The Many Voices of Pilgrimage and Reconciliation, Hardback Book

The Many Voices of Pilgrimage and Reconciliation Hardback

Edited by Ian S. McIntosh, Lesley D. Harman

Part of the CABI Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage Series series

Description

Reviewing peace and reconciliation, secular pilgrimages, and international perspectives on sacred journeys, this book offers the reader an opportunity to encounter multiple voices and viewpoints on one of the most ancient practices of humankind.

With an estimated third of all international travellers now undertaking journeys anticipating an aspect of transformation (the hallmark of pilgrimage), this book includes both spiritual and non-spiritual voyages, such as journeys of self-therapy, mindfulness and personal growth.

It also: - Provides a multidisciplinary perspective, covering themes such as gender, human rights, equality, the environment, peace, history, literature, and politics - Reflects the rich diversity and multiple meanings of pilgrimage through an international writer team spanning four continents - Includes case studies of pilgrimage in action from around the world An innovative and engaging addition to the pilgrimage literature, this book provides an important resource for researchers of religious tourism and related subjects.

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • Publisher: CABI Publishing
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Worship, rites & ceremonies
  • ISBN: 9781786393265

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