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Adam, Raoul (2011) An epistemic theory of religious fundamentalism. International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society, 1 (1). pp. 81-95.
Carrington, Ann Michelle (2010) A researcher in Wonderland: a spiritual approach from paradigm to practice. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Gallagher, Donat (2010) Creation, evolution and "first sight": the spirit of Centralia. In: Proceedings of Biennial Conference in Philosophy, Religion and Culture, pp. 1-15. From: Biennial Conference in Philosophy, Religion and Culture, 1-3 October 2010, Strathfield, NSW, Australia.
Gough, Julie, and Purich, Thisbe (2004) Minyma Tjuta: Many women working with fibre and the figures of Kantjupayi Benson. In: Ryan, Judith, (ed.) Colour Power - Aboriginal Art post 1984. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 126-130.
Gough, Julie (2000) History, representation, globalisation and indigenous cultures : a Tasmanian perspective. In: Smith, Claire, and Ward, Graeme, (eds.) Indigenous cultures in an interconnected world. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 89-107.
Kampmark, Karl-J. (2008) The significance and changing patterns of Jizô worship in contemporary Japan: socio-cultural study. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Markwick, Laura (2004) Circles of healing around the world: an exploration of the association between spiritual healing and circles in art. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
McGregor, Russell (2001) From Old Testament to New: A. P. Elkin on christian conversion and cultural assimilation. Journal of Religious History, 25 (1). pp. 39-55.
Rodd, Robin (2003) Märipa: to know everything. The experience of power as knowledge derived from the integrative mode of consciousness. Anthropology of Consciousness, 14 (2). pp. 60-88.
Telban, Borut (2013) The power of place: spatio-temporality of a Melanesian religious movement. Anthropological Notebooks, 19 (3). pp. 81-100.