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2023Food and the pilgrim. Nourishment for pilgrims and faith-based touristsMunro, Dane; Buttigieg, Noel; Olsen, Daniel H.
2017Historical perspectives of shifting motives for faith-based travelMunro, Dane
2018The Holy Grail Trail of Malta : a fantastic interpretationMunro, Dane
2007The importance of conserving originality : the editing of neo-latin Baroque textsMunro, Dane
2007The importance of conserving originality in the editing of Neo-Latin Baroque textMunro, Dane
2019In defense of the pure pilgrim : De Re Defensionibus Peregrini CastioriHaller, Stephen F.; Munro, Dane
2017Introduction : walking the worldMunro, Dane; Carspecken, Lucinda; McIntosh, Ian
2005Introduction [Memento Mori : a companion to the most beautiful floor in the world]Munro, Dane
2020Introduction [Peace journeys : a new direction in religious tourism and pilgrimage research]Munro, Dane; McIntosh, Ian C.; Farra Haddad, Nour
2017An introduction to the times of Blessed GerardMunro, Dane
2023[Introduction] Developing new religious pilgrimage routes and trailsOlsen, Daniel H.; Munro, Dane; McIntosh, Ian S.
2018The journey in this bookMunro, Dane
2017Lokale Entwicklungen heraldischer Trends bei polychromen Marmorintarsien in der Grabmalskunst des Johanniterordens in der Konventskirche St John in Valletta, MaltaMunro, Dane
2023Lourdes : town of prayer and divine foodMunro, Dane
2016Malta : a differentiated approach to the pilgrim-tourist dichotomyMunro, Dane; Cassar, George
2020Malta and faith-based tourism : stocktaking and future perspectivesMunro, Dane
2019Managing Catholic churches and sacred sites for protestant visitors to MaltaMunro, Dane
2019Managing St John’s – working for the greater GoodMunro, Dane
2023Memento Mori : the war victims of the families Bochsler / Boxler in over 700 yearsBoxler, Horst; Munro, Dane
2004Memento mori and vanitas elements in the funerary art at St John'sMunro, Dane