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Introduction: Pilgrimage and Political Economy: Introduction to a Research Agenda
Simon Coleman and John Eade

Chapter 1. From the Indian Ganges to a Mauritian Lake: Hindu Pilgrimage in a ‘Diasporic’ Context
Mathieu Claveyrolas

Chapter 2. Transnational Courting through Shakyamuni Buddha: Japanese Pilgrimage and Geographical Dowries in North India
David Geary

Chapter 3. Sufism and Pilgrimage Market: A Political Economy of a Shrine in Southern Pakistan
Rémy Delage

Chapter 4. Allah Always Hears the Prayers of a Traveller: Nationalized Shrines and Transnational Imaginaries in Bukhara
Maria Louw

Chapter 5. ‘Pilgrimage Capital’ and Bosnian Croat Pilgrimage Places: Bosnian Croat Pilgrimages and Transnational Ties through Time and Space
Mario Katić

Chapter 6. Translating Catholic Pilgrimage Sites into Energy Grammar: Contested Spiritual Practices in Chartres and Vézelay
Anna Fedele

Chapter 7. A Pentecostal Shrine in Mexico: Ethnography of Migration and Pilgrimage
Patricia Fortuny Loret de Mola

Chapter 8. The Paths of Saint James in Brazil: Body, Spirituality and Market
Carlos Alberto Steil

Afterword: Going Beyond the Elusive Nature of Pilgrimage
Dionigi Albera


Pilgrimage and Political Economy

Translating the Sacred

Edited by Simon Coleman and John Eade
Afterword by Dionigi Albera

206 pages, 4 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78533-942-4 Hb Published (July 2018)

eISBN 978-1-78533-943-1 eBook