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Asian Migrants and Religious Experience: From Missionary Journeys to Labor Mobility
edited by Bernardo Brown and Brenda Yeoh
Amsterdam University Press, 2018
Paper: 978-94-6298-232-1 | eISBN: 978-90-485-3222-3
Library of Congress Classification JV8490.A855 2018

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Typically, scholars approach migrants’ religions as a safeguard of cultural identity, something that connects migrants to their communities of origin. This ethnographic anthology challenges that position by reframing the religious experiences of migrants as a transformative force capable of refashioning narratives of displacement into journeys of spiritual awakening and missionary calling. These essays explore migrants’ motivations in support of an argument that to travel inspires a search for new meaning in religion.
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