New Book on Innovation in Esotericism

Palgrave Macmillan  has announced the upcoming publication of a new title in its Palgrave Studies in New Religions and Alternative Spiritualities series. This will be Innovation in Esotericism from the Renaissance to the Present, edited by Georgina D. Hedesan and Tim Rudbøg. The publisher’s description says:

“This collection explores the role of innovation in understanding the history of esotericism. It illustrates how innovation is a mechanism of negotiation whereby an idea is either produced against, or adapted from, an older set of concepts in order to respond to a present context. Featuring contributions from distinguished scholars of esotericism, it covers many different fields and themes including magic, alchemy, Rosicrucianism, Theosophy, Tarot, apocalypticism and eschatology, Mesmerism, occultism, prophecy, and mysticism.”

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