Modern Pilgrimage as Carnival: Reflections on an Alternative Cultural Performance
This article portrays "guided pilgrimages" in modern Israel as a form of carnival, discusses problems not yet confronted in recent research, and the potential to reshape religious and non-religious relationships.
||Bakhtin's Carnival, Pilgrimage, Modern Israel, Secular Jews
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp.7-16.
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Dr. Tirza Hechter is a lecturer in Political Science and Mass Communications. She is a member of the Israeli Communication Society, The History of Political and Social Concepts International Group, attends international and national conferences in her areas of specialization - Political Myths, Political Communication, Political Rhetoric, New Media Culture, and publishes in these areas.
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