Latest Issue: Vol 34, No 3 (2021): Special Issue: Religion, Spirituality and the New African Diaspora RSS2 logo

Vol 34, No 3 (2021)

Special Issue: Religion, Spirituality and the New African Diaspora

Open Access Open Access  Restricted Access Subscription Access

Guest Edited by Victor Counted and Ibrahim Abraham

Table of Contents


Introduction to the Special Issue on Religion, Spirituality and the New African Diaspora PDF HTML
Victor Counted , Ibrahim Abraham 239–241


Leveraging African Spirituality and Popular Culture betwixt Africa and the African Diaspora PDF HTML
Afe Adogame , Ruth Vida Amwe 242–266
Religion, Migration and the New African Diaspora: A Psychological Perspective PDF HTML
Megan Anna Neff , Richard G. Cowden , Lisanda Masilela , Victor Counted 267–288
Whiteness, Religious Diversity and Relational Belonging: Opportunities and Challenges for African Migrants in Australia PDF HTML
Enqi Weng , Anna Halafoff , Danielle Campbell , William Abur , Gary Bouma , Greg Barton 289–313
Religious Spaces of Care in the Postsecular City: Nigerian Pentecostals and Civic Engagement in London PDF HTML
Richard Burgess 314–339
The Religious Encounters of the New African Diaspora in China and Malaysia: An Exploratory Study of Migratory Subjectivity and Ideological Mobility PDF HTML
Allen Hai Xiao , Zheyuan Deng 340–363

Book Reviews

Bronwen Neil, Dreams and Divination from Byzantium to Baghdad, 400–1000 CE, Oxford Studies in the Abrahamic Religions. PDF HTML
Doru Costache 364–366
Paul O’Connor, Skateboarding and Religion. PDF HTML
Ibrahim Abraham 367–368
Hans-Günter Heimbrock and Jörg Persch (eds), Eco-Theology: Essays in Honor of Sigurd Bergmann. PDF HTML
Garth Cant 369–371
Susannah Crockford, Ripples of the Universe: Spirituality in Sedona, Arizona. PDF HTML
Misha Hoo 372–374

Equinox Publishing Ltd - 415 The Workstation 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0)114 221-0285 - Email: [email protected]

Privacy Policy