Henrik Bogdan (University of Gothenburg, Department of Literature, History of Ideas, and Religion) recently uploaded a scholarly paper, “Kenneth Grant: A Bibliography. London: Starfire Publishing, 2015….” on Academia.edu.
Professor Bogdan and his family recently relocated to Austin, TX and will be teaching a class on Occultism and Modernity for the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Austin this semester. The posted course description states:
This course offers students an introduction to the academic study of Western esotericism, a relatively new field of research which covers a wide range of currents and practices such as magic, astrology and alchemy. The course will focus on modern forms of esotericism from 18th century Freemasonry to esoteric New Religious Movements such as the modern Witchcraft movement (Wicca), Satanism and the New Age Movement. More specifically, the course will consider how esoteric practitioners responded to major changes in Western religion and spirituality due to the processes of modernity and secularization. By the end of the course, students will have an understanding of the major theoretical approaches to the study of Western esotericism and be familiar with several forms of modern esotericism.
For more info on this course visit: https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/rs/courses/index.php.
He has presented his work at numerous academic conferences around the world including those presented by Academia Ordo Templi Orientis.