GIUMBELLI, Emerson. Public spaces and religion: an idea to debate, a monument to analyze. In: Horizontes Antropológicos, vol.24, no.52, set./dez. 2018.

Keyword: Catholicism, Public Sphere, Religious Tourism, Secularism, Art

http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0104-71832018000300279&lng=pt&nrm=iso&tlng=en

GIUMBELLI, Emerson. Religious Tourism: Analytical Routes through Multiple Meanings. In: Religion and Society: Advances in Research, vol.9, 2018.

Keyword: Brazil, Catholicism, Pilgrimage, Public Space, Religious Tourism

https://www.berghahnjournals.com/abstract/journals/religion-and-society/9/1/arrs090103.xml

Toniol, Rodrigo. The offer of alternative/complementary therapies in the Brazilian public health system and considerations about the limits of the New Age. In: Mercedes Saizar; Mariana Bordes,. (Org.). Alternative therapies in Latin America: policies, practices and beliefs. 1ed.New York: Nova Science, 2017

Rocha, C.. “The Come to Brazil Effect:” Young Brazilians’ Fascination with Hillsong. In: T. Riches and T. Wagner (eds), The Hillsong Movement Examined: You Call Me out upon the Waters. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.

Keyword: Pentecostalism, Globalization, Transnationalism, Imagination, Cosmopolitanism, Social Class

http://www.springer.com/br/book/9783319596556#aboutBook

Luiz Fernando Dias Duarte, Rachel Aisengart Menezes, Transpersonal Ether: personhood, family and religion in modern societies. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 14, n.1. January to April 2017. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Family, Personhood, Religion, Relatedness, Palliative Care

http://www.vibrant.org.br/luiz-fernando-dias-duarte-rachel-aisengart-menezes-transpersonal-ether-personhood-family-and-religion-in-modern-societies/

Vânia Zikán Cardoso, Danger of words: risk and (mis)comprehension in consultations with the spirits of the povo da rua. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 14, n.1. January to April 2017. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Language, Performance, Ritual, Afro-Brazilian Religions; Povo da Rua

http://www.vibrant.org.br/vania-zikan-cardoso-danger-of-words-risk-and-miscomprehension-in-consultations-with-the-spirits-of-the-povo-da-rua/

GIUMBELLI, Emerson; TONIOL, Rodrigo. What Is Spirituality for? New Relations between Religion, Health and Public Spaces. In: Mapril, José; Blanes, Ruy; Giumbelli, Emerson; Wilson, Erin K.. (Org.). Secularisms in a Postsecular Age? Religiosities and Subjectivities in Comparative Perspective. 1ed.Nova York: Palgrave, 2017, v. , p. 147-167.

Keyword: Healing, Public Sphere, Secularism

https://www.academia.edu/31146831/What_is_spirituality_for_New_relations_between_religion_health_and_public_spaces

MONTERO, Paula.. The “Culture of Justification” in the Production of Public Religiosities in Brazil. In: Mapril et al. (orgs). Secularisms in a Postsecular Age? Religiosities and Subjectivities in Comparative Perspective. Nova York: Palgrave, p. 207-229, 2017.

Keyword: Tolerance, Afro-Brazilian Religions, Evangelicalism, Public Sphere

https://www.academia.edu/28183394/The_Culture_of_Justification_in_the_Production_of_Public_Religiosities_in_Brazil

MACHADO, M. D. C.. Christian Churches, reproduction and sexuality in Latin America. In: Virginia Garrard-Burnett, Paul Freston and Stephen C. Dove. (Org.). History of Religions in Latin America. 1ed.Nova York: Cambridge University Press, 2016, v. 1, p. 547-558.

Keyword: Evangelicalism, Catholicism, Politics, Sexual and Reproductive Rights

https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/the-cambridge-history-of-religions-in-latin-america/christian-churches-reproduction-and-sexuality-in-latin-america/55793B7BA7716F48A0F59F49131BEB98/core-reader

Rocha, C.. The Globalisation of the John of God Movement: Cultural Translation as Glocalisation, in B. Schmidt and S. Engler (eds), Brill Handbook of Contemporary Religions in Brazil. Leiden: Brill, 2016.

Keyword: John of God, New Age, Globalization, Spiritism, Healing, Pilgrimage, Spiritual Tourism, Transnationalism, Body

http://www.brill.com/products/book/handbook-contemporary-religions-brazil

BURITY, Joanildo A.. Minoritisation and global religious activism: Pentecostals and ecumenicals confronting inequality in politics and culture. In: Llewelyn, Dawn; Sharma, Sonya. (Org.). Religion, Equalities and Inequalities. 1ed.Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2016, v. , p. 137-148.

Keyword: Diversity, Ecumenism, Politics

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/311964180_Minoritisation_and_global_religious_activism_Pentecostals_and_ecumenicals_confronting_inequality_in_politics_and_culture

SILVEIRA, Marcos Silva. “The Universalization of the Bhakti Yoga of Chaytania Mahaprabhu: Ethnographic and Historic Considerations”. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 11, n. 2. July to December 2014. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Religion, Hinduism, New Age, Hare Krishna, Ritual Process

http://www.vibrant.org.br/issues/v11n2/marcos-silva-da-silveira-the-universalization-of-the-bhakti-yoga-of-chaytania-mahaprabhu-ethnographic-and-historic-considerations/

BURITY, Joanildo A.. Latin American Pentecostalism and ecumenical alterglobalism as cases of agonistic cosmopolitanism. In: Maria Rovisco; Sebastian Kim. (Org.). Cosmopolitanism, Religion and the Public Sphere. 1ed.Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2014, v. , p. 68-84.

Keyword: Pentecostalism, Latin America, Ecumenism

https://www.academia.edu/11231166/Latin_American_Pentecostalism_and_ecumenical_alterglobalism_as_cases_of_agonistic_cosmopolitanism

MURA, Fabio. “Beyond nature and the supernatural: Some reflections on religion, ethnicity and traditions of knowledge”. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 11, n. 2. July to December 2014. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Religion, Ethnicity, Tradition of Knowledge, Politics, Cosmology.

http://www.vibrant.org.br/issues/v11n2/fabio-mura-beyond-nature-and-the-supernatural-some-reflections-on-religion-ethnicity-and-traditions-of-knowledge/

CORDOVIL, Daniela, “On the border between culture and religion Public policies for Afro-Brazilian religions in Brazil”. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 11, n. 2. July to December 2014. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Afro-Brazilian Religions, Religions of African Origin, Public Policies

http://www.vibrant.org.br/issues/v11n2/daniela-cordovil-on-the-border-between-culture-and-religion-public-policies-for-afro-brazilian-religions-in-brazil/

CONTINS, Marcia. “The City and African-Brazilian Religions”. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 11, n. 2. July to December 2014. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Ethnicity and Religion; Anthropology of African-Brazilian Populations; Religion and the City; Fieldwork; Pentecostalism; Candomblé

http://www.vibrant.org.br/issues/v11n2/marcia-contins-the-city-and-african-brazilian-religions/

BAHIA, Joana. “Under the Berlin sky: Candomblé on German shores”. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 11, n. 2. July to December 2014. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Ethnicity and Religion, Expansion of Afro-Brazilian Religiousness in Europe, Brazilian Migration, Religious Field in Germany

http://www.vibrant.org.br/issues/v11n2/joana-bahia-under-the-berlin-sky-candomble-on-german-shores/

Rocha, C.. John of God and the Casa de Dom Inácio: Westerners at a Brazilian Spiritual Hospital, in C. Moreman (ed.) The Spiritualist Movement: Speaking with the Dead in America and Around the World, Westport, CT: Praeger, 2013.

Keyword: John of God, New Age, Globalization, Spiritism, Healing, Pilgrimage, Spiritual Tourism, Transnationalism, Body

http://www.abc-clio.com/ABC-CLIOCorporate/product.aspx?pc=A3721C

Rocha, C.. Zen in Brazil: Cannibalizing Orientalist Flows, in E. Camayd-Freixas (ed.) Orientalism and Identity in Latin America: Fashioning Self and Others from the (Post) Colonial Margin. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2013.

Keyword: Buddhism, Globalization, New Age, Transnationalism, Orientalism

https://www.academia.edu/5141061/Zen_in_Brazil_-_Cannibalizing_Orientalist_Flows

Rocha, C.. Building a Transnational Spiritual Community: The John of God Movement in Australia, in C. Rocha and M. Vasquez (eds), The Diaspora of Brazilian Religions, Leiden: Brill, 2013.

Keyword: John of God, New Age, Globalization, Spiritism, Healing, Pilgrimage, Spiritual Tourism, Transnationalism, Body

https://www.academia.edu/6329026/Building_a_Transnational_Spiritual_Community_-_The_John_of_God_Movement_in_Australia

BURITY, Joanildo A.. Entrepreneurial spirituality and Ecumenical Alterglobalism: Two Religious Responses to Global Neoliberalism. In: Tuomas Martikainen; François Gauthier. (Org.). Religion in the Neoliberal Age: Political Economy and Modes of Governance. 1ed.Farnham: Ashgate, 2013, v. , p. 21-36.

Keyword: Pentecostalism, Latin America, Ecumenism

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283114899_Entrepreneurial_spirituality_and_ecumenical_alterglobalism_Two_religious_responses_to_global_neoliberalism

Rocha, C.. Becoming a Global Village: The Impact of the John of God Pilgrimage in Abadiânia, in N. Hyndman-Rizik (ed.), Pilgrimage in the Age of Globalisation: constructions of the sacred and secular in late modernity, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012.

Keyword: John of God, New Age, Globalization, Spiritism, Healing, Pilgrimage, Spiritual Tourism, Transnationalism, Body

http://www.cambridgescholars.com/pilgrimage-in-the-age-of-globalisation-15

FERNANDES, Silvia. Review of LINDEN, Ian. Global Catholicism: Diversity and Change since Vatican II, London: Hurst Publishers, 2009; 337 pp.; In: International Sociology Review of Books,  vol. 26, Issue 5, 2011.

Keyword: Catholic Church, Religious modernity, Sociology of Religion, Vatican II

https://www.academia.edu/10374248/Review_of_LINDEN_Ian._Global_Catholicism_Diversity_and_Change_since_Vatican_II_London_Hurst_Publishers_2009_337_pp._ISBN_9781850659570_hbk_9781850659563_pbk_

FERNANDES, Silvia Regina Alves; FROEHLE, Bryan. Revitalization Movements, Social Change, and Justice – Brazil’s Toca de Assis in Global Perspective. In: O’Malley, Steven (Org.). Interpretive Trends in Christian Revitalization for the Early Twenty First Century. 1ed.Lexington, Kentucky: Emeth Press,, 2011, v. 01, p. 12-25.

Keyword: Toca de Assis, Catholicism in Brazil, World Christian Revitalization

https://www.academia.edu/17518900/Revitalization_Movements_Social_Change_and_Justice_Brazils_Toca_de_Assis_in_Global_Perspective

GOMES, Elias Evangelista. In the Church and the Street: reconfigurations of ways of thinking about affective and sexual desire for people of the same sex. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 7, n. 1. January to June 2010. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Affective and Sexual Desire, Homosexuality, Youth, Evangelicals, Socialization.

http://www.vibrant.org.br/issues/v7n1/elias-evangelista-gomes-in-the-church-and-the-street/

NATIVIDADE, Marcelo T.; OLIVEIRA, Leandro. God “Transforms” or God “Accepts”?: Dilemmas of the Construction of Identity Among LGBT Evangelicals. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 7, n. 1. January to June 2010. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Religion, Sexual Diversity, Homosexuality, Evangelical Christianity

http://www.vibrant.org.br/issues/v7n1/marcelo-t-natividade-leandro-oliveira-god-transforms-or-god-accepts/

Rocha, C.. Global Power Relations at Play in Fieldwork: Researching Spiritism in Brazil, Fieldwork in Religion special issue Religion and Fieldwork in Latin America, 2009, 3 (2): 145-160.

Keyword: John of God, New Age, Globalization, Spiritism, Healing, Pilgrimage, Transnationalism

https://www.academia.edu/3563446/Global_Power_Relations_at_Play_in_Fieldwork_Researching_Brazilian_Spiritism

Rocha, C.. Seeking Healing Transnationally: Australians, John of God and Brazilian Spiritism, TAJA (The Anthropology Journal of Australia), 2009, 20 (2): 229-246.

Keyword: John of God, New Age, Globalization, Spiritism, Healing, Pilgrimage, Spiritual Tourism, Transnationalism, Body

https://www.academia.edu/3563538/Seeking_healing_transnationally_Australians_John_of_God_and_Brazilian_Spiritism

PRANDI, Reginaldo. Axexê Funeral Rites in Brazil’s Òrisà Religion: Constitution, Significance, and Tendencies. In: Jacob K. Olupona; Terry Rey. (Org.). Órisà Devotion as World Religion: The Globalization of Yorùbá Religious Culture. 1ed.Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 2008, v. 1, p. 437-448.

Keyword: Afro-Brazilian Religions, Funeral Rites, Latin America

https://uwpress.wisc.edu/books/2441.htm

MARIZ, Cecília; MAFRA, Clara . Post-graduate studies on religion in Social Sciences at UERJ: the context of Rio de Janeiro and recent production. Debates do NER (UFRGS. Impresso), v. 11, p. 21-47, 2007.

Keyword: Latin America, Research groups

seer.ufrgs.br/debatesdoner/article/download/2785/1400

Rocha, C.. The Brazilian Imaginaire of Zen: Global Influences, Rhizomatic Forms, in R. Pereira and H. Matsuoka (eds), Japanese Religions in and Beyond the Japanese Diaspora, Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, pp. 146-169, 2007.

Keyword: Buddhism, Globalization, New Age, Transnationalism, Orientalism, Imagination

https://ieas.directfrompublisher.com/catalog/book/japanese-religions-and-beyond-japanese-diaspora

GOLDMAN, M.. How to Learn in an Afro-Brazilian Spirit Possession Religion (Notes Towards an Ontology of Candomblé). In: Ramón Sarró; David Berliner. (Org.). Learning Religion. Anthropological Approaches. 1ed.Londres: Bergham, 2007, v. 1, p. 103-119.

Keyword: Afro-Brazilian Religions, Knowledge

https://www.academia.edu/6233584/How_to_Learn_in_an_Afro-Brazilian_Spirit_Possession_Religion._Ontology_and_Multiplicity_in_Candombl%C3%A9

GIUMBELLI, E.. Literature on New Religious Movements – Portuguese. In: Peter Clarke. (Org.). Encyclopedia of New Religious Movements. Londres: Routledge, 2006, v. , p. -.

Keyword: New Age, Review

CORDOVIL, Daniela. “Afro-Brazilian religions and audiovisual narratives in Amazonia Research tools”. in: Vibrant – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, v. 9, n. 2. July to December 2012. Brasília, ABA.

Keyword: Afro-Brazilian Religions, Tambor de Mina, Visual Anthropology, Cinema, Video

http://www.vibrant.org.br/issues/v9n2/daniela-cordovil-afro-brazilian-religions-and-audiovisual-narratives-in-amazonia/