Thanks to Helen Meads for the following list of literature related to heterotopia and religion, including link to her PhD thesis:
Carrette, Jeremy R. 2000. Foucault and Religion: Spiritual Corporality and Political
Spirituality. London, Routledge, 58 & 107.
Meads, Helen Claire. 2011. ‘”Experiment with Light” In Britain: The heterotopian nature of a contemporary Quaker spiritual practice.’ Phh.D. Thesis, University of Birmingham. http://etheses.bham.ac.uk/3076/1/Meads11PhD.pdf, accessed 3 March, 2018.
Pilgrim, Gay. 2003a. ‘Contemporary British Quakerism.’ Paper presented at the
Woodbrooke Sunday Lectures, 29 June 2003.
———. 2003b. ‘The Quakers: towards an Alternate Ordering.’ In Predicting Religion:
Christian, Secular and Alternative Futures, edited by Grace Davie, Linda
Woodhead and Paul Heelas, 147-158. Aldershot, Ashgate.
———. 2004. ‘Taming Anarchy: Quaker Alternate Ordering and “Otherness”.’ In The
Creation of Quaker Theory: Insider Perspectives, edited by Pink Dandelion,
206-225. Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing.
———. 2008. ‘British Quakerism as Heterotopic.’ In The Quaker Condition: The
Sociology of a Liberal Religion, edited by Pink Dandelion and Peter Collins,
53-67. Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Shackley, Myra. 2002. ‘Space, Sanctity and Service; the English Cathedral as
Heterotopia.’ International Journal of Tourism Research 4, 345-352.
Smith, Simon Gareth. 1997. ‘Buddhism and the Postmodern: The Nature of Identity
and Tradition in Contemporary Society.’ Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis,
University of Leeds, 24, 106 & 158.
My running bibliography also has:
Bochow, A. and van Dijk, R. (2012) ‘Christian Creations of New Spaces of Sexuality, Reproduction, and Relationships in Africa: Exploring Faith and Religious Heterotopia’ Journal of Religion in Africa. 42 (4): 325-344.
Maier, H. O. (2013) ‘Soja’s Thirdspace, Foucault’s Heterotopia and de Certeau’s Practice: Time-Space and Social Geography in Emergent Christianity’, Historical Social History 38 (4) 76-92.
Taylor, R. (2015) ‘Syariah as Heterotopia: Responses from Muslim Women in Aceh, Indonesia’ Religions 6 (2) open-access.
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