Michael D. J. Bintley and Thomas J. T. Williams (eds), <i>Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia</i> (Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK: The Boydell Press, 2015), xii and 295 pp., €84.99 (cloth).

Authors

  • Carole M. Cusack University of Sydney

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/pome.v18i2.31670

Keywords:

Medieval Studies, Paganism, Material Religion, Archaeology, Animal Studies

Author Biography

Carole M. Cusack, University of Sydney

Carole M. Cusack is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Sydney. Her research interests include religious conversion, northern European mythology and religion, medieval Christianity, secularization and contemporary religious trends. She is the author of Conversion Among the Germanic Peoples (Cassell, 1998), The Essence of Buddhism (Lansdowne, 2001), Invented Religions: Imagination, Fiction and Faith (Ashgate, 2010), and The Sacred Tree: Ancient and Medieval Manifestations (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011). She has co-edited several volumes, including Religion and Retributive Logic: Essays in Honour of Professor Garry W. Trompf (Brill, 2010) with Christopher Hartney and New Religions and Cultural Production (Brill 2012) with Alex Norman. She has published widely in academic journals and edited collections. With Christopher Hartney (University of Sydney) she is Editor of the Journal of Religious History (published by Wiley) and with Liselotte Frisk (Dalarna University, Sweden) she is Editor of the International Journal for the Study of New Religions (published by Equinox).

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Published

2016-12-28

How to Cite

Cusack, C. M. (2016). Michael D. J. Bintley and Thomas J. T. Williams (eds), <i>Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia</i> (Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK: The Boydell Press, 2015), xii and 295 pp., €84.99 (cloth). Pomegranate, 18(2), 242–244. https://doi.org/10.1558/pome.v18i2.31670

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Book Reviews