Journal of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (JISASR). Vol. 7, (2019)

Journal of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (JISASR). Vol. 7, (2019)

 

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  • Scalici, Giorgio (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork/Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions, 2020)
    The Wana of Morowali (Indonesia) are nowadays a small endangered community marginalized by the Indonesian government, world religions and the other communities in the area but, according to their own mythology, they are ...
  • Wildcroft, Theodora (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork/Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions, 2019)
    The positionality of the researcher has long been of debate. Within ethnographic research into cultural practices, a world of nuance arises in the possible relationships of researcher and researched. We are engaged in ...
  • Vecchi, Ilaria (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork/Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions, 2019)
    This article is based on my fieldwork with Itako shamans in the north-eastern part of Japan. The progressive modernisation of Japan at the expense of rural areas has also affected Tohoku, resulting in the ageing of the ...
  • O'Brien, Hazel (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork/Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions, 2019)
    This article builds upon existing literature which demonstrates the complex interconnections of Catholicism, Irishness, and whiteness in the Republic of Ireland. Using this multifaceted inter-relationship between religious, ...
  • Macourt, Malcolm P. A. (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork/Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions, 2019)
    The physical boundary (‘the border’) between Northern Ireland and the rest of Ireland has featured as a crucial part in relationships across the island, not least in the negotiations between the UK and the EU over Brexit. ...

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