David Green schrieb:
>I looked at Amy Simes' dissertation, amongst others, on microfilm some years ago so UK dissertations should be available through inter-library loans much in the same way as other books if you are in the UK yourself.
>From: Society for The Academic Study of Magic [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Maria Balfer
>Sent: 14 May 2007 11:55
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>Subject: [ACADEMIC-STUDY-MAGIC] PhD theses on paganism
>I am currently writing my MSc dissertation in anthropology about pagan life histories and have a little trouble getting hold of all the relevant studies that have already been carried out in the field. Especiall three PhD theses I can't seem to find anywhere (not even the British Library...): T.E. Hope (2004)Doing late modern community: British Pagans and the processes of group membership. York. C.E.C. Nicholson (2003)An investigation into women in neo-paganism and fundamentalist/evangelical Christianity, with reference to Grace Jantzen's Becoming Divine and Pamela Anderson's A Feminist Philosophy of Religion. Exeter. A.C. Simes (1995)Contemporary paganism in the East Midlands. Nottingham. I am hoping that someone on this list will either have the dissertations as datafiles or is one of the authors/knows the authors and can help me get in touch with them. Thanks a lot! Maria Balfer
thank you for your answer. Unfortunately the British Library charges ten pounds per dissertation which I simply cannot afford....
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