|Appears in Collections:||Literature and Languages Book Chapters and Sections|
|Title:||What does Popular Fiction have to do with the Occult?|
|Sponsor:||Arts and Humanities Research Council|
|Citation:||Ferguson C (2019) What does Popular Fiction have to do with the Occult?. In: Hanegraaf W, Forshaw P & Pasi M (eds.) Hermes Explains: Thirty Questions about Esotericism. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.|
|Abstract:||Few fields of academic research are surrounded by so many misunderstandings and misconceptions as the study of Western esotericism. For twenty years now, the Centre for History of Hermetic Philosophy and Related Currents (University of Amsterdam) has been at the forefront of international scholarship in this domain. This anniversary volume seeks to make the modern study of Western esotericism more widely known beyond specialist circles, while addressing a range of misconceptions, biases, and prejudices that still tend to surround it. Thirty-one major scholars in the field respond to questions about a wide range of unfamiliar ideas, traditions, practices, problems, and personalities that are central to the field. By challenging many taken-for-granted assumptions about religion, science, philosophy, and the arts, this volume demonstrates why the modern study of esotericism leads us to reconsider much that we thought we knew about the story of Western culture.|
|Rights:||Publisher policy allows this work to be made available in this repository. Published in Hanegraaf W, Forshaw P & Pasi M (eds.) Hermes Explains: Thirty Questions about Esotericism. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2019, ISBN: 9789463720205. The original publication is available at: https://www.aup.nl/en/|
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