Weaving a Tangled Web? Pagan ethics and issues of history, ‘race’ and ethnicity in Pagan identity
Keywords:Neo-Paganism, paganism, race, ethnicity
AbstractA survey of popular Pagan texts …turned up an arrestingly unproblematic relationship with ethnic, historical, national, social and political boundaries
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