Crafting contemporary pagan identities in a Catholic society

by Kathryn Rountree

Publisher: Ashgate Pub. Ltd. in Farnham, Surrey, England, Burlington, VT

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Catholic Church -- Malta,
  • Catholic Church -- Relations -- Neopaganism,
  • Neopaganism -- Malta,
  • Neopaganism -- Relations -- Catholic Church,
  • Malta -- Religion,
  • Malta -- Religious life and customs

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementKathryn Rountree.
SeriesVitality of indigenous religions series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBP605.N46 R68 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23392152M
ISBN 109780754669739
LC Control Number2009020740

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Pagans employ both creativity and borrowing in constructing identities within a cultural context characterized by antagonism as well as continuity. This book explores the intersections of religious and cultural identity, the global and local, Paganism and Christianity, with insights grounded in rich ethnographic detail based on long-term : Hardcover.

Pagans employ both creativity and borrowing in constructing identities within a cultural context characterized by antagonism as well as continuity.

This book explores the intersections of religious and cultural identity, the global and local, Paganism and Christianity, with insights grounded in rich ethnographic detail based on long-term fieldwork. Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society.

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By Kathryn Rountree. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Back to book. chapter 8. 14 Pages Cited by: 1.

Kathryn Rountree, Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society. Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society By (author) Kathryn Rountree Genres: Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church, Contemporary non-Christian & para-Christian cults & sects, Religion: general, Christianity, Other non-Christian religions, Sociology, Anthropology.

Her books include Embracing the Witch and the Goddess: Feminist Ritual-makers in New Zealand (Routledge, ), Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society (Ashgate, ), the edited volume Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism and Modern Paganism (Palgrave, ) and the co-edited Archaeology of Spiritualities (Springer, ).

Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 7 editions Want to Read saving /5(2). Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society Local religious contexts, landscapes, histories, traditions, politics, values and norms all impact on local Paganisms.

This is nowhere more evident than in a strongly Catholic society, where religion and culture are deeply entwined. Download Citation | Crafting contemporary Pagan identities in a Catholic society | Contemporary western Paganism is now a global religious phenomenon Author: K.

Rountree. Her books include Embracing the Witch and the Goddess: Feminist Ritual-makers in New Zealand (Routledge, ), Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society.

Download Citation | Crafting contemporary pagan identities in a catholic society | Most studies of contemporary Paganism have been conducted in societies which are predominantly Protestant and. Crafting contemporary pagan identities in a Catholic society. [Kathryn Rountree] -- Contemporary western Paganism is now a global religious phenomenon with Pagans in many parts of the world sharing much in common - from a nature-revering worldview and lifestyle to a host of chants.

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Farnham: Ashgate. Google. Contemporary Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Europe: Colonialist and Nationalist Impulses: Rountree, Kathryn: : LibrosFormat: Pasta dura. About this book. This volume explores how Pagans negotiate local and global tensions as they craft their identities, both as members of local communities and as cosmopolitan “citizens of the world.”.

Based on cutting edge international case studies from Pagan communities in the United States, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Israel, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Malta, it considers how modern Pagans.

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She has published on contemporary Paganism in Malta and New Zealand, feminist spirituality, animism, pilgrimage and embodiment, and the contestation of sacred sites, and her books include Embracing the Witch and the Goddess: Feminist Ritual-makers in New Zealand (Routledge, ), Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society.

Paganistan Contemporary Pagan Community in Minnesotas Twin Cities. By juhat | | No Comments | Review of Kathryn Rountree’s Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society (, Ashgate) in The Pomegranate Journal of Pagan Studies. Jenny Butler () Review of Kathryn Rountree’s Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society (, Ashgate) in The Pomegranate Journal of Pagan Studies.

Book Reviews. Contemporary Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Europe Colonialist and Nationalist Impulses. jidig Contemporary Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Europe. Sixteen centuries later, the pagans may be staging a counter-revolution.

This, at least, is the thesis of Steven D. Smith’s newest book, Pagans and Christians in the City: Culture Wars from the Tiber to the Potomac. Under a Secular Flag.

Before saying more about this book, I should acknowledge myself to be a somewhat biased critic. A better starting point for defining “paganism” is T. Eliot’s essay “The Idea of a Christian Society,” written in the dark days ofwhere he proposes that the greatest enemy of modern Christianity is “modern paganism.” Reno and Smith alike summon Eliot as a sober authority in perilous times, but neither presents Eliot’s own account of the term in question.

The final chapter in this volume is written by its editor, Kathryn Rountree, who explores the Maltese Pagan community and its combination of global and indigenous influences as well as its attitude towards Catholic Christianity.

In summation, Contemporary Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Europe is an important and much–anticipated volume that helps us understand how contemporary Paganisms.

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Kathryn Rountree, Ph.D. (Professor of Anthropology, Massey University, New Zealand; author of Embracing the Witch and the Goddess: Feminist Ritual-makers in New Zealand, ; Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society, ; Archaeology of Spiritualities, ).

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Neopagan) views on LGBT people, similar to other religious and/or spiritual traditions, vary considerably among different paths, sects, and belief systems. LGBT individuals comprise a much larger percentage of the population in neopagan circles.

In order to assure greater accuracy in 21st century journalism, 49 scholars and authors petition the AP and Chicago Stylebooks to capitalize “Pagan” and “Paganism” when speaking of the.