AAR: Coming Home

It’s Tuesday morning and I’m at the San Francisco International airport awaiting my flight back to Oregon. There’s so much I have to report on and write about concerning the American Academy of Religion’s Annual Meeting but it will have to wait until I’m back at my own desk with hours of uninterrupted writing time ahead of me. But rest assured, there’s a lot to come, and many projects that are now gestating due to this meeting.  In the meantime, for today, I’d like to share a few more photos from the AAR to tide you over until I get home.

Sociologist Helen Berger discussing new Pagan census data (more on that soon).

Suzanne Owen (Leeds) discussing The Druid Network gaining charitable status.

Christopher Chase discussing West Coast Pagan practices and ideas.

There’s more to come! So do stay tuned! I’ve spoken with several scholars this weekend, and I’m hoping to spotlight some of their voices and research in the weeks to come here at The Wild Hunt. Also, before I sign off, I’d like to thank Solar Cross for being my host for the AAR Annual Meeting and making my stay a very pleasurable one.

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    Cool picture of Christopher, who is an acquaintance of mine from his time at Michigan State.