Creation and innovation in Australian Paganism

Hume, Lynne (2007) Creation and innovation in Australian Paganism. Australian Religion Studies Review, 20 1: 45-58.

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Author Hume, Lynne
Title Creation and innovation in Australian Paganism
Journal name Australian Religion Studies Review   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1031-2943
1744-9014
Publication date 2007-04
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 20
Issue 1
Start page 45
End page 58
Total pages 14
Place of publication Sheffield, U.K.
Publisher Equinox Publishing
Language eng
Formatted abstract
This article gives a brief account of the background to contemporary Paganism, its emergence in Australia, discusses some of its key players and publications, and then discusses the increasing focus on Paganism as a nature religion. It demonstrates how practitioners have had to employ innovation and a re-working of the myth cycle because of the particular environments within which they find themselves. The southern hemisphere raises some unique problems which have to be reconciled, and Aboriginal Australian spirituality, with its deep connections with the land, has had an effect on this innovation as well.
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