Tamar Gordon focuses on the cultural analysis of contemporary religions and their intersections with local and global modernities; themed environments; discourse analysis, documentary theory, and has done fieldwork in Polynesian and American societies. She wrote, directed and co-produced the documentary feature film, "Global Villages" which was shown in film festivals around the world. Her current book project is an ethnographic study of Euro-American spiritualist mediums and sitters, and how they reconstitute physical mediumship theory, practice and affective/sensory embodiment within new the techno-sensory spatial order of the digital.
The following is a selection of recent publications in Scopus. Tamar Gordon has 2 indexed publications in the subjects of Arts and Humanities.