I was honored this week by an interview with Ethan Doyle White for his blog, Albion Calling. The article is part of a series of interviews with scholars of Pagan studies and esotericism; previous interviewees include Dave Evans, Chas Clifton, Caroline Tully, and Nevill Drury. (I am in excellent company!)
Here’s the link: An Interview with Dr. Christine Hoff Kraemer
EDW is an up-and-coming scholar himself, and I’m champing at the bit to read his recent article in The Pomegranate, “Robert Cochrane and the Gardnerian Craft: Feuds, Secrets and Mysteries in Contemporary British Witchcraft.”
I also just turned in my final draft of Eros and Touch from a Pagan Perspective: Divided for Love’s Sake to Routledge; it should be out in early 2014. During the publication process, I’ve had a lot of thoughts about the future of academic publishing and Pagan studies publishing in particular, but I’ll save them for my next post!
2 thoughts on “Interview with Christine Hoff Kraemer on Albion Calling”
Ooh, congratulations on the final draft of Eros and Touch.
That Pomegranate article from Ethan sounds really interesting.
Excellent! Congratulations on both! I look forward to reading both!
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