Geografie 2016, 121, 612-631

Feminist geographies of religion: Christianity in everyday life of young women

Kamila Klingorová

Charles University, Faculty of Science, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Prague, Czechia

Received January 2015
Accepted February 2016

Crossref Cited-by Linking

  • Majo Juraj: New challenges for the Slovakian geography of religions in a dynamic society. Geografie 2021, 126, 75. <>
  • Satariano Bernadine: Religion, Health, Social Capital and Place: The Role of the Religious, Social Processes and the Beneficial and Detrimental Effects on the Health and Wellbeing of Inhabitants in Deprived Neighbourhoods in Malta. J Relig Health 2020, 59, 1161. <>
  • Pitoňák Michal, Klingorová Kamila: Development of Czech feminist and queer geographies: identifying barriers, seeking progress. Gender, Place & Culture 2019, 26, 1001. <>
  • Reeves Daniel, Havlíček Tomáš: Children’s perceptions of local religious sites in rural central Europe: case studies in the Czech-Polish and Polish-Slovak borderland. FGSoE 2019, 29. <>
  • Klingorová Kamila, Vojtíšek Zdeněk: Women’s everyday spirituality in Diamond Way Buddhism: an auto-photographic study. Journal of Cultural Geography 2018, 35, 291. <>
  • Klingorová Kamila, Gökarıksel Banu: ‘God was with me everywhere’: women’s embodied practices and everyday experiences of sacred space in Czechia. Gender, Place & Culture 2018, 25, 37. <>
  • Havlíček Tomáš, Klingorová Kamila: City with or without God? Features of post-secularism in religious landscape of post-communist Prague. Social & Cultural Geography 2018, 19, 789. <>
Crossref Cited-by Linking logo