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Accompanied self: debating Pentecostal individual and Japanese relational selves in transnational Japan2107 Ethos 45 (1): 3-23
  • Suma Ikeuchi
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131
Being part of the nação: examining costly religious rituals in a Brazilian neo-Pentecostal church2107 Ethos 45 (1): 48-74
  • H.J. François Dengah II
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131Portuguese summary
Re-membering HIV in the Black Church: women’s religious and social identity in relation to perceived risk and men on the down low2022 Culture, health & sexuality 24 (3): 437-50
  • Danielle N. Lambert
  • Gina M. Wingood
  • Nichole R. Phillips
  • Ralph J. DiClemente
  • Tyler J. Fuller
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1464-5351
Seeing is achieving: religion, embodiment, and explanations of racial inequality in STEM2022 Ethnic and racial studies 45 (1): 3-21
  • Daniel Bolger
  • Elaine Howard Ecklund
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
Introduction2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 1-17
  • Meádhbh McIvor
  • Michael Edwards
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]2047-7716in thematic issue 'The anthropology of grace and the grace of anthropology'
The grace in hierarchy: seniors, God, and the sources of life in southern Ethiopia2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 18-33
  • Julian Summerschúh
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]2047-7716in thematic issue 'The anthropology of grace and the grace of anthropology'
An unaccontable love: healing and sacrifice in post-genocide Rwanda2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 34-50
  • Nofit Itzhak
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]2047-7716in thematic issue 'The anthropology of grace and the grace of anthropology'
Always something missing: giving without intention among Sino-Taiwanese Protestants and others2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 51-67
  • Gareth Breen
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]2047-7716in thematic issue 'The anthropology of grace and the grace of anthropology'
The Orthodox Charismatic gift2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 68-83
  • Giuseppe Tateo
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]2047-7716in thematic issue 'The anthropology of grace and the grace of anthropology'
Commensuration. The Semantics of Bwan among three generations of Wa and Lahu prophets2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 104-20
  • Hans Steinmüller
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]2047-7716in thematic issue 'The anthropology of grace and the grace of anthropology'
Religious leaders’ role in pregnant and breastfeeding women’s decision making and willingness to use biomedical HIV prevention strategies: a multi-country analysis2022 Culture, health & sexuality 24 (5): 612-26
  • MTN-041/MAMMA Study Team
  • Alinda Young
  • Ariane van der Straten
  • Doreen Kemigisha
  • Julia Ryan
  • Krishnaveni Reddy
  • Miria Chitukuta
  • Petina Musara
  • Thesla Palanee-Phillips
  • Wezi Mwenda
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1464-5351
Factors shaping Asian Americans’ attitudes toward homosexuality2022 Ethnic and racial studies 45 (5): 851-74
  • Daesheen Hayden Ju
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
'Hayan na ang mga Hampas-dugo! (the Penitents are coming!)': Penitensya as religious-dark tourism2022 Tourist studies 22 (1): 89-113
  • Alexander Craig Wight
  • Mabel Victoria
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
On the so-called shamanistic substratum of European culture2022 Folklore 133 (2): 115-38
  • Mathias E. Nygaard
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Women, religion, and digital counter-publics2022 Journal of contemporary religion 37 (1): 1-8
  • Anna Halafoff
  • Caroline Starkey
  • Emma Tomalin
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903introduction to special section 'Women, religion, and digital counter-publics'
Sikh women's internet sites: development, content, mission2022 Journal of contemporary religion 37 (1): 9-28
  • Doris Jakobsh
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903in special section 'Women, religion, and digital counter-publics'
#Witchlife: witchy digital spaces2022 Journal of contemporary religion 37 (1): 29-49
  • Emma Quilty
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903in special section 'Women, religion, and digital counter-publics'
For a 'beautiful' religion without 'buzz': Hinduism, Facebook, gender, and status in La Reunion2022 Journal of contemporary religion 37 (1): 51-70
  • Natalie Lang
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903in special section 'Women, religion, and digital counter-publics'
Gender equality and digital counter-publics in global Buddhism: bhikkhuni ordination in the Thai Forest Tradition in Australia2022 Journal of contemporary religion 37 (1): 71-88
  • Anna Halafoff
  • Caroline Starkey
  • Emma Tomalin
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903in special section 'Women, religion, and digital counter-publics'
Biosemiotics and religion: theoretical perspectives on language, society and the supernatural2022 Theory, culture and society 39 (1): 101-21
  • Joseph S. Alter
H6 [THEORY-]0263-2764
Being Muslim “without a fuss”: relaxed religiosity and conditional inclusion in Danish schools and society2022 Ethnic and racial studies 45 (6): 1096-114
  • Laura Gilliam
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356in special issue 'Good immigrants, permitted outsiders: conditional inclusion and citizenship in comparison'
Are preachers becoming shamans? Eschatology, conversion, and visions in the Ecuadorian Amazon2022 Journal of anthropological research 78 (2): 181-215
  • Julián García Labrador
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
God making in China: notes towards a theory of deification2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (1): 41-65
  • James R. Lewis
  • Margrethe Løøv
2342-7256
Other-worldly beings in the pre-Christian north: tribal, chiefdom, and archaic religion and the use of cultural evolutionary theory2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (1): 67-89
  • Simon Nygaard
2342-7256
Universal church and its “medias”: a critical analysis about religion, media and secularism2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-29
  • Vitor Miranda Ciochetti
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
Sonic counterculture: when the beat generation chanted Hare Krishna to scare the WASP spirit away2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-25
  • Arilson Paganus
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
The power of Axé and its relationships among image, transformations and visibility2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-21
  • Díjna Andrades Torres
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
Visions of freedom, practices, of the "flesh": a performative approach to the Thelemic Gnostic mass and its contemporary reconfigurations2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-25
  • Beatriz Parisi
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
The neo-Byzantine modernization of Aparecida's image2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-28
  • Adriano Godoy
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
História e ritual: relaçõe possíveis entre guerras, missões e devoção2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-26
  • Giovanni Cirino
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; English summary
Two brothers: devotion and Bahian identity in the Caruru of Saints Cosmas and Damian2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-21
  • Yuri Prado
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
(The use of a) key-image for the possible understanding of Hijab2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-17
  • Ana Maria Ricci Molina
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
Contact between worlds: drawings produced during an ecumenical ritual with medicinal plants in the Arca of the Blue Mountain2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-25
  • Frederico Romanoff do Vale
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
Yes Sinhô, photoethnography of the Ausente Quilombiola community2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-19
  • Alan Faber do Nascimento
  • Nilmar Lage
2525-3123visual essay in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
Afro-Bahian religious imagery: the Jarê of Lençóis2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-11
  • Paula Pflüger Zanardi
2525-3123visual essay in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
Faith, life and death: imagery representations of a believing Spanish America2022 GIS - Gesto, Imagem, e Som: Revista de Antropologia 7 (1): 1-17
  • Jacson Gross
2525-3123in thematic section 'Religions: their images, performances and rituals'; also in Portuguese
Secrecy, religion, and the ethics of discernment2022 Ethnos 87 (3): 411-24
  • John Dulin
  • Simon Coleman
H6 [ETHNOS-]1469-588Xin special issue 'Secrecy, religion, and the ethics of discernment'
Kolob Runs on Domo: Mormon secrets and transhumanist code2022 Ethnos 87 (3): 518-37
  • Jon Bialecki
H6 [ETHNOS-]1469-588Xin special issue 'Secrecy, religion, and the ethics of discernment'
The failure of therapy: belief, embodiment and the limits of Pentecostal healing in Papua New Guinea2022 Ethnos 87 (3): 584-99
  • Richard Eves
H6 [ETHNOS-]1469-588X
Becoming local: Datuk Kong beliefs in Sarawak, east Malaysia2022 Indonesia and the Malay world 50 (147): 252-72
  • Elena Gregoria Chai Chin Fern
  • Monica Janowski
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1469-8382
Making sense of the transformation of religious practices: a critical long-term perspective from pre- and proto-historic Japan2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 153-72
  • Koji Mizoguchi
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Transreligions shamanism(s): an introduction2022 Shaman 30 (1-2): 5-20
  • Anastasios Panagiotopoulos
  • Eugenia Roussou
*H6/KFO [SHAMAN-]1216-7827introduction to special issue 'Transreligious shamanism(s): exploring contemporary spiritual practices and healing'
How transreligious Ayahuasca use challenges conventional definitions of religion2022 Shaman 30 (1-2): 83-102
  • Evgenia Fotiou
*H6/KFO [SHAMAN-]1216-7827in special issue 'Transreligious shamanism(s): exploring contemporary spiritual practices and healing'
Can there be shamanism in the Western world?2022 Shaman 30 (1-2): 103-15
  • Angela Puca
*H6/KFO [SHAMAN-]1216-7827in special issue 'Transreligious shamanism(s): exploring contemporary spiritual practices and healing'
(Neo-)shamanic chronicles of the Argentine Qom/Toba: between love, power, and healing2022 Shaman 30 (1-2): 117-38
  • Pablo Wright
*H6/KFO [SHAMAN-]1216-7827in special issue 'Transreligious shamanism(s): exploring contemporary spiritual practices and healing'
Nobody is a prophet in their own land? Evaluations of Pope Francis in Latin America2021 Bulletin of Latin American research 40 (1): 133-48
  • Asbel Bohigues
  • José Manuel Rivas
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050
Becoming Hindu: the cultural politics of writing religion in colonial Assam2021 Contributions to Indian sociology (New Series) 55 (1): 59-88
  • Madhumita Sengupta
H6/KWL [CONTRIBUTIONS-]0069-9667
Islam as therapy. Zakiah Daradjat and the uses of religious-oriented psychology2021 Indonesia and the Malay world 49 (143): 106-25
  • Khairudin Aljunied
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1469-8382
Instead of introduction: how old is sacredness?2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 7-14
  • Tõnno Jonuks
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949introduction to special issue 'History matters'
A joke, mockery, or something more? The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - an invented religion or a new movement?2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 81-100
  • Siarhei A. Anoshka
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'