Caitie Finlayson
Caitie Finlayson
Associate Professor, University of Mary Washington
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Spaces of faith: incorporating emotion and spirituality in geographic studies
CC Finlayson
Environment and Planning A 44 (7), 1763-1778, 2012
Church-in-a-box: making space sacred in a non-traditional setting
C Finlayson
Journal of Cultural Geography 34 (3), 303-323, 2017
Emotional encounters in sacred spaces: the case of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
C Finlayson, V Mesev
The Professional Geographer 66 (3), 436-442, 2014
World Regional Geography
C Finlayson, 2016
Perfect food: Perspectives on consumer perceptions of fresh produce quality
C Finlayson
Visualizing Emotion and Affect: Visitor Encounters at St. Peter’s Basilica
C Finlayson
International journal of Euro-Mediterranean studies 9 (2), 45-58, 2016
Performativity and the art of Tai Chi: understanding the body as transformative
CC Finlayson
southeastern geographer 55 (3), 362-376, 2015
Spaces of faith: An affective geographical exploration of houses of worship
CC Finlayson
The Florida State University, 2012
Cultivating geographical thinking: A framework for student-led research on food waste
C Finlayson, M Gregory, C Ludtke, C Meoli, R Michael
Review of International Geographical Education Online 7 (1), 80-93, 2017
Using focus groups to enhance student voice: a work-in-progress exploration of student learning experiences in large classes
CC Finlayson
Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education 6 (1), 49-52, 2014
The Paradox of Cracker Barrel: A Case Study on Place and Placelessness
M Gregory, C Finlayson
Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Research (AHTR) 7 (2), 258-276, 2019
Walking Where Jesus Walked: American Christians and Holy Land Pilgrimage. Hillary Kaell. New York: New York University Press, 2014. 288 pp.
C Finlayson
American Ethnologist 43 (3), 581-582, 2016
On the edge of Providence Canyon
C Finlayson
southeastern geographer 56 (2), 139-141, 2016
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