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Lecturer - Department of politics and culture of the Mediterranean countries

Mgr Scott Simpson


Office hours: room 518.

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S. Simpson, Only Slavic Gods: Nativeness in Polish Rodzimowierstwo [in:] K.  Rountree (ed.) Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism and Modern Paganism, Palgrave-Macmillan, New York 2017, p. 65-86.

S. Simpson, K. Aitamurto, The Study of Paganism and Wicca: A Review Essay [in:] J. R. Lewis and I. B. Tøllefsen (eds.) Oxford Handbook of New Religious Movements, Second Edition, OUP, Oxford 2016, p. 482-494.

S. Simpson, Men Constructing Masculinity in Polish Rodzimowierstwo: Tradition and Nature, “Pantheon” 2015, 10/1, p. 3-20.

S. Simpson, K. Aitamurto (eds.), Modern Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Central and Eastern Europe, Routledge, Abingdon 2014, p. 352 (2nd edition).

S. Simpson, Strategies for Constructing Religious Practice in Polish Rodzimowierstwo, [in:] A. Anczyk, H. Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Walking the Old Ways: Studies in Contemporary European Paganism, Sacrum, Katowice 2012, p. 11-36.

S. Simpson, Joke Religions: Make-Believe in the Sandbox of the Gods, “Ex Nihilo” 2011, no 2(6), p. 91-118.

S. Simpson, History and Mythology of Polish Vodka: 1270-2007, “Food and History” 2010, vol. 8, no. 1, p. 121-148.

S. Simpson, Traveller’s Krakow, Thomas Cook Publishing, Cambridge 2011, p. 192 (4th edition).

S. Simpson, Slavic Neo-Paganism (encyclopaedia entry) [in:] B. Taylor (ed.) The Encyclopaedia of Religion and Nature, Continuum, London, New York 2005, p. 1557-1558.

S. Simpson, Native Faith: Polish Neo-Paganism at the Brink of the 21st Century. Zakład Wydawniczy Nomos, Kraków 2000, p. 166.