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St John, Graham (2013) Aliens are us: cosmic liminality, remixticism and alienation in psytrance. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 25 2: 186-204. doi:10.3138/jrpc.25.2.186 97   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
St John, G. (2005) Australia in B. R. Taylor (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum 37  
St John, Graham (2004) Counter-tribes, global protest and carnivals of reclamation. Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 16 4: 421-428. 41  
St John, Graham and Baldini Chiara (2012). Dancing at the crossroads of consciousness: techno-mysticism, visionary arts and Portugal's boom festival. In Carole M. Cusack and Alex Norman (Ed.), Handbook of new religions and cultural production (pp. 521-552) Leiden, Netherlands: Brill. 92 4
St John, Graham (2012). Divine mothership of trance: Boom 2010. In Daniel Pinchbeck and Ken Jordan (Ed.), Exploring the edge realms of consciousness: liminal zones, psychic science, and hidden dimensions of the mind (pp. 24-32) Berkeley, CA, United States: Evolver Editions (North Atlantic Books). 52 2
St John, Graham (2011) DJ Goa Gil: Kalifornian exile, dark yogi and dreaded anomaly. Dancecult, 3 1: 97-128. 67 3
St John, Graham (2012). Electronic dance music culture and religion: an overview. In Mark J. Butler (Ed.), Electronica, dance and club music (pp. 243-268) Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate. 75 5
St John, Graham (2006) Electronic dance music culture and religion: An Overview. Culture and Religion, 7 1: 1-25. doi:10.1080/01438300600625259 235   Cited 18 times in Scopus18 0
St John, G. (2005) Ferality in B. R. Taylor (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum 34  
St John, Graham (2012) Freak media: Vibe Tribes, sampledelic outlaws and Israeli psytrance. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 26 3: 437-447. doi:10.1080/10304312.2012.665839 58   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
St John, G. (2004) Global "protestival": Reclaiming the streets and the future. M/C Reviews: Objection or Obstruction: The Culture of Protest in the 21st Century, 1 1-3. 170  
St John, Graham Global tribe: technology, spirituality and psytrance. Sheffield & Oakville, CT, United States: Equinox, 2012. 510 2
St John, Graham (2014). Goatrance travellers: psychedelic trance and its seasoned progeny Graham St John. In Simone Kruger and Ruxandra Trandafoiu (Ed.), The Globalization of Musics in Transit: Musical Migration and Tourism (pp. 160-179) New York, United States: Routledege. 76  
St John, Graham (2013). Indian spirit: psytrance culture, Native Americans and the techno-tribes. In James Mackay and David Stirrup (Ed.), Tribal fantasies : Native Americans in the European imaginary, 1900-2010 (pp. 173-195) London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. 80 3
St John, G. (2004). Introduction. In G. St John (Ed.), Rave Culture and Religion (pp. 1-15) London: Routledge. 28  
St John, G. (2005) Keepers of Lake Eyre in B. R. Taylor (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum 41  
St John, Graham (2005) Lawrence, Tim, Love saves the day: A history of American dance music culture, 1970-1979, Duke University Press, Durham and London, 2003, 498 pp., ISBN 0 8223 3198 5. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: Quarterly Journal of Media Research and Resources, 117: 160-161. 102 3
St John, Graham (2010). Liminal culture and global movement: The transitional world of psytrance. In Graham St John (Ed.), The local scenes and global culture of psytrance (pp. 220-246) New York: Routledge. 170 2
St John, Graham (2010) Making a noise—making a difference: Techno-punk and terra-ism. Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture, 1 2: 1-28. 53  
St John, Graham (2009) Neotrance and the psychedelic festival. Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture, 1 1: 35-64. 73  
St John, Graham (2005) Off road show: Techno, protest and feral theatre. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 19 1: 5-20. doi:10.1080/1030431052000336261 378 4 0
Johnston, Barbara Rose, Colson, Elizabeth, Falk, Dean, St John, Graham, Bodley, John H., McCay, Bonnie J., Wali, Alaka, Nordstrom, Carolyn and Slyomovics, Susan (2012) On Happiness. American Anthropologist, 114 1: 6-18. doi:10.1111/j.1548-1433.2011.01393.x 27   4 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 34
St John, G. (2005) Outback vibes: Sound systems on the road to legitimacy. Postcolonial Studies, 8 3: 321-336. doi:10.1080/13688790500231020 41   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
St John, G. (2003). Post-rave technotribalism and the carnival of protest. In D. Muggleton and R. Weinzierl (Ed.), The Post-subcultures Reader (pp. 65-82) Oxford: Berg. 141  
St John, Graham (2008) Protestival: Global days of action and carnivalized politics in the present. Social Movement Studies Journal, 7 2: 167-190. doi:10.1080/14742830802283550 517   Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
St John, Graham (2010). Psytrance: An introduction. In Graham St John (Ed.), The local scenes and global culture of psytrance (pp. 1-17) New York: Routledge. 143 5
St John, Graham (2011). Rave From the Grave: Dark Trance and the Return of the Dead. In Cory James Rushton and Christopher M. Moreman (Ed.), Zombies are us: Essays on the humanity of the walking dead (pp. 24-39) Jefferson, N.C., United States: McFarland. 81 4
St John, G. (2005) Raves in B. R. Taylor (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum 49  
St John, Graham (2006). Reclaiming the future at Goolengook: Going feral and becoming native in Australia. In L. Hume and K. McPhillips (Ed.), Popular Spiritualities: The politics of contemporary enchantment (pp. 187-199) Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 57  
St John, Graham (2012) Seasoned exodus: the exile mosaic of psyculture. Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture, 4 1: 4-37. 43 4
St John, Graham (2011). Spiritual technologies and altering consciousness in contemporary counterculture. In Etzel Cardena and Michael Winkelman (Ed.), Altering consciousness: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 203-225) Santa Barbara, CA, United States: Praeger. 61 2
St John, Graham Technomad: Global raving countercultures 1st ed. London: Equinox Publishing, 2009. 1022  
St John, G. (2004). Techno millennium: Dance, ecology and future primitives. In G. St John (Ed.), Rave Culture and Religion (pp. 213-235) London: Routledge. 128  
St John, Graham (2011). The 2012 movement, visionary arts and Psytrance culture. In Joseph Gelfer (Ed.), 2012: Decoding the countercultural Apocalypse (pp. 123-143) Sheffield, United Kingdom: Equinox. 124 4
St John, G. (2004). The difference engine: Liberation and the rave imaginary. In G. St John (Ed.), Rave Culture and Religion (pp. 19-45) London: Routledge. 107  
St John, Graham (2014). The logics of sacrifice at visionary arts festivals. In Andy Bennett, Jodie Taylor and Ian Woodward (Ed.), The festivalization of culture (pp. 49-67) Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate. 73 2 0
St John, Graham (2013). Total solar eclipse festivals, cosmic pilgrims and planetary culture. In Donna Western and Andy Bennett (Ed.), Pop pagans : paganism and popular music (pp. 126-144) Durham, UK: Acumen Publishing. 58 4
St. John, Graham (2008). Trance tribes and dance vibes: Victor Turner and electronic dance music culture. In Graham St. John (Ed.), Victor Turner and contemporary cultural performance (pp. 149-173) New York, U.S.A.: Berghahn. 123 1
St John, Graham (2012). Tribalism, experience, and remixology in global psytrance culture. In Courtney Bender and Ann Taves (Ed.), What matters?: ethnographies of value in a not so secular age (pp. 248-275) New York, U.S.A.: Columbia University Press. 74  
St. John, G. (2008). Victor Turner and Contemporary Cultural Performance: An Introduction. In St. John, Graham (Ed.), Victor Turner and Contemporary Cultural Performance (pp. 1-37) New York: Berghahn. 68