Curious to explore further the experiences of communitas and liminality (ideas that emerge in part from Arnold van Gennep's "The Rites of Passage" (1908), and which anthropology has examined in depth) as well as 'betwixt and between-ness' (even as abstractions :), - and especially vis-a-vis both Harbin Hot Springs, as well as (group-buildable) virtual worlds themselves, and especially virtual Harbin (as concept, and to come in digital glasses) ... and which ideas are also important to my actual / virtual Harbin ethnographic book as I revise it.
Rite of passage -
"Betwixt and Between: The Liminal Period in Rites de Passage" by Victor Turner
(chapter with underlining)
Virtual Worlds -
Visual Anthropology -
Communitas, liminality, betwixt and betweenness vis-a-vis eliciting loving bliss neurophysiology ~
Loving Bliss (eliciting this neurophysiology)