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Contemporary Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Europe
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List of Figures Acknowledgements Introduction: Context is Everything: Plurality and Paradox in Contemporary European Paganisms Kathryn Rountree Chapter 1. Sami Neo-shamanism in Norway: Colonial Grounds, Ethnic Revival and Pagan Pathways Siv Ellen Kraft Chapter 2. It's Not Easy Being Apolitical: Reconstruction and Eclecticism in Danish Asatro Matthew H. Amster Chapter 3. Modern Heathenism in Sweden: A Case Study in the Creation of a Traditional Religion Fredrik Gregorius Chapter 4. The Brotherhood of Wolves, Czech Republic: From Asatru to Primitivism Kamila Velkoborska Chapter 5. Soviet-era Discourse and Siberian Shamanic Revivalism: How Area Spirits Speak through Academia Eleanor Peers Chapter 6. In Search of Genuine Religion: The Contemporary Estonian MaausulisedMovement and Nationalist Discourse Ergo-Hart Vaestrik Chapter 7. Emerging Identity Marketsof Contemporary Pagan Ideologies in Hungary Tamas Szilagyi Chapter 8. Hot, Strange, Voelkish, Cosmopolitan: Native Faith and Neopagan Witchcraft in Berlin's Changing Urban Context Victoria Hegner Chapter 9. Paganism in Ireland: Syncretic Processes, Identity and a Sense of Place Jenny Butler Chapter 10. On the Sticks and Stones of the Greencraft Temple in Flanders: Balancing Global and Local Heritage in Wicca Leon van Gulik Chapter 11. Iberian Paganism: Goddess Spirituality in Spain and Portugal and the Quest for Authenticity Anna Fedele Chapter 12. Bellisama and Aradia: Paganism Re-emerges in Italy Francesca Ciancimino Howell Chapter 13. Authenticity and Invention in the Quest for a Modern Maltese Paganism Kathryn Rountree Notes on Contributors Index

About the Author

Kathryn Rountree is Professor of Anthropology at Massey University. She has published on contemporary Paganism in Malta and New Zealand, feminist spirituality, animism, pilgrimage, and embodiment, and the contestation of sacred sites. Her books include Embracing the Witch and the Goddess: Feminist Ritual-makers in New Zealand (Routledge, 2004), Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society (Ashgate, 2010), and the co-edited Archaeology of Spiritualities (Springer, 2012).

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"Most importantly, perhaps, this volume contributes to the critical effort of sociologically contextualizing Western paganisms as products of glocalization- an interplay between the effects of globalization and local concerns...Students and scholars of the sociology or anthropology of religion and pagan studies will no doubt find this book a useful tool, as it is one of the first complete volumes to explore paganisms in Europe and the complexities and influences of global and local politics, culture, and social change on these emerging movements." * Anthropos

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