Queer shamans: Autoarchaeology and neo-shamanism

@inproceedings{Wallis2000QueerSA,
  title={Queer shamans: Autoarchaeology and neo-shamanism},
  author={Robert J. Wallis},
  year={2000}
}
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-shamans increasingly make pilgrimages to ancient sites and express strong views on the socio-politics of their presentation and management. Rather than avoid the 'fringe' and dismiss these engagements with archaeology outright, as a normative archaeology tends to, I explore Druidic neo-shamanism from a… CONTINUE READING

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