Publications

1104 publications found

Lourdes and Holistic Spirituality: Contemporary Catholicism, the Therapeutic and Religious Thermalism

'A place to grow spiritually and socially': the experiences of young pilgrims to Lourdes

Canvassing the Faithful: Image, Agency and the Lived Religiosity of Devotion to the Divine Mercy

Divine Mercy devotion; Krakow; St Faustina

Bone Idol? British Catholics and Devotion to St Thérèse of Lisieux

Therese of Lisieux; relics; reverse pilgrimage; Salford; saints

Rescripting Religion in the City: Migration and Religious Identity in the Modern Metropolis

Religious pluralism; inter-faith; urban theology; pilgrimage as a metaphor; migration; Lourdes

Wives, Mothers and Widows on Pilgrimage: Categories of 'Woman' Recorded at English Shrines in the High Middle Ages

Bailey, Anne E. 2013. 'Wives, Mothers and Widows on Pilgrimage: Categories of 'Woman' Recorded at English Shrines in the High Middle Ages', Journal of Medieval History 39.2, 197-219.

Lamentation Motifs in Latin Hagiography

Examines the tradition of female affective piety at saints' shrines in the Christian West and its representation in literature.

Bailey, Anne E. 2013. 'Lamentation Motifs in Latin Hagiography', Gender and History 25.3, 529-44.

Flights of Distance, Time and Fancy: Women Pilgrims and their Journeys in Medieval Miracle Narratives

Bailey, Anne E. 2012. 'Flights of Distance, Time and Fancy: Women Pilgrims and their Journeys in Medieval Miracle Narratives', Gender and History 24.2, 292-309.

Peter Brown and Victor Turner Revisited: Anthropological Approaches to Latin Miracle Narratives in the Medieval West

Discusses anthropological approaches to medieval saints' cults.

Bailey, Anne E. 2014. 'Peter Brown and Victor Turner Revisited: Anthropological Approaches to Latin Miracle Narratives in the Medieval West', in Contextualizing Miracles, ed. Matthew Mesley and Louise E. Wilson (Oxford: Medium Ævum).

Modern and Medieval Approaches to Pilgrimage, Gender and Sacred Space

Bailey, Anne E. 2013. 'Modern and Medieval Approaches to Pilgrimage, Gender and Sacred Space'. History and Anthropology 24.4, 493-512.