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2007 Conference on Contemporary Pagan Studies

Material Culture and the Cutting Edge

November 16th, 2007

San Diego, CA, USA

San Diego Conference Center
Rm. 31A

9AM to 5PM

CCPS is held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion. This year the AAR Annual Meeting will be held in San Diego, CA, USA from November 17 - 20.
This year will be the 5th annual CCPS. We are changing things up a little by dividing the day into two parts. The morning session will be set aside for mentoring session with some of the senior scholars in our field. The afternoon session will include 2 papers on modern Wicca and several presentations on current research in progress.
Registration for this year's conference is now on-site only. If you haven't registered yet, you can do so after 10AM on Friday. See you in San Diego!
Morning Sessions
9 - 11AM
The morning will be devoted to mentoring sessions with some of our most senior scholars assisting our junior scholars with their arguments and presentation. This session will be an open round table with the volunteering scholars being available for discussion about development of projects and theories.

11AM - 12PM
Research Reports 1
Research reports on projects in literature, psychology and anthropology. There will be time after the presentations for a discussion of the various projects and how they may relate to each other or to other projects underway.

12PM - 1PM - Lunch

Afternoon sessions
1 - 1:45 PM
  • David Edleson will be unable to attend CCPS due to a family emergency.
  • Evil or Enchanted: Student Responses to Witchcraft
    Chris Klassen - Wilfrid Laurier University

1:45 - 3 PM
Research Reports 2
Research reports on projects in literature, psychology and anthropology. There will be time after the presentations for a discussion of the various projects and how they may relate to each other or to other projects underway.

3 - 5 PM
Crafting a Professional Profile
Doug Cowan, Nikki Bado-Fralick and Paul Thomas will present a discussion on the realities of academic professional life and developing a professional profile.

If you have any questions you can email Cat at cat@paganstudies.org
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