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Queer spiritual spaces

Kath Browne

Queer spiritual spaces

sexuality and sacred places

by Kath Browne

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Published by Ashgate Pub. in Farnham, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Homosexuality -- Religious aspects,
  • Sexual minorities -- Religious life,
  • Sexual minorities -- Identity,
  • Spiritual life

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Kath Browne, Sally R. Munt, and Andrew K.T. Yip.
    ContributionsMunt, Sally., Yip, Andrew K. T., 1963-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL65.H64 B76 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24033671M
    ISBN 109780754675273, 9781409404774
    LC Control Number2009052475

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Queer Spiritual Spaces makes a significant contribution to the field through its investigation of queer spiritualities outside of mainstream religions: Quakers, Muslims, Buddhists, feminist spiritualities, New Age communities, and even virtual spiritual realities all play a role in this important by: Queer Spiritual Spaces makes a significant contribution to the field through its investigation of queer spiritualities outside of mainstream religions: Quakers, Muslims, Buddhists, feminist spiritualities, New Age communities, and even virtual spiritual realities all play a role in this important cturer: Routledge.

Book Description Drawn from extensive, new and rich empirical research across the UK, Canada and USA, Queer Spiritual Spaces investigates the contemporary socio-cultural practices of belief, by those who have historically been, and continue to be, excluded or derided by mainstream religions and alternative spiritualities.

The book offers a Global North/minority world account, such that spiritualities, queer and spaces are inflected with authors' specific meanings, understandings and conceptualizations. It found that spirituality was not distanced or separate from, intersecting with sexualities and gender identities to the extent that differentiating them was not.

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Drawn from extensive, new and rich empirical research across the UK, Canada and USA, Queer Spiritual Spaces investigates the contemporary socio-cultural practices of belief, by those who have. Drawn from extensive, new and rich empirical research across the UK, Canada and USA, Queer Spiritual Spaces investigates the contemporary socio-cultural practices of belief, by those who have historically been, and continue to be, excluded or derided by mainstream religions and alternative spiritualities.

As the first monograph to be directly informed by 'queer' subjectivities whilst dealing. Queer Spiritual Spaces (Browne, Munt, and Yip ) showcases the ways in which LGBT and queer individuals navigate and negotiate the shifting contours of diverse religions, emphasizing aspects of. I put these questions to a large number of lesbian, gay and bisexual people, from a variety of different spiritual traditions, while I was researching my book From Queer to Eternity (Cassell, ).

In their answers, there was a lot of agreement about some key ways in which being queer can affect your spiritual : Peter Sweasey. 8 Queer Sci-Fi Books To Read Right Now. By character- and relationship-driven space opera, but queer, I have a pile of approx 20 queer sci-fi books to get through which I’m tackling in.

She grew up in Huddersfield, Yorkshire and has lived in Brighton (the 'gay capital of Europe') since She is Professor of Cultural Studies and Director of the Queer Spiritual Spaces project.

Sally is also training and practising as a Cognitive Psychotherapist. A gathering of queer spiritual groups and individuals celebrating the passion, love and creative spirit of LGBT+ people. Open to all age groups, there are ceremonies, rituals, workshops, discussions, yoga, tantra, shamanism, healing-spaces, drumming, dancing, cabaret, big.

Queer spiritual spaces: sexuality and sacred places, by Kath Browne, Sally R. Munt and Andrew K.T. Yip, Farnham, UK, Ashgate,pp., £ (hardback), ISBN In an era where religion is increasingly playing a vocal role against equality for lesbian.

In her ground breaking book, Another Mother Tongue: Gay Words, Gay Worlds, Judy Grahn attempted to trace many of the words and behaviors that have been used to define and describe Queer people. There are several chapters in her book that mention the spiritual roles Queer people have played in tribal cultures as shamans, priests and priestesses.

Queer SpiritualityQueer Spirituality By Rev. Mona West, Ph. By Rev. Mona West, Ph. In recent years there has been an increased interest in spirituality. Today people have a variety of ways to address spiritual matters, some of which include: therapy, self-help books.

Many spiritual leaders need to read it to understand that LGBTI communities are creating their own spaces of worship where they find love and acceptance of their humanity as children of God.

This book evokes many feelings but also forces one to confront one’s own uninformed biases. Queer is an umbrella term for sexual and gender minorities that are not heterosexual or cisgender. Originally meaning "strange" or "peculiar", queer came to be deployed pejoratively against those with same-sex desires or relationships in the lateth g: spiritual spaces.

Many spiritual leaders need to read it to understand that LGBTI communities are creating their own spaces of worship where they find love and acceptance of their humanity as children of God.

This. Any Other Way is an eclectic and richly illustrated local history that reveals how these individuals and community networks have transformed Toronto from a place of churches and conservative mores into a city that has consistently led the way in queer activism, not just in Canada but internationally.

Welcome to the first installment of Guru on the Go, Queer (Spiritual) PGH. In this column, I will explore a spiritual venue each month with the intention of sharing my findings with you. My hope is that you will find something informative about each installation that will inspire you to explore for yourself.

Homosexuality [ ]. Collaboratively written and researched in ten chapters by seven contributors, the research in Queer Spiritual Spacescovers different spiritualities per chapter and splits the book between the experiences and spaces of traditional believers such as Muslims (Yip and Khalid), and non-traditionalists such as the Michigan Womyn’s Folk Festival (Browne) or Findhorn community in Scotland (Browne and Dinnie).File Size: 97KB.Queer is an early short novel (written between andpublished in ) by William S.

is partially a sequel to his earlier novel, Junkie, which ends with the stated ambition of finding a drug called Yage. Queer, although not devoted to that quest, does include a trip to South America looking for the : William S. Burroughs.Sexuality and space is a field of study within human phrase encompasses all relationships and interactions between human sexuality, space and place, themes studied within cultural geography, i.e., environmental and architectural psychology, urban sociology, gender studies, queer studies, socio-legal studies, planning, housing studies and criminology.