The Pagan Studies Archipelago: Pagan Studies in a Cosmopolitan World.

Authors

  • Douglas Ezzy University of Tasmania

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/pome.v17i1-2.29756

Keywords:

Pagan Studies

Abstract

Introduction to The Pomegrante Special Issue: Paths into Pagan Studies: Autobiographical Reflections. The individual contributions comprise one extended article.

Author Biography

Douglas Ezzy, University of Tasmania

Douglas Ezzy is a professor of sociology in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Tasmania. He is president of the Australian Association for the Study of Religion and editor of the Journal for the Academic Study of Religion. His most recent book is Sex, Death and Witchcraft (London: Bloomsbury, 2014).

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Published

2016-02-08

How to Cite

Ezzy, D. (2016). The Pagan Studies Archipelago: Pagan Studies in a Cosmopolitan World. Pomegranate, 17(1-2), 72–205. https://doi.org/10.1558/pome.v17i1-2.29756

Section

Special Section - Paths into Pagan Studies: Autobiographical Reflections