Narration, Reclamation and Healing
Ian S. McIntosh (Edited By) is an Adjunct Professor in Anthropology in the School of Liberal Arts at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indiana (IUPUI). He is also the Director of International Partnerships at IUPUI, and the Associate Director of the Confucius Institute in Indianapolis. He is a co-founder of Past Masters International, and the Indianapolis Spiritual Trail. E. Moore Quinn (Edited By) E. Moore Quinn has been working in pilgrimage studies for many years, having participated in several of them in Ireland, Canada, and the United States. Interested in social justice pilgrimage in particular, she has written about the re-sacralization of certain global sites. Quinn co-hosted with Ian McIntosh the first two global 'Sacred Journeys' conferences at Oxford University (2014-2015); it was there that she refined her holistic perspective on the subject. Thereafter, Quinn served in several co-editorial positions, including Pilgrimage in Practice: Narration, Reclamation and Healing (CABI 2018) and 'What is Pilgrimage?', a special issue published in the Journal of International Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage (IJRTP) in 2018. Quinn served as guest editor (with Diane Austin) for the journal Practicing Anthropology in 2007; she also guest-edited Irish Studies Review (ISR) in 2010 and 2015. Vivienne Keely (Edited By) is an historian. She spent many years in Sydney, Australia, where she lectured in history at the Roman Catholic Institute of Sydney and St Andrew's Greek Orthodox College and was Director of Post-Graduate Studies at the Sydney College of Divinity. Vivienne was active in inter-religious dialogue, in particular Christian-Muslim dialogue. She is currently a resident of Dublin, her native city.
Part I: Grounding Pilgrimage 1: The Experience of Medieval Pilgrims on the Route to Santiago de Compostela, Spain: Evidence from the Twelfth Century Pilgrims Guide 2: Pilgrimage: A Distinctive Practice 3: Meshworks, Entanglements and Presencing Absence: Pilgrimages, Eastern Free State-style Part II: Narrating Pilgrimage 4: Pilgrim Writers in Dialogue 5: Medieval Pilgrims in Modern Times: Buuels The Milky Way 6: Richard Burton: Disguise as Journey to the Self and Beyond Part III: Reclaiming Pilgrimage 7: Childrens Processions to Glasnevin: Contestation, Education, Recreation 8: Non-Sacred No More: The Pilgrimage Path Crucn na bPiste and the Re-valuation of Irish Cultural Practices 9: Spains Mystical Adventure: Walking in the Footsteps of Teresa of vila Part IV: Healing and Reconciling through Pilgrimage 10: Dreaming of Al-Quds (Jerusalem): Pilgrimage and Visioning 11: The Future Generations Ride of the Lakota Sioux 12: Pilgrimage and the Challenging of a Canadian Foundational Myth