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 with divergent spiritualities on an international scale, this book explores the recently emerging innovative spaces and integrative practices of queer spiritualities. Its breadth of coverage and keen critical engagement mean it will serve as a theoretically fertile, comprehensive entry point for any scholar wishing to explore the queer spiritual spaces of the twenty-first century.

chapter 1|34 pages

Queer Spiritual Spaces

BySally R. Munt
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chapter 3|30 pages

Quakers: Post-Christian Selfhoods within the Liberal Sphere

BySally R. Munt
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chapter 4|30 pages

Looking for Allah: Spiritual Quests of Queer Muslims

ByAndrew K.T. Yip with Amna Khalid
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chapter 5|28 pages

Queerness and Sangha: Exploring Buddhist Lives

ByAndrew K.T. Yip with Sharon Smith
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chapter 6|30 pages

Dyke Spiritualities at Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival

ByKath Browne
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chapter 7|30 pages

7New Age Spiritualities: Findhorn and the Sexual Self

ByKath Browne with Elizabeth Dinnie
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chapter 8|32 pages

Virtual Believers: Queer Spiritual Practice Online

ByKate O’Riordan with Heather White
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chapter 9|16 pages

Queer Spiritual Spaces: Conclusion

ByKath Browne
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