Dark Teens and Dangerous Nature- Neopagan Narratives of Cultural Marginalization
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Sarah M. Pike, Professor of Comparative Religion and Director of the Humanities Center at California State University, Chico, presents a lecture on the subject of projections of both evil and witchcraft on young adults.
Lecture held at the Green Library, Modesto Maidique Campus, Florida International University on September 30, 2014.
Pike, Sarah M., "Dark Teens and Dangerous Nature- Neopagan Narratives of Cultural Marginalization" (2014). University Videos. 126.
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