Sunday, August 15, 2010

Works by Sabina Magliocco

"Aradia in Sardinia: the Archeology of a Folk Character," in D. Green and D. Evans, ed., Ten Years of Triumph of the Moon: Essays in Honor of Ronald Hutton, 40-60. Bristol, UK: Hidden Publishing, 2009.

"In Search of the Roots of Stregheria: Observations on the History of a Reclaimed Tradition," in Speaking Memory: Oral History, Oral Culture and Italians in America, ed. Luisa Del Giudice; 165-182. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

"Italian Cunning Craft: Some Preliminary Observations," Journal for the Academic Study of Magic 5 (2008), 103-133.

"Reclamation, Appropriation and the Ecstatic Imagination," in James R. Lewis, ed. Handbook of Contemporary Paganism, 223-240. Leiden: Brill, 2008.

"Italian American Stregheria and Wicca: Ethnic Ambivalence in American Neopaganism," in Modern Paganism in World Cultures: Comparative Perspectives, ed. by Michael Strmiska (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, 2006), 55-86.

"La reclamación del folclor y la costrucción de la brujería Ítalo-estadounidense," in Modernidades Locales: etnografía del presente múltiple, ed. Steffan Igor Ayora Dias and Gabriela Vargas Cetina; 179-219. Istituto de Cultura de Yucatán, Universidád Autonoma de Yucatán, 2005.

"Altars and Shrines" and "Ritualizing and Anthropology," in Encyclopedia of Nature Religions, ed. by Bron Taylor and Jeffrey Kaplan; 36-37 and 1388-1390. London and New York: Thoemmes Continuum, 2005.

"Imagining the Strega: Folklore Reclamation and the Construction of Italian American Witchcraft," in Performing Ecstasies: Music, Dance, and Ritual in the Mediterranean ed. Luisa Del Giudice and Nancy van Deusen (Ottawa, Canada: The Institute of Mediaeval Music, 2005), 277-301.

"Witchcraft, Healing and Vernacular Magic in 19th and 20th Century Italy," in Popular Magic in Modern Europe, ed. by Owen Davies (Manchester University Press, 2004), 151-173.

"Magic" (Vol. 2, 669-70) and "Sardinia" (Vol. 2, 1013-15) Medieval Italy: an Encyclopedia, ed. by Christopher Kleinhenz (Routledge, 2004).

"Wicca" (441-44) and "Neopaganism" (307-310), Encyclopedia of Religious Rites, Rituals and Festivals, ed. Frank Salamone (Routledge, 2004)

"The Opposite of Right Society: Witchcraft, Terrorism and the Discourse of Evil." Etnologia Europaea 32/2 (2003), 13-22.

"Aradia" and "Strega," Encyclopedia of Modern Witchcraft and Neopaganism, ed. by S. T. Rabinowitch. Citadel Press, 2002; 12-13 and 262-63.

"Who Was Aradia? The History and Development of a Legend," The Pomegranate 18 (2002), 5-22.

"Imagining the Strega: Folklore Reclamation and the Construction of Italian-American Witchcraft" Italian American Review 8/2 (2001), 57-81.

"Coordinates of Power and Performance: Festivals as Sites of (Re)Presentation and Reclamation in Sardinia," Ethnologies 23/1 (2001) 167-188.

"Spells, Saints and Streghe: Witchcraft, Folk Magic and Healing in Italy," The Pomegranate 13 (2000), 2-22.

"Witchcraft" (Vol. 20:208-9), The New Book of Knowledge (Grolier, 2000).

"The Real Old-Time Religion: Towards an Aesthetic of Neo-Pagan Song," in Ethnologies 20/1 (1998), 175-201 (with Holly Tannen).

"Introduction," Ethnologies Special Issue: Wicca 20/1 (1998), 7-17.

"Ritual is My Chosen Art Form: The Creation of Ritual as Folk Art Among Contemporary Pagans," Magical Religions and Modern Witchcraft, ed. by James Lewis (SUNY Press; 1996), 93-119.

"Playing With Food: the Negotiation of Identity in the Ethnic Display Event by Italian-Americans in Clinton, Indiana," Studies in Italian American Folklore, ed. by Luisa Del Giudice (Utah State University Press, 1993), 107-126 [Reprinted in Barbara G. Shortridge and James R. Shortridge, ed., A Taste of American Place (New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 1998), 145-162].

"Eels, Bananas and Cucumbers: A Sexual Legend and Changing Women's Values in Rural Sardinia," Fabula 34 (1993), 66-77.

"Folklore and Language Teaching: Preliminary Remarks and Practical Suggestions," Italica 69/4 (1992), 451-465.

"Single Women in Sardinian Pastoral Society: Contemporary Roles and Historical Models," Proceedings of the First International Conference on Mediterranean Pastoralism (Nuoro: Istituto Regionale Etnografico Superiore, 1992).

"1846 and All That: a New History of Folkloristics," Folklore Forum 21/1 (1988), 128-137 (Reprinted in Metafolkloristica, ed. F. Kinder, 1989).

"The Bloomington Jaycees' Haunted House," Indiana Journal of Folklore and Oral History 14/1 (1984), 19-28.

"Italian Immigrant Narratives," Folklore Forum 17/1 (1984), 61-67.

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