From the origins of the discipline of liminality to contemporary applications of the many disciplines, find your liminal library here.
A multi-disciplinary exploration of liminality and application to practical theology
An international collection of multiple voices describing liminality from their varied contexts
A collection of essays relating liminality to the intersections between cultures
A collection of articles that relate liminality to political science, especially internationally
An exploration of the way that liminality functions in different genres of literature
Turner's landmark book based on his model-busting lecture series
Arnold Van Gennep$30.00
van Gennep's book that placed anthropology in the center of almost every other discipline
Taking a deep dive into cultural life and symbology, Douglas explores the danger implicit in the social margins
An assortment of liminal luminaries write about the mythical underpinnings of the experience of intersection, boundary and liminal domain.
This interdisciplinary collection of 31 essays centers on the basic elements of initiations and rites of passage.
The mythical underpinnings of initiation and the great journey of the soul through the sage of the Odyssey.
Malidoma Patrice Some$15.00 $13.80
Rites of initiation and transformation from the indigenous in tribal Africa.
Jonathan L. Best$30.00
A unique work that seeks to explore where we find meaning within ritual and actions within the church. Bridging hermeneutics, philosophy, and postmodern thought, this work seeks to explore how to do theology with the community through conversation