Shamans/Neo-Shamans: Contested Ecstasies, Alternative Archaeologies, and Contemporary Pagans

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A note on translations

A number of translations from Old Norse are cited in Chapters 2, 3 and 4. The list below indicates the reference for each translation. In addition, many of the Norse Myths are made very accessible in Crossley-Holland (1980).

Egils saga see Scudder (2001).

Flateyjarbók see Guðbrandur Vigfússon and Unger (1860-1868)

Gísla saga see Johnston and Foote (1963)

Grímnismál see Dronke (1998) and Larrington (1996)

Gylfaginning see Faulkes (1998)

Hávamál see Dronke (1998) and Larrington (1996)

Laxdœla saga see Kunz (2001)

Saga of Eiríkr the Red see Magnusson and Pálsson (1965)

Skáldskaparmál see Faulkes (1998)

Þrymskviða see Dronke (1998) and Larrington (1996)

VafÞruðnismál see Dronke (1998) and Larrington (1996)

Vatnsdœla saga see Wawn (2001)

Voluspá see Dronke (1998) and Larrington (1996)

Ynglinga saga see Hollander (1999)

Adler, M. 1986. Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers and Other Pagans in America Today. Boston: Beacon Press.
Ahmed, A.S. and C.N. Shore 1995. Introduction: Is Anthropology Relevant to the Contemporary World? In: A.S. Ahmed and C.N. Shore (eds) The Future of Anthropology: Its Relevance to the Contemporary World: 12-45. London: Athlone.
Albanese, C.L. 1990. Nature Religion in America: From the Algonkian Indians to the New Age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Aldhouse Green, M. 2001a. Gender Bending Images: Permeating Boundaries in Ancient European Iconography. In: R.J. Wallis and K.J. Lymer (eds) A Permeability of Boundaries: New Approaches to the Archaeology of Art, Religion and Folklore: 19-29. BAR International Series 936. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.
——2001b. Cosmovision and Metaphor: Monsters and Shamans in Gallo-British Cult-expression. European Journal of Archaeology 4(2): 203-232.
Allen, B. 2000. Last of the Medicine Men. London: BBC Worldwide Limited.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xvii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - ‘White Shamans’ 24
  • 2 - Plastic Medicine Men? 49
  • 3 - Taliesin’s Trip, Wyrd Woden 79
  • 4 - ‘Celtic’ and ‘Northern’ Shamanisms? 107
  • 5 - ‘sacred’ Sites? 142
  • 6 - Waking Neolithic Ancestors 168
  • 7 - Invading Anthros, Thieving Archos, Wannabe Indians 195
  • 8 - Conclusion 227
  • Appendix 235
  • Notes 239
  • Bibliography 253
  • Index 295
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