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Pagan Conference cont.

Crystal Blanton’s presentation was stunning. Not all of the ideas were new to me, and some of the things she said, for instance about compartmentalizing personality, code switching, and different definitions of “safety” for a member of an oppressed class, … Continue reading

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Pagan Conference, Day 2

Yesterday was Iconoclasm Day at the Pagan Conference. Joseph Futerman gave us some True Facts about the Burning Times, and argued that although the mythology (he would like me to specify that he’s using the term in a Jungian sense) … Continue reading

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Pagan Conference

Some awesome papers today so far. There’s been a lot of really good talk about Pagan identity and theology. Sam Webster in particular has got everyone buzzing about relationships between Paganism and Christianity. There’ll be a longer post later detailing … Continue reading

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2014 Conference on Current Pagan Studies

Good morning from Claremont! Today and tomorrow I’ll be hearing papers and conversations about our places as Pagans in the modern world. I’ll try to update here a few times during each day with summaries of papers and other things … Continue reading

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