Ritual borrowing, the adoption of elements from one religious tradition into another, is both a common and controversial practice within the contemporary religious landscape. This article investigates the incorporation of Neo-Pagan ritual by feminist-identified Christian communities and considers the role that cultural hybridity and appropriation play in mainstream religiosity.
|Journal||Canadian Women’s Studies/cahier de la femme. Special Issue: “Feminism, Activism and Spirituality.”|
|State||Published - Dec 2011|