Globalisation and new geographies of religion: new regimes in the movement, circulation, and territoriality of cultsand beliefs- Lionel ObadiaLa date initiale de sortie de cet ouvrage est 2012 mais sa parution est 2014. Since their emergence in the 1990s, globalisation studies have regarded geographic and spatial analysis as a somewhat obsolete approach to religion – or at least as unable to elucidate new dynamics of societies, cultures, and religions subject to processes of “deterritorialisation”. However, empirically and theoretically speaking, space and an entire repertoire of associated terminology (site, place, territory, etc.) have returned to the forefront of the agenda of social sciences and religious studies. Research on religion has under- taken a “spatial turn”. The present paper seeks to describe some of the main theoretical approaches (re)opened by this paradigm shift.