Ian UK
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Ian UK commented on William Rathouse's group Researching Contemporary Paganism
"William Rathouse wrote ".... I'm very curious as to what parallels you find between fundamental Christianity and contemporary Paganism..." I apologise William, I don't seem to get notifications from this topic and I assumed…"
Aug 29, 2011
Ian UK replied to Eugene L. Mendonsa's discussion ANTHROPOLOGY AND BUSINESS
"I must admit, though well off my normal interests, I found attending a similar training event was a real eye opener. I'd be interested to read the book if you choose to upload it, to see how it looks from the other side, being in the UK."
Jun 5, 2011
Ian UK replied to Liz Challinor's discussion Is the game really in the name? in the group To Be or not to Be: Theorising Identity
"I am completely put of my depth here, being unqualified in anthropology but, to pick up a point of Elizabeth FWIW. In terms of hidden and shown personae, Jung made a comment on the rise of Nazism as resonating with the collective unconscious of the…"
Feb 13, 2011
Ian UK commented on Robert Jan Fencl's blog post Currently Researching: Mindfulness and Trauma in Western Mental Health Care
"I am from the Uk, and am aware that mindfulness has become the latest idea in mental health here being a retired (through disability) social worker in that field. I personally use mindfulness for my own pain management a la Kabat Zin. I…"
Feb 13, 2011
Ian UK commented on William Rathouse's group Researching Contemporary Paganism
"This is a rather quiet group! I am interested in neo-paganism in the UK from a personal perspective As I wandered away from the mainstream of christianity many years ago and found I had much in common with a group of Quaker Pagans. My interest is…"
Feb 13, 2011
Ian UK joined William Rathouse's group
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Researching Contemporary Paganism

For all those researching contemporary Pagans in Europe and America
Feb 13, 2011
Ian UK commented on Kaela Woolsey's group Anthropology of Religion
"Thank you Piers, the references and advice are most welcome. My qualifications are in Applied Sociology and Psychology and I am not always sure whether I am framing my questions correctly in an anthropological milieu! But my interest in anthropology…"
Sep 11, 2010
Ian UK commented on Kaela Woolsey's group Anthropology of Religion
"Ah, John, entetrtainment I do not seek, edification maybe. I am sure anything I might write would be too thin for chewing, drinking more like. But while I am here, I wonder, has there been any research on the rise of paganism in the US? I have read…"
Sep 11, 2010
Ian UK commented on Kaela Woolsey's group Anthropology of Religion
"I had that hope Yame, but it has gone rather quiet and, as as an unqualified person in this area, I am unsure what it means. Any anthropological hypotheses?"
Sep 10, 2010
Ian UK might attend Justin Shaffner's event

OAC Research Seminar, John McCreery at OAC Discussion Forum

April 27, 2010 at 10am to May 11, 2010 at 10pm
John McCreery will present a working paper entitled, "Why do the gods look like that?"
May 9, 2010
Ian UK joined Liz Challinor's group
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To Be or not to Be: Theorising Identity

Where and how do we look in our endeavours to research and theorise identity?
May 9, 2010
Ian UK joined Kaela Woolsey's group
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Anthropology of Religion

A group for discussion of all aspects of the anthropology of religion. Discussion can concern cross-cultural analysis, or specific religions. Any other topic tangentially related to religion is also welcome, including folklore studies, etc.
May 9, 2010
Ian UK is now a member of Open Anthropology Cooperative
May 9, 2010

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