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Introduction: Context is Everything: Plurality and Paradox in Contemporary European Paganisms
Kathryn Rountree

Chapter 1. Sami Neo-shamanism in Norway: Colonial Grounds, Ethnic Revival and Pagan Pathways
Siv Ellen Kraft

Chapter 2. It’s Not Easy Being Apolitical: Reconstruction and Eclecticism in Danish Asatro
Matthew H. Amster

Chapter 3. Modern Heathenism in Sweden: A Case Study in the Creation of a Traditional Religion
Fredrik Gregorius

Chapter 4. The Brotherhood of Wolves, Czech Republic: From Ásatrú to Primitivism
Kamila Velkoborská

Chapter 5. Soviet-era Discourse and Siberian Shamanic Revivalism: How Area Spirits Speak through Academia
Eleanor Peers

Chapter 6. In Search of Genuine Religion: The Contemporary Estonian MaausulisedMovement and Nationalist Discourse
Ergo-Hart Västrik

Chapter 7. Emerging Identity Marketsof Contemporary Pagan Ideologies in Hungary
Tamás Szilágyi

Chapter 8. Hot, Strange, Völkish, Cosmopolitan: Native Faith and Neopagan Witchcraft in Berlin’s Changing Urban Context
Victoria Hegner

Chapter 9. Paganism in Ireland: Syncretic Processes, Identity and a Sense of Place
Jenny Butler

Chapter 10. On the Sticks and Stones of the Greencraft Temple in Flanders: Balancing Global and Local Heritage in Wicca
Léon van Gulik

Chapter 11. Iberian Paganism: Goddess Spirituality in Spain and Portugal and the Quest for Authenticity
Anna Fedele

Chapter 12. Bellisama and Aradia: Paganism Re-emerges in Italy
Francesca Ciancimino Howell

Chapter 13. Authenticity and Invention in the Quest for a Modern Maltese Paganism
Kathryn Rountree

Notes on Contributors

Contemporary Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Europe

Colonialist and Nationalist Impulses

Edited by Kathryn Rountree

326 pages, 22 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78238-646-9 Hb Published (June 2015)

eISBN 978-1-78238-647-6 eBook