Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. Approaches to witchcraft; 3. Feminists and witches; 4. Feminists and the Goddess; 5. Researching witches: Becoming enchanted; 6. Feminist witchcraft in New Zealand: Origins and development; 7. The attraction of witchcraft; 8. The attraction of the Goddess: Witches' worldview; 9. What witches do; 10. Ritual as artefact; 11. How magic works; 12. Remembering the witch and the Goddess; References
Kathryn Rountree is a senior lecturer in Social Anthropology at Massey University. As well as publishing widely in academic journals on aspects of feminist witchcraft and Goddess spirituality, she has written texts on academic writing and a series of educational books on New Zealand prehistory.
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