Methods of Compassion or Pretension? Conducting Anthropological Fieldwork in Modern Magical Communities
Keywords:Neo-Paganism, Wicca, Witchcraft, feminism, feminist witches
AbstractThe community I came to study was the Reclaiming Collective of San Francisco, a well-known feminist Witchcraft community founded in 1979 by Starhawk and her coven sisters .
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