The (b)earth of a gendered eco-spirituality: globally connected ethnographies between Mexico and the European Alps

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Titre
The (b)earth of a gendered eco-spirituality: globally connected ethnographies between Mexico and the European Alps
Titre du livre
Secular Society, spiritual selves? Gendering the overlaps and boundaries between religion, spirituality and secularity
Auteur(s)
Becci Irene, Fahramand Manéli, Grandjean Alexandre
Editeur
Routledge
Statut éditorial
In Press
Editeur scientifique
Fedele Anna , Knibbe Kim
Langue
anglais
Résumé
This volume pulls together ethnographic research to address how the overlaps and differentiations between spirituality, secularity and religion are gendered. The analysis takes into account also the secular and addresses the following questions: Is spirituality not simply secularized and privatized religion? Does it ever challenge the secular frame, and if so, how? Can spirituality be political? And if spirituality is privatized religion, is this also feminized religion? How does the gendered boundary between public and private domains intersect with the boundaries between spirituality, religion and secularity? How do spiritual practitioners mind or challenge these boundaries?
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