Ancient Gods—New Ages: Lessons from Hungarian Paganism
Issue: Vol 11 No. 1 (2009)
Subject Areas: Religious Studies
This paper discusses contemporary Paganism in Central and Eastern Europe., taking off from the general (Western) definition of contemporary Paganism, and then moving to Pagan narratives present in the region, followed by the delineation of the features of Hungarian movements as a summary of a case study. Reasons and consequences of dissimilarities are presented briefly, reflecting to the outcomes of the foregoing research.
Author: Réka Szilárdi