Two Souls in One Body: Ethical and Methodological Implications of Studying What You Know

Authors

  • Sian Reid Carleton University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/pome.v13i10.34

Keywords:

Neo-paganism, epistemology

Abstract

Frustration with not seeing myself reflected in the literature that purported to discuss 'people like me' propelled me into graduate school in an attempt to give myself the tools to frame the presentation of Neo-paganism differently.

References

Berger, Helen. 1999. A Community of Witches. Colombia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press.

Gadamer, Hans-Georg. 1975. Truth and Method. London: Sheed & Ward.

Luhrmann, Tanya. 1989. Persuasions of the Witch’s Craft. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Orion, Loretta. 1995. Never Again the Burning Times: Paganism Revived. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Pike, Sarah. 2001. Earthly Bodies, Magical Selves: Contemporary Pagans and the Search for Community. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Published

2020-08-11

How to Cite

Reid, S. (2020). Two Souls in One Body: Ethical and Methodological Implications of Studying What You Know. Pomegranate, 34–39. https://doi.org/10.1558/pome.v13i10.34

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