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Publications for Carole Cusack

Publications for Carole Cusack

2016

Cusack, C. (2016). Archaeology and the 'World Religions' Paradigm: The European Neolithic, Religion, and Cultural Imperialism. In Christopher R. Cotter and David G. Robertson (Eds.), After World Religions: Reconstructing Religious Studies, (pp. 153-167). Oxford and New York: Routledge.



2015

Buljan, K., Cusack, C. (2015). Anime, Religion and Spirituality: Profane and Sacred Worlds in Contemporary Japan. Sheffield, United Kingdom: Equinox Publishing. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2015). Apocalypse in Early UFO and Alien-Based Religions: Christian and Theosophical Themes. In Erik Tonning, Matthew Feldman, David Addyman (Eds.), Modernism, Christianity and Apocalypse, (pp. 339-353). Leiden: Brill.

Cusack, C. (2015). Foreword. In David W. Kim (Eds.), Religious Transformation in Modern Asia: A Transnational Movement, (pp. xi-xiv). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Cusack, C. (2015). Intentional Communities in the Gurdjieff Teaching. International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 6(2), 159-178. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2015). Lab Rats and Tissue Samples: The Human in Contemporary Invented Religions. In Kennet Granholm, Marcus Moberg, Sofia Sjo (Eds.), Religion, Media, and Social Change, (pp. 175-188). New York: Routledge.

Cusack, C. (2015). Making Familiar the Unfamiliar: Teaching RLST 2626 Witchcraft, Paganism and the New Age at the University of Sydney. Spotlight on Teaching: Religious Studies News, January 2015, 30-34. [More Information]

Prior, J., Cusack, C. (2015), Religion, Sexuality, and Spirituality. 4-volume reprint series, Routledge.

Cusack, C., Farley, H. (2015), Religion, the Occult and The Paranormal. 4-volume reprint series, Routledge.

Cusack, C. (2015). The Messiah is a Salesman, Yet Consumerism is a Con(spiracy): The Church of the SubGenius, Work, and the Pursuit of Slack as a Spiritual Ideal. Nova Religio: journal of alternative and emergent religions, 19(2), 49-64. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2015). Two Scottish Romanesque Parish Churches: St Athernase, Leuchars and St Cuthbert, Dalmeny. Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History, 15, 97-122.

2014

Cusack, C. (2014). Gurdjieff and Katherine Mansfield Redux: Alma de Groen's The Rivers of China. Journal for the Academic Study of Religion, 27(3), 325-345. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2014). Individual Suicide and the End of the World: Destruction and Transformation in UFO and Alien-Based Religions. In James R. Lewis, Carole M. Cusack (Eds.), Sacred Suicide, (pp. 91-108). Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing.

Cusack, C. (2014). Invented Religions. In George D Chryssides, Benjamin E Zeller (Eds.), The Bloomsbury Companion to New Religious Movements, (pp. 291-294). London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Cusack, C. (2014). Medicine and Mythology: Health and Healing in Indo-European Myths. Mentalities: an interdisciplinary journal, 26(1). [More Information]

Cusack, C., Norman, A. (2014), Religion, Pilgrimage and Tourism. 4-volume reprint series, Routledge.

Cusack, C. (2014). Representations of Indigenous Australian Religions in New South Wales (NSW) Higher School Certificate Studies of Religion Textbooks. In Bengt-Ove Andreassen, James R. Lewis (Eds.), Textbook Gods: Genre, Text and Teaching Religious Studies, (pp. 117-133). Sheffield, UK: Equinox Publishing.

Lewis, J., Cusack, C. (2014). Sacred Suicide. Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing. [More Information]

Cusack, C., Kirby, D. (2014), Sects, Cults and New Religions. 4-volume reprint series, Routledge.

Cusack, C. (2014). Special Issue: G. I. Gurdjieff. Journal for the Academic Study of Religion, 27(3).



2013

Cusack, C. (2013). Enlightenment Concepts, Medieval Contexts. In James L. Cox (Eds.), Critical Reflections on Indigenous Religions, (pp. 65-80). Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

Cusack, C. (2013). History, Authenticity, and Tourism: Encountering the Medieval While Walking Saint Cuthbert's Way. In Alex Norman (Eds.), Journeys and Destinations: Studies in Travel, Identity, and Meaning, (pp. 1-21). Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Sutcliffe, S., Cusack, C. (2013). Introduction: Making it (all?) up - 'invented religions' and the study of 'religion'. Culture and Religion: an international, interdisciplinary journal, 14(4), 353-361. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2013). Play, narrative and the creation of religion: Extending the theoretical base of 'invented religions'. Culture and Religion: an international, interdisciplinary journal, 14(4), 362-377. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2013). Religion-Making and Art-Making: Identifying Convergences Between Cognitive Evolutionary and Social Constructionist Models of Human Evolution. Literature and Aesthetics, 23(3), 97-110.

Cusack, C. (2013). Richard Wagner's 'Der Ring des Nibelungen': Medieval, Pagan, Modern. Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception, 3(2), 329-352. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2013). Scotland's Sacred Tree: The Fortingall Yew. Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History, 14, 106-120.

Sutcliffe, S., Cusack, C. (2013). Special Issue: Invented Religions. Culture and Religion: an international, interdisciplinary journal, 14(4). [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2013). Special Issue: New Scholarship on Contemporary Religion From Australia and New Zealand. Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review, 4(1). [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2013). The Romance of Hereditary Monarchs and Theocratic States: Ethiopia and Emperor Haile Selassie I in Rastafarianism and Tibet and the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, in Western Buddhism. Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review, 4(1), 122-146.

2012

Cusack, C. (2012). "And the Building Becomes Man": Meaning and Aesthetics in Rudolf Steiner's Goetheanum. In Carole Cusack and Alex Norman (Eds.), Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production, (pp. 173-191). Leiden: Brill.

Cusack, C. (2012). Charmed Circle: Stonehenge, Contemporary Paganism, and Alternative Archaeology. Numen-International Review for the History of Religions, 59(2-3), 138-155. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2012). Cognitive Narratology and the Study of New Religions. Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review, 3(2), 154-171.

Cusack, C., Norman, A. (2012). Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production. Leiden: Brill.

Prior, J., Cusack, C. (2012). Identity and Ruins: Personal Integration and Urban Disintegration Understood Through a Touristic Lens. Literature and Aesthetics, 22(1), 156-170.

Cusack, C. (2012). Media Coverage of Scientology in the United States. In Diane Winston (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Religion and the American News Media, (pp. 303-315). New York: Oxford University Press.

Cusack, C. (2012). The Gods on Television: Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan, Politics and Popular Piety in Late Twentieth-century India. In Adam Possamai (Eds.), Handbook of Hyper-real Religions, (pp. 279-297). Leiden: Brill.

Norman, A., Cusack, C. (2012). The religion in Olympic tourism. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 10(2), 124-136. [More Information]

2011

Cusack, C. (2011). 'Celticity' in Australian alternative spiritualities. In Olivia Cosgrove, Laurence Cox, Carmen Kuhling, Peter Mulholland (Eds.), Irelands New Religious Movements, (pp. 281-299). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Cusack, C. (2011). An Enlightened Life in Text and Image: G. I. Gurdjieff's Meetings With Remarkable Men (1963) and Peter Brook's 'Meetings With Remarkable Men' (1979). Literature and Aesthetics, 21(1), 72-97.

Cusack, C. (2011). Discontinuous Meditations on the Phenomenology of Religion. Mentalities: an interdisciplinary journal, 25(Nos 1-2), 1-7.

Cusack, C. (2011). Discordian Magic: Paganism, the Chaos Paradigm and the Power of Parody. International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 2(1), 125-145. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2011). New religions and the science of archaeology: Mormons, the Goddess and Atlantis. In Lewis, James R. and Hammer, Olav (Eds.), Handbook of Religion and the Authority of Science, (pp. 765-796). Leiden: Brill.

Cusack, C. (2011). Pagan Saxon Resistance to Charlemagne's Mission: "Indigenous" Religion and "World" Religion in the Early Middle Ages. The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 13(1), 33-51. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2011). Religion and Celebrity. Australian Religion Studies Review, 24(3).

Cusack, C. (2011). Some Recent Trends in the Study of Religion and Youth. Journal of Religious History, 35(3), 409-418. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2011). The Sacred Tree: Ancient and Medieval Manifestations. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Cusack, C. (2011). The Western Reception of Buddhism: Celebrity and Popular Cultural Media as Agents of Familiarisation. Australian Religion Studies Review, 24(3), 297-316. [More Information]

2010

Cusack, C., Hartney, C. (2010). Introduction. In Carole M. Cusack, Christopher Hartney (Eds.), Religion and Retributive Logic: Essays in Honour of Professor Garry W. Trompf, (pp. 1-14). Leiden: Brill.

Cusack, C. (2010). Invented Religions: Imagination, Fiction and Faith. Surrey, England UK: Ashgate.

Cusack, C., Hartney, C. (2010). Religion and Retributive Logic: Essays in Honour of Professor Garry W. Trompf. Leiden: Brill.

Cusack, C. (2010). Religion as something absolutely ordinary. Mentalities: an interdisciplinary journal, 24(1), 1-7.

Cusack, C., Prior, J. (2010). Religion, Sexuality and Retribution: Placing the 'Other' in Sydney. In Carole M. Cusack, Christopher Hartney (Eds.), Religion and Retributive Logic: Essays in Honour of Professor Garry W. Trompf, (pp. 347-368). Leiden: Brill.

Prior, J., Cusack, C. (2010). Spiritual dimensions of self-transformation in Sydney's gay bathhouses. Journal of Homosexuality, 57(1), 71-97. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2010). Sport. In Hecht, Richard D. and Biondo, Vincent F. (Eds.), Religion and Everyday Life and Culture, (pp. 915-943). Santa Barbara: Praeger Publishers.

Cusack, C. (2010). Sydney Society of Literature and Aesthetics. In Oppy, Graham and Trakakis, Nick (Eds.), A Companion to Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 528-529). Clayton, VIC: Monash University Press.

Cusack, C. (2010). The Burry Man Festival, South Queensferry: warding off evil spirits, connecting with nature and celebrating local identity. Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History, 13(October 2010), 37-53.

Cusack, C. (2010). The Church of All Worlds and pagan ecotheology: uncertain boundaries and unlimited possibilities. Diskus: the on-disk journal of international religious studies, 11(1), 1-11.

2009

Cusack, C. (2009). Celebrity, the popular media and Scientology: making familiar the unfamiliar. In Lewis, James S (Eds.), Scientology, (pp. 389-409). New York, USA: Oxford University Press.

Cusack, C., Digance, J. (2009). Pastoral care and September 11: Scientology's nontraditional religious contribution. In Lewis, James S (Eds.), Scientology, (pp. 435-437). New York, USA: Oxford University Press.

Cusack, C. (2009). Science fiction as scripture: Robert A. Heinlein's Stranger in a strange land and the church of all worlds. Literature and Aesthetics, 19(2), 72-91.

Cusack, C., Digance, J. (2009). The Melbourne Cup: Australian identity and secular pilgrimage. Sport in Society, 12(7), 876-889. [More Information]

Cusack, C. (2009). The return of the Goddess: mythology, witchcraft and feminist spirituality. In Murphy Pizza and James R. Lewis (Eds.), Handbook of contemporary paganism, (pp. 335-362). Leiden: Brill.



2008

Cusack, C., Digance, J. (2008). "Shopping for a self": pilgrimage, identity-formation, and retail therapy. In Graham St John (Eds.), Victor Turner and contemporary cultural performance, (pp. 227-241). Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books.

Cusack, C. (2008). Foreword. In John R. C. Martyn (Eds.), King Sisebut and the culture of Visigothic Spain, with translations of the lives of Saint Desiderius of Vienne and Saint Masona of Mérida, (pp. i-ii). Lewiston, New York; Queenston, Ontario; Lampeter, Wales: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Prior, J., Cusack, C. (2008). Ritual, liminality and transformation: secular spirituality in Sydney's gay bathhouses. Australian Geographer, 39(3), 271-281. [More Information]



2007

Cusack, C. (2007). Konkokyo (Golden Light Teachings) and Modernity: A Test of the Faivre-Hanegraaf Six-Point Typology of Western Esotericism. Australian Religion Studies Review, 20(3), 317-333.

Cusack, C. (2007). The Goddess Eostre: Bede's Text and Contemporary Pagan Tradition(s). The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 9(1), 22-40.

2005

Cusack, C. (2005). Religion in Australian Society: a place for everything and everything and its place. Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand), 13, 28-45.

Cusack, C., Di Lauro, F., Hartney, C. (2005). The buddha of suburbia : proceedings of the eighth Australian and International Religion, Literature and the Arts Conference 2004. Sydney: RLA Press.

Cusack, C. (2005). The Future of Australian Secularism: Religion, Civil Society and the American Alliance. Australian Review of Public Affairs, 10(October).



2004

Cusack, C. (2004). Esotericism, Irony And Paranoia In Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum'. In Edward Fitzpatrick Crangle (Eds.), Esotericism and the Control of Knowledge, (pp. 63-85). Sydney: Department of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney.



2003

Cusack, C. (2003). Australian Paganism: Remnant of the Past or Way of the Future? Australian Review of Public Affairs, 22(August).

Cusack, C. (2003). I’m Hopeful, You’re Hopeful (We Hope). Australian Review of Public Affairs, 13(March).

Cusack, C., Digance, J. (2003). Religious, Spiritual, Secular: Some American Responses to September 11. Australian Religion Studies Review, 16(2), 153-171.

Cusack, C. (2003). The Virgin Mary at Coogee: A Preliminary Investigation. Australian Religion Studies Review, 16(1), 116-129.

Cusack, C. (2003). Tradition and Change: Australian Churches and the Future. Australian Review of Public Affairs, 5(May).



2002

Digance, J., Cusack, C. (2002). Glastonbury: A Tourist Town for All Seasons. In Graham M.S.Dann (Eds.), The Tourist as a Metaphor of the Social World, (pp. 263-280). UK: CABI Publishing.



2001

Cusack, C., Oldmeadow, P. (2001). The End of Religions? Religion in an Age of Globalisation. Australia: Department of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney.

Cusack, C. (2001). The Essence of Buddhism: How to Bring Spiritual Meaning into Everyday. Australia: Lansdowne Publishing.

1999

Cusack, C., Oldmeadow, P. (1999). This Immense Panorama: Studies in Honour of Eric J. Sharpe. Sydney: The University of Sydney.



1998

Cusack, C. (1998). Conversion Among the Germanic Peoples. London: Cassell


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