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Presentations from the Sacred Journeys Online Global Conference, June 29-July 3, 2020

 

Thanks to the generous collaboration of the founder of the annual Sacred Journeys conference, Prof. Ian McIntosh (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis), the following video presentations are available for scholars and their students. They were uploaded prior to the conference and discussed during the digital assembly. They represent work in progress by the various authors and may be superseded by later publications.

 

Thanks to the generous collaboration of the founder of the annual Sacred Journeys conference, Prof. Ian McIntosh (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis), the following video presentations are available for scholars and their students. They were uploaded prior to the conference and discussed during the digital assembly. They represent work in progress by the various authors and may be superseded by later publications.

Pilgrimage in Aboriginal Australia - Ian S McINTOSH, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolism USA

Disease and Health-Related Issues at Mass Religious Gatherings - Daniel OLSEN, Brigham Young University, USA (password: 5Z?1GQT*)
Vertical Pilgrimage: Crystal Asceticism on the Big Walls of El Capitan - John SHULTZ, Kansai Gaidai University, Japan
Walking Pilgrimage as Embodied Territorial Acknowledgment - Kenneth WILSON, University of Regina and Matthew ANDERSON, Concordia University, Canada

Fleshing Out the Fat in Thin Places - Chadwick Co SY SU, and Rozheanne C HILARIO, University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

The Kartarpur Pilgrimage: Negotiating the "Line of Mutual Hatred" (password r^9QK0mj) - Dr Anna Bochkovskaya, Associate Professor, Institute of Asian and African Studies Lomonosov Moscow State University. Her paper focuses on the Kartarpur transborder pilgrimage corridor inaugurated by India and Pakistan.