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Re-enchanting Rock Art Landscapes: Animic Ontologies, Nonhuman Agency and Rhizomic Personhood
Abstract Recent theorizing of animism as a relational epistemology evinces how many indigenous communities perceive landscapes as alive with “'people,” only some of whom are human, and that theseExpand
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Shamans/Neo-Shamans: Ecstasy, alternative archaeologies and contemporary Pagans
List of illustrations Preface Acknowledgements Introduction A Native at Home: Producing Ethnographic Fragments of Neo-Shamanisms 1. 'White-Shamans': Sources for Neo-Shamans 2. Plastic Medicine Men?Expand
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Queer shamans: Autoarchaeology and neo-shamanism
Neo-shamanism is a largely unexplored spiritual practice among Western peoples that, by virtue of its queerness, has pressing implications for archaeologists. In their practices, Druidic neo-shamansExpand
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Altered States, Conflicting Cultures: Shamans, Neo‐shamans and Academics
In anthropology, archaeology and popular culture, Shamanism may be one of the most used, abused and misunderstood terms, to date. Researchers are increasingly recognizing the socio-political roles ofExpand
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Sacred sites--contested rites/rights
Our Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights project (www.sacredsites.org.uk) examines physical, spiritual and interpretative engagements of today’s pagans with sacred sites, theorizes ‘sacredness’, andExpand
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The 'Ergi' Seidman: Contestations of Gender, Shamanism and Sexuality in Northern Religion Past and Present
'Seidr' is a term used in this paper to describe certain 'shamanistic' practices of Northern Europe, mentioned in the Icelandic Sagas. Today, seidr practices are reappearing as 'neo-shamanism' inExpand
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