I’ve presented two papers here and last year did a reading with two other pagan authors. It’s a fantastic conference. Last year’s special guests were Z Budapest and Hyperion and the year before was Patrick McCollum and Selene Fox. I highly recommend doing it if you are interested in the field.
9th Conference on Current Pagan Studies
Pagan Sensibilities in Action
January 26 & 27, 2013
Call for Papers
This year we will focus on Pagan Sensibilities in Action. We welcome papers that discuss how our pagan perspectives manifest as our lived experiences in artistic expression, personal and collective practice, the manner in which we hold power, and other engagements, including involvement in politics, social justice, ecological concerns and economics. How do Pagan theo(a)logies inform our being in the world?
This year we are encouraging proposals for academic panels. Please contact us early if you would like to organize a panel.
We are looking for papers from all disciplines. A community needs artists, teachers, scientists, healers, historians, philosophers, educators, thinkers, activists, etc.
As usual, we are using Pagan in its most inclusive form, covering pagans, wiccans, witches and the numerous hybrids that have sprung up as well as any indigenous groups that feel akin to or want to be in conversation with Pagans.
Abstracts should be no longer than 350 words and are due by September 30, 2012. Go to our website paganconference.com for advice on presenting papers. Please email abstracts to pagan_conference