9762.

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

Parker, Cristián 2015: Changement climatique et transitions énergétiques: préoccupation environnementale religieuse / Climate change and energy transitions: Religious environmental concerns. Thematic issue of Social Compass, 62(3), 283-361.

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

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

Pellenbarg, Piet H. & Paul J.M. van Stehen 2015: Regional religious composition in the Netherlands. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 106(2), 228-230.

Philipps, Deborah 2015: Claiming spaces: British Muslim negotiations of urban citizenship in an era of new migration. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40(1), 62–74.

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.

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.

Reeves, Daniel 2015: Religious themes in Central European postage stamps, 2006–2010. Journal of Cultural Geography, 32(2), 169-194.

Reuber, Paul 2015: Politische Geographien des Religiösen. Ambivalenzen der Verkopplung von Religion und Raum im Fall Tibet. Geographica Helvetica, 70(2),109-119.

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

Schmitt, Thomas 2015: Moscheebau und Moscheekonflikte in Deutschland In: Fürlinger; Ernst & Reinhold Bernhardt (Hrsg.): Öffentliches Ärgernis? Moscheebaukonflikte in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Zürich: Theologischer Verlag Zürich, 41–58.

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.

Sekulovski, Goran 2015: Les uniates des Balkans, réflexions géographiques sur une figure religieuse de l'entre-deux en République de Macédoine. Espace géographique, 45, 174-189.

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.

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.

Tassinari, A. 2015: Des saints, des animaux et des étrangers. Fêters et rituels chez les Karipuna du Curipi (Amapá, Brésil). Études rurales (Paris), 196, 73-87.

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

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 2015: Postsecular geographies: theo-ethics, rapprochement and neoliberal governance in a faith-based drug programme. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40(2), 192-208.

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.

Williams, J.S. & J.B. Wright 2015: The geography of Buddhism in the Four Corners states. Journal of Cultural Geography, 304-330.

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

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.

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