Vol 7 No. 2 (2005)

Journal: Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies

Published: Mar 8, 2007

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Section Title Author Published
Why “God” as “She” Provokes us:Semiotically Speaking --The Significance of the Divine Feminine Kristy Coleman Mar 8, 2007
Renovating the Broom Closet: Factors Contributing to the Growth of Contemporary Paganism in Canada Síân Reid Mar 8, 2007
Goddess Spirituality and Nature in Aotearoa New Zealand Kathryn Rountree Mar 8, 2007
Being at Home in Nature: A Levinasian Approach to Pagan Environmental Ethics Barbara Jane Davy Mar 8, 2007
The Goddess and/as the Cyborg: Nature and Technology in Feminist Witchcraft Chris Klassen Mar 8, 2007
Nature and Ethnicity in East European Paganism: An Environmental Ethic of the Religious Right? Adrian Ivakhiv Mar 8, 2007
Book Reviews
Review of Witching Culture: Folklore and Neo-Paganism in America by Sabina Magliocco James R. Lewis Mar 8, 2007
Review of The Last Pagan: Julian the Apostate and the Death of the Ancient World by Adrian Murdoch Chas S. Clifton Mar 8, 2007
Review of Legitimating New Religions by James R. Lewis Douglas Ezzy Mar 8, 2007
Review ofCitizen Bacchae: Women’s Ritual Practice in Ancient Greece by Barbara Goff Kathy L. Gaca Mar 8, 2007
Review of Christianity and the Making of the Modern Family by Rosemary Radford Ruether Nikki Bado-Fralick Mar 8, 2007
Review of Secrets, Gossip and Gods: The Transformation of Brazilian Candomble by Paul Christopher Johnson Gus diZerega Mar 8, 2007
Review of The Paganism Reader edited by Chas S. Clifton and Graham Harvey Douglas Ezzy Mar 8, 2007
Review of Cyberhenge: Modern Pagans on the Internet by Douglas E. Cowan Nikki Bado-Fralick Mar 8, 2007
Review of The Last of the Celts by Marcus Tanner Ieuen Jones Mar 8, 2007
Review of Researching Paganisms edited by Jenny Blain, Douglas Ezzy, and Graham Harvey Michael F. Strmiska Mar 8, 2007
Review of Contemporary Paganism: Minority Religions in a Majoritarian America by Carol Barner-Barry Douglas E. Cowan Mar 8, 2007