Paganistan: Contemporary Pagan Community in Minnesota’s Twin Cities

@article{DoyleWhite2015PaganistanCP,
  title={Paganistan: Contemporary Pagan Community in Minnesota’s Twin Cities},
  author={Ethan Doyle White},
  journal={Folklore},
  year={2015},
  volume={126},
  pages={368 - 369}
}
Harris’s ‘Svipdagsmál: Gender, Genre, and Reconstruction’ argues that the ballad ‘Ungen Svejdal’ can help to reconstruct a lost ancestor it shares with Scipdagsmál. Five heroic epics linked by ways in which heroes’ swords at times figure as friends, supporters, or foes, illustrate patterns of ‘Mensch-Ding-Verwobenheiten’ (human-thing-interweavings), Anna Mühlherr suggests. She comments interestingly on the absence in German of a readily usable equivalent to Latour’s term ‘agency’. This…