The Pomegranate 19, no. 2 Now Published Online

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The Image of Paganism in British Romanticism
Pavel Horák

Special Section: Paganism and Politics

Paganism and Politics: A View from Central-Eastern Europe
Michael F. Strmiska

Pagan Terror: The Role of Pagan Ideology in Church Burnings and the 1990s Norwegian Black Metal Subculture
Miroslav Vrzal

Women of Power: The Image of the Witch and Feminist Movements in Poland
Adam Anczyk, Joanna Malita-Król

Religious, Socio-cultural and Political Worldviews of Contemporary Pagans in the Czech Republic
Matouš Vencálek

Field Report

New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library: The Making of a Pagan Archive
Guy Frost

Book Reviews

Stefanie von Schnurbein, Norse Revival: Transformations of Germanic Paganism (Leiden: Brill, 2016), 418 pp., $140 (cloth), $25 (paper), Open Access (ebook).
Jefferson F. Calico

Gerd van Riel, Plato’s Gods (Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2013); vii and 137 pp.; $153.00 (cloth), $50.95 (paper), $45.86 (ebook).
Carole M. Cusack

Gregory E. Munson, Todd W. Bostwick, and Tony Hull, eds., Astronomy and Ceremony in the Prehistoric Southwest: Revisited. Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers 9 (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2014), 163 pp., $30 pap
John McHugh

Jonathan Allen, ed., Lost Envoy: The Tarot Deck of Austin Osman Spare (London: Strange Attractor Press, 2016), 336 pp, £35 (cloth).
Carole M. Cusack