Cherry Hill Seminary and the University of South Carolina Institute of Anthropology & Archaeology will hold an important conference
March 15-17, 2019 in Columbia, S.C.
Join us at the most beautiful time of the year in Columbia, on the historic campus of the University of South Carolina.
We will meet in Room 134 of the Darla Moore School of Business, 1014 Greene Street and Assembly Street, shown on this campus map. Columbia offers many hotels and restaurants which you may wish to explore. We recommend these hotels. A number of restaurants are within a block or two, including Middle Eastern, Mexican, subs and fast food. We will have a longer Saturday lunch break. Watch for news about a reception on Friday evening. Conference language is English.
|Proponents of racist interpretations of pre-Christian Norse-Germanic spiritualities have claimed to be preserving “heritage,” while others belonging to the contemporary Heathen movements have moved to distance themselves from “folkish” thinking. Long-simmering just beneath the surface of American Paganism, racialized Heathenry was on full display in 2017 in Charlottesville, Virgina. The recent Pagan Engagement Survey also revealed a surprising thread of racism among participants. Presentations will address topics like:
♦ Ethnic vs. universal Paganism
Event Schedule (subject to change)