Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Nominees should be currently enrolled in a seminary, rabbinical school, graduate program, or another institution for theological or philosophical formation -- or up to three years out of their graduate program in a professional setting. Scholars should be able to commit to post monthly on the forum while showing respect for others from different traditions.
Does this describe you or an emerging leader you know? Please take a moment to fill out our brief nomination form. Nominations will be accepted on a rolling basis. Please contact Benjamin Barer, Managing Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Esther Boyd, Communications Director, email@example.com, with any questions or concerns.
View complete nomination and application information here.
Sunday, October 5, 2014
New Deadline for Pagan Conference Paper Proposals (Conference on Current Pagan Studies), Claremont, Ca: Oct. 15
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Jason Pitzl-Waters interviews Ivo Dominguez Jr. on The New Alexandrian Library Project on The Wild Hunt!
--Jason Pitzl-Waters - See more at: http://wildhunt.org/2014/08/interview-with-ivo-dominguez-jr-on-the-new-alexandrian-library-project.html#sthash.ftoxHU1w.dpuf http://wildhunt.org/2014/08/interview-with-ivo-dominguez-jr-on-the-new-alexandrian-library-project.html
Monday, August 4, 2014
Friday, May 16, 2014
Thursday, March 27, 2014
I mansion Press Call for Papers for Pagan Leadership: An anthology on Group Dynamics, Healthy Boundaries, and Community Activism
Call for Papers for Pagan Leadership: An anthology on Group Dynamics, Healthy Boundaries, and Community Activism
E-mail for inquiries and submissions:
Shauna Aura Knight ; please put “Immanion Press Leadership Anthology Submission” in your subject line.
Megalithica Books, an imprint of Immanion Press (Stafford, U.K./Portland, OR, U.S.A) is seeking submissions for Pagan Leadership: An anthology on Group Dynamics, Healthy Boundaries, and Community Activism
Deadline for submissions: September 1 2014.
The words “Pagan Leadership” are often met with scorn and tales of failed groups and so-called Witch Wars. And yet, as our communities grow and mature, we find ourselves in dire need of healthy, ethical leaders. Anyone who has been in a group that said, “Let’s just not have any leaders or power issues,” has seen what doesn’t work. But what does?
This anthology will explore leadership for real Pagans and real groups. We’re looking for essays and articles that detail leadership success stories, best practices, and ways you have worked through challenges and obstacles. Our specific focus is on techniques to help Pagans build healthier, stronger, and more sustainable groups and communities. We’d like to see a combination of hands-on how-to, personally-inspired, and academic pieces that will offer readers tools they can use in their own groups.
What resources do you have now that you wish you’d had when you stepped into leadership? What problems have you faced and overcome? How have you faced the unique difficulties of grassroots Pagan leadership? What are tools and techniques that have worked? Essays and articles should be 1500-4,000 words.
We’re also looking for brief (500-1000 words) personal stories of what we might call leadership disasters—community blow-ups that you’ve personally witnessed or even mistakes you’ve made as a leader. With few exceptions, these would be published anonymously (not naming names/locations) in order to illustrate, through the personal voice of storytelling, the need for leadership education through the power of storytelling. These stories do not need to be formally written; they should simply tell a story about problems you experienced that caused a group to blow up. Note: We prefer shorter pieces for this, but up to 2,000 words might work.- See full call: http://www.magicalexperiments.com/call-for-papers-for-pagan-leadership-an-anthology-on-group-dynamics-healthy-boundaries-and-community-activism/