Publications: Jennings, Mark
Jennings, M. (2015) An extraordinary degree of exaltation: Durkheim, effervescence and Pentecostalism's defeat of secularisation. Social Compass, 62 (1). pp. 61-75.
Jennings, M. (2014) Breaking free to the limit: Playing with Foucault, Otto, and pentecostal experience. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 29 (1). pp. 33-45.
Jennings, M. (2014) Exaltation: Ecstatic experience in Pentecostalism and popular music. Peter Lang.
Jennings, M. (2014) Imagining Jesus doing a Whole Lotta Shakin': Pentecostal worship, popular music and the politics of experience. Culture and Religion, 15 (2). pp. 211-226.
Jennings, M. (2014) Pentecostal, Pearl Jam – music brings ecstasy to us all. The Conversation, 27 June 2014 .
Jennings, M. (2014) An extraordinary degree of exaltation: Durkheim and pentecostalism’s defeat of secularization. In: One Day Symposium. Faith in Motion: Religion in the 21st Century, 15 August 2014, The Michael Chaney Case Study Room, UWA Business School. Perth.
Jennings, M. (2013) Noise channels: Glitch and error in digital culture. Information, Communication & Society, 16 (8). pp. 1362-1364.
Jennings, M. (2013) An extraordinary degree of exaltation: Durkheim, effervescence and pentecostalism's defeat of secularization. In: TASA Conference 2013, 25 - 28 November 2013, Monash University, Melbourne.
Jennings, M. (2013) The fourth gospel's reversal of Mark in John 13, 31-14, 3. Biblica, 94 (2). pp. 210-236.
Jennings, M. (2012) Durkheim, elementary forms and the growth of pentecostalism. In: Border Crossings Conference 2012, 10 - 12 December 2012, Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island.
Jennings, M. (2012) I’ve got a spirit coming through me: Music as hierophany and musicians as shamans. In: Shifting Sounds: Music Flow IASPM-ANZ 2012 Conference, 5 - 7 December 2012, Hobart, Tasmania
Jennings, M. (2012) Unlikely comrades: The joys and challenges of community agencies working together in partnership, managing a shared project. CLAN WA/Murdoch University
Jennings, M. (2010) Collective effervescence, numinous experience Or Proto-religious phenomena? Moshing with Durkheim, Schleiermacher And Otto. In: De La Fuente, E. and Murphy, P., (eds.) Philosophical and Cultural Theories of Music. Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 107-128.
Jennings, M. (2010) ‘I’ve Got a Spirit Coming through Me': Music as Hierophany and Musicians as Shamans. Australian Religion Studies Review, 23 (2). 210 -228.
Jennings, M. (2010) Realms of re-enchantment: Socio-cultural investigations of festival music space. Perfect Beat, 11 (1). pp. 67-83.
Jennings, M. (2010) Realms of re-enchantment: Socio-cultural investigations of festival music space. In: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ) Conference 2010, 30 June - July 2 2010, Sydney, Australia
Jennings, Mark (2009) Realms: A Phenomenological, Socio-Cultural and Theological-Religious Studies exploration of Musical Space. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Jennings, M. (2008) That feeling of exaltation: An ethnography of music and religious experience at a music festival. In: Music, Culture and Society Conference, 6 - 8 March 2008, Monash Conference Centre, Monash University, Melbourne
Jennings, M. (2008) ‘Won't you break free?’ An ethnography of music and the divine-human encounter at an Australian Pentecostal Church. Culture and Religion, 9 (2). pp. 161-174.
Jennings, M. (2007) ‘Won’t you break free?’ An ethnography of music and the divine-human encounter at an Australian Pentecostal church. In: TASA/SAANZ 2007 Conference: Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons, 4 - 7 December 2007, Auckland, New Zealand