Pomegranate 13.1 Table of Contents

The newest issue of The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies went to the printer last month. Contents are available online to subscribers or by purchase of individual articles.

PDFs of book reviews and of Caroline Tully’s article,  “Researching the Past is a Foreign Country: Cognitive Dissonance as a Response by Practitioner Pagans to Academic Research on the History of Pagan Religions,” may be downloaded free.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Response to Dominique Beth Wilson
Michael York

The Birth of Counterjihadist Terrorism: Reflections on some Unspoken Dimensions of 22/7
Egil Asprem

Pagan Saxon Resistance to Charlemagne’s Mission: ‘Indigenous’ Religion and ‘World’ Religion in the Early Middle Ages
Carole Cusack

Contemporary Paganism, Utopian Reading Communities, and Sacred Nonmonogamy:  The Religious Impact of Heinlein’s and Starhawk’s Fiction
Christine Hoff Kraemer

John Michell, Radical Traditionalism and the Emerging Politics of the Pagan New Right
Amy Hale

Researching the Past is a Foreign Country: Cognitive Dissonance as a Response by Practitioner Pagans to Academic Research on the History of Pagan Religions
Caroline Jane Tully

Book Review: Kerriann Godwin, ed., The Museum of Witchcraft: A Magical History (Boscastle, Cornwall: The Occult Art Company, 2011), 142 pp., £34.00 (hardcover). PDF . Reviewed by Ethan Doyle White

Book Review: Lee Gilmore, Theater in a Crowded Fire: Ritual and Spirituality at Burning Man (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010), 238 pp., (+ dvd) $24.95 (paperback).
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. Reviewed by Jason Lawton Winslade

6 thoughts on “Pomegranate 13.1 Table of Contents

  1. Thanks for this! Micheal York’s reply will be of use for some uni coursework I’m doing at the moment; so much so that I’ve willingly paid £14.40 to get access to it.

  2. I can’t wait to get it! Caroline Tully and Amy Hale’s articles both address issues at the heart of the research that I’m working on.

    • Most university libraries want faculty recommendations for journals. Is there any religious-studies professor who would request it?

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