5 March 2013 by Me
Talk by Dr. Diane Purkiss (University of Oxford). Part of a series from the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy at the University of Chichester. For more information see: sussexfolktalecentre.org.
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I am a wandering Witch, with an animist worldview (leaning heavily, in practice, toward non-theism), and currently live in Ireland. I approach witchcraft as praxis, not religion.
My academic interests are in sociology, psychology and folklore. My personal interests range from Seria A to megaliths, and I adore getting lost--especially in the rain.
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