Amy Hale is an anthropologist and writer specializing in the occult, the esoteric and other liminal people, places, and things. She serve ass the Co-Chair of the Contemporary Pagan Studies Unit of the American Academy of Religion conference, which is the largest conference of scholars of religion in the world. She recently posted a critique of Sarah Anne Lawless’s essay “For Sale: Neopaganism ‘As Is'” which appears to be catching folks’ attention. So
Here’s Sarah Anne Lawless’s piece: http://sarahannelawless.com/2018/11/12/for-sale-neopaganism-as-is/.
Thought provoking reading for your Monday night!