Books and articles


The list is not complete and will be updated very soon.  

Harvey, Graham (2016). Indigenising in a Globalised World. The Re-Seeding of Belonging to Lands. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology, 20(3), pp. 300-310

Houseman, Michael (2016). ‪Comment comprendre l’esthétique affectée des cérémonies New Age et néopaïennes?. ‪Archives de sciences sociales des religions, 174, pp. 213-237

Lorensen, Marlene Ringgaard (2016). Preaching as repetition – in times of transition. The International Journal of Homiletics, 1, pp. 34-55

Salomonsen, Jone (2016). Sharing the Theological Hopes of First Wave (Suffrage) Feminists. Journal of The European Society of Women in Theological Research, 24, pp. 179-188


Buch-Hansen, Gitte, Kirsten Donskov Felter & Marlene Ringgaard Lorensen (2015). Ethnographic Ecclesiology and the Challenges of Scholarly Situatedness. Open Theology, 1(1), pp. 220-244

Etikpah, Samuel (2015). The Kundum Festival in Ghana Ritual Interaction with the Nonhuman among the Akan. Journal of Africana Religions, 3(4), pp. 343-396

Høeg, Ida Marie (2015). Silent actions – emotion and mass mourning rituals after the terrorist attacks in Norway on 22 July 2011. Mortality, 20(3), pp. 197-214

Salomonsen, Jone (2015). Graced Life After All? Terrorism and Theology on July 22, 2011. Dialog – A Journal of Theology, 54(3), pp. 249-259

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2015). Affective Dissent in the Heart of the Capitalist Utopia: Occupy Hong Kong and the Sacred. Sociology, 50(6), pp. 1156-1169


Balcomb, Anthony O. (2014). Of Iron Cages, Double Binds, Epistemological Crises, and Environmental Destruction. The Fragmentation of the Western Worldview and Gestures Towards Another Way of Being in the World. Religion & Theology, 21(3-4), pp. 358-379

Kreinath, Jens (2014). Virtual encounters with Hızır and other Muslim saints: Dreaming and healing at local pilgrimage sites in Hatay, Turkey. Anthropology of the Contemporary Middle East and Central Eurasia, 2(1), pp. 25-66

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2014). Religion in new times. Soundings, 57, pp. 118-125