Shrines and Pilgrimage in the Modern World: New Itineraries Into the Sacred

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Peter Jan Margry
Amsterdam University Press, 2008 - 362 من الصفحات
The modern pilgrimage—to sites ranging from Graceland to the veterans’ annual ride to to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to Jim Morrison’s Paris grave—is intertwined with man’s existential uncertainties in the face of a rapidly changing world. In a climate that reproduces the religious quest in seemingly secular places, it’s no longer clear exactly what the term pilgrimage infers—and Shrines and Pilgrimage in the Modern World critiques our notions of the secular and the sacred, while commenting on the modern media’s multiplication of images that renders the modern pilgrimage a quest without an object. Using new ethnographical and theoretical approaches, this volume offers a surprising new vision on the non-secularity of the “secular” pilgrimage.   "This book will be sure to stoke our intellectual fire and heat up the discussion over the highly charged topic of secular pilgrimage.”—Simon Bronner, Penn State University  
 

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Peter Jan Margry is a senior researcher of religious culture at the Meertens Institute in the Netherlands and vice-president of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore.

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