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Sacred sites--contested rites/rights

Jenny Blain

Sacred sites--contested rites/rights

pagan engagements with archaeological monuments

by Jenny Blain

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Published by Sussex Academic Press in Brighton, Portland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sacred space -- England,
  • Paganism -- England,
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- Religious aspects -- Paganism,
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- England,
  • England -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJenny Blain and Robert Wallis.
    ContributionsWallis, Robert J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL980.G7 B53 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17848945M
    ISBN 109781845191306
    LC Control Number2007004312

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Sacred Sites – Contested Rites/Rights. Pagan Engagements with Archaeological Monuments. Jenny Blain and Robert Wallis Jenny Blain previously taught Social Research at Sheffeld Hallam University, where she led the in Social Sciences, her main research interests being in spiritualities, understandings of landscape and self, gender, and.

Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/ Rights: Contemporary Pagan Engagements with the Past. Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/ Rights: Contemporary Pagan Engagements with the Past Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Material Culture 9(3) November with Reads.

Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights: Contemporary Pagan Engagements with the Past Dr Jenny Blain Dr Robert J Wallis Keywords: Sacred Sites, Paganism, Heritage, New Indigenes, Contested spaces Published Journal of Material Culture as Blain, J. and R.J.

Wallis Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights: Contemporary Pagan Engagements with the Past. Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights This site – or part of it anyway. – may be a temporary one.

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There are many ways in which a place can be considered Sacred. For some, all Earth is sacred. For others, places can be 'consecrated' and even 'deconsecrated'. I spent a good bit of time and effort researching Pagan approaches to Sacredness, and to Place and Landscape.

Some of this work is in the book Sacred. Sacred sites--contested rites/rights book. Our Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights project examines contemporary Pagan engagements with pasts in Britain, focusing on archaeological monuments and associated material culture held in museum collections.

These engagements take diverse forms, from protesting against road-building and quarrying affecting monuments, and performing public and private rituals at “sacred. Our Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights project () examines physical, spiritual and interpretative engagements of today’s Pagans with sacred sites, theorises ‘sacredness’, and explores the implications of pagan engagements with sites for heritage management and archaeology more generally, in terms of ‘preservation ethic’ vis a vis active engagement.

Our Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights project () examines physical, spiritual and interpretative engagements of today’s pagans with sacred sites, theorizes ‘sacredness’, and explores the impli-cations of pagan engagements with sites for heritage management and.

Abstract. Our Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights project () examines physical, spiritual and interpretative engagements of today’s pagans with sacred sites, theorizes ‘sacredness’, and explores the impli-cations of pagan engagements with sites for heritage management and archaeology more generally, in terms of ‘preservation ethic ’ vis-a-vis active engagement.

Our Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights project () examines physical, spiritual and interpretative engagements of today’s pagans with sacred sites, theorizes ‘sacredness’, and explores the implications of pagan engagements with sites for heritage management and archaeology more generally, in terms of ‘preservation Sacred sites--contested rites/rights book vis-a-vis active engagement.

Archaeology and art Blain, Jenny & Robert Wallis. Sacred sites: contested rites/rights: pagan engagements with archaeological monuments. xx, pp., illus., bibliogr. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, £ (paper) Strands of contemporary paganism in the UK have a long ancestry – tracing their routes back to the eighteenth‐century legacy of the antiquary William.

Our Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights project () examines physical, spiritual and interpretative engagements of today's Pagans with sacred sites, theorises 'sacredness.

Table of contents for Sacred sites--contested rites/rights: pagan engagements with archaeological monuments / Jenny Blain and Robert Wallis.

Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. enchantment Tradition Authenticity Reenchantment The 'sacred' in the sites: The Preservation Ethos: The.

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The Sacred Pipe: Black Elk’s Account of the Seven Rites of the Oglala Sioux (Volume 36) (The Civilization of the American Indian Series)Reviews: The Sacred Sites, Contested Rights/Rites project () has spent the past six years attending to theoretical and pragmatic on-site issues of how British archaeological sites have been renamed ‘sacred sites’ by contemporary Pagans who engage with them ‘spiritually’ and by heritage management itself which has had to.

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This article explores anomalous experiences reported by people identifying as Pagan, whilst visiting places of ancient religious significance in the UK and the US. It is the result of research conducted through an online survey and through informal interviews.

The research seeks to establish the extent to which these experiences conform to William James’ (, pp. –) Â. Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights. Paganism is held to be the fastest growing 'religion' in Britain. This book examines interfaces between paganisms and archaeology, considering the emergence of 'sacred.

The LÎ KÎ (THE BOOK OF RITES) Part I Translated by James Legge [] Sacred Books of the East vol. 27 The Sacred Books of China vol. 4 The Li Ki is one of the 'Five Chinese Classics'. This title is usually translated the Book of Rites. The work is a compilation of assorted texts which describe Chinese religious practices from the eighth to.

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Dr Jenny Blain, originally from Scotland, has lived and worked as a lecturer in Canada and the UK. In addition to her book Nine Worlds of Seid-Magic (Routledge ) she has been editor with Graham Harvey and Doug Ezzy of Researching Paganisms (Altamira ), author with R J Wallis of Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights (Sussex Academic Press, ) and numerous academic articles and.

Given their dispersal across Western Europe, long barrows have been given different names in the various different languages of this region. The term barrow is a southern English dialect word for an earthen tumulus, and was adopted as a scholarly term for such monuments by the 17th-century English antiquarian John Aubrey.

Synonyms found in other parts of Britain included low in Cheshire. Sacred sites, contested rites/rights: contemporary pagan engagements with archaeological monuments.

Brighton: Sussex Academic Press. Search book. Search within book. Type for suggestions. Table of contents Previous. Page Navigate to page number. of Next. About this reference work. Robert J. Wallis PhD lectures in art history, archaeology and religious studies, is the author of three books including Shamans/neo-Shamans: Ecstasy, Alternative Archaeologies and Contemporary Pagans (Routledge ), and Co-directs the Sacred Sites, Contested Rights/Rites Project ().

the Sacred Sites, Contested Rights/Ritesproject in the United Kingdom. Blain has conducted extensive research on Heathenry, and her publica-tions include Nine Worlds of Seid-Magic: Ecstasy and Neo-Shamanism in North European Paganism () and, as co-editor, Researching Paganisms (). Valuable as a detailed exposition of the seven sacred rites of the Oglala Sioux by the last of the tribe's holy men, Black Elk, this book has significant ethnographical and historical interest - especially for its detailed descriptions of the Sun Dance Ceremony, of the /5(32).

In order to assure greater accuracy in 21st century journalism, 49 scholars and authors petition the AP and Chicago Stylebooks to capitalize “Pagan” and “Paganism” when speaking of the. His books include Shamans/Neo-Shamans, Historical Dictionary of Shamanism (with Graham Harvey), A Permeability of Boundaries?: New Approaches to the Archaeology of Art, Religion, and Folklore (with Kenneth Lymer), Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights (with Jenny Blain) and Galdrbok: Practical Heathen Runecraft, Shamanism and Magic (with Nathan.

Jenny Blain - Books and Other Publications, Dundee, Scotland. likes. This page gives information about the books I've written and some other articles, book chapters, and so forth. I am an. A very subtle and smooth massage does no harm in any way, thus it is possible to practice a slight massage whenever we work with the six rites taught in this book, without the slightest damage.

Thus, this is how the sexual energy is constantly, incessantly sublimated, and used for our regeneration. The Book of Rites, also known as the Liji, is a collection of texts describing the social forms, administration, and ceremonial rites of the Zhou dynasty as they were understood in the Warring States and the early Han periods.

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Sacred Sites—Contested Rites/Rights’ chief value may lie in its descrip-tion of the new terrain of heritage monuments, an area where narratives of the past are contested more than they ever were. Ours is an age, for example, where the remains of pre-Christian people provoke claims Reviews NR_07 3/18/10 PM Page Product Information.

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Thomas DeMayo. The Demonology of William of Auvergne: By Fire and Sword; Thomas DeMayo. Spirits and Dreams of the Viking Age (supplement for the Call of Cthulhu RPG) Su Eaves.Robert J. Wallis PhD lectures in art history, archaeology and religious studies, is the author of three books including Shamans/neo-Shamans: Ecstasy, Alternative Archaeologies and Contemporary Pagans (Routledge ), and Co-directs the Sacred Sites, Contested Rights/Rites Project ().Avebury is the site of a large henge and several stone circles in the English county of Wiltshire surrounding the village of Avebury.

It is one of the finest and largest Neolithic monuments in Europe dating to around five thousand years ago. It is older than the megalithic stages of Stonehenge, which is located about 32 km (20 miles) to the south, although the two monuments are broadly.