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Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, and Modern Paganism

Appropriating, Romanticizing and Reimagining: Pagan Engagements with Indigenous AnimismDefinitions and DisclaimersAnimismIndigenousPaganism, Animism and Indigenous CultureCultural AppropriationRomanticizingReimaginingElective AnimismIndigeneity, Animism and ModernityConclusionNotesReferencesHeathens in the United States: The Return to “Tribes” in the Construction of a PeoplehoodHeathenry, Whiteness, and “Tribes”Tribalism and the Appeal to IndigeneityTribalism as a Solution to the Folkish Versus Universalist DebateTribalism as Resistance to Globalization: A Contra-case to CosmopolitanismConclusionNotesReferencesOnly Slavic Gods: Nativeness in Polish RodzimowierstwoConcentric Circles of NativenessNativeness and Polish CulturePolitical Nativeness and NationalismCatholicism, Rodzimowierstwo, and NationalismReturn to CultureConclusionNotesReferencesObsessed with Culture: The Cultural Impetus of Russian Neo-pagansEarly Slavic Heritage: Where and How to Search for It?The Search for Ancestors: Choices and Their ConsequencesDiscussionNotesReferencesMultiple Nationalisms and Patriotisms Among Russian RodnoversRussian NationalismRussian Rodnoverie and NationalismThe Survey in MaloyaroslavetsThe Understanding of Motherland (Rodina) in the SurveyDiscussionNotesReferencesBlood Brothers or Blood Enemies: Ukrainian Pagans’ Beliefs and Responses to the Ukraine-Russia CrisisUkraine-Russia CrisisUkrainian Pagans and Russia: A Brief OverviewSylenko’s Runvira and RussiaKurovskyi’s Ancestral Fire and RussiaPersonal Narratives and Pagan Consciousness ContinuumBeliefs and PoliticsBetween Nationalism and CosmopolitanismNotesReferencesCanaanite Reconstructionism Among Contemporary Israeli PagansYonatan Ratosh and Canaanism: The 1940s-1950sCanaanite Reconstructionism among Contemporary Israeli PagansConclusionsNotesPagan Identity Politics, Witchcraft, and the Law: Encounters with Postcolonial Nationalism in Democratic South AfricaEmbracing Postcolonial NationalismThe Rainbow Years: 1996-2007Decolonizing WitchcraftThe Fading of the Rainbow: 2007-2015Redebating WitchcraftConclusionNotesReferencesCosmopolitan Witchcraft: Reinventing the Wheel of the Year in Australian PaganismPagan Ritual in AustraliaThe First Australian Witches: The 1980sInverting Northern Hemisphere PracticeMore Complex AdaptationsThe Evolution of the Wheel of the Year in Witchcraft MagazineConclusionNoteReferencesCosmopolitanism, Neo-Shamans and Contemporary Maori Healers in New ZealandNeo-Shamans in New Zealand as Cosmopolitan BricoleursNeo-Shamans and Maori Healers MeetMaori Healers as Local “Shamans” in a Global ContextThe Changing Roles of TohungaNotesReferencesThe Spirits Are Cosmopolitan Too: Contemporary Shamanism in MaltaThe Cultural Appropriation DebateResearching Shamans in MaltaCosmopolitan SpiritsKimimilaFrancisCosmopolitan SistersConclusionNotesReferences

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