Welcome to a new supplemental feature here at The Wild Hunt, The Wild Hunt Podcast (you’re dazzled by the unique name, I can tell). This (hopefully) weekly podcast will take a deeper look at stories, links, and personalities that I feature in my daily updates. In this first episode of The Wild Hunt Podcast, we interview Elysia Gallo, Senior Acquisitions Editor for Llewellyn Worldwide, and Cara Schulz of PNC-Minnesota about the Minnesota Pagan convention Paganicon, now in its second year. In the second segment, we interview Caroline Tully from the University of Melbourne about her recently-published paper “Researching the Past is a Foreign Country: Cognitive Dissonance as a Response by Practitioner Pagans to Academic Research on the History of Pagan Religions.”
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- “Naiades” by Monica Richards from her new album “Naiades.”
- Interview with Elysia Gallo and Cara Schulz about Paganicon
- “Nereides” by Monica Richards from her new album “Naiades.”
- Interview with Caroline Tully about her Pomegranate article.
- Llewellyn Worldwide
- Necropolis Now (Caroline Tully’s blog)
- The Pagan Perspective: Of Pagans, Scholars, and Cognitive Dissonance (A blog post discussing Tully’s article.)
- Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies (Direct link to Caroline Tully’s article, here.)
I hope you enjoy the show, stay tuned for next time where I’ll discuss fascism and Dan Halloran’s potential run for Congress (not necessarily in that order).