Friday, January 4, 2013

Cherry Hill Seminary Calls for Papers

  Cherry Hill Seminary, for those who don't know, is an online pagan seminary. It is currently working to raise funds to achieve accreditation, and recently had a proud first when they awarded their first Master of Divinity in Pagan Counseling to Sandra Harris in 2012. This is great progress for the pagan community, and even greater news is that Harris' credentials were accepted by the Board of Chaplaincy Certification, Inc. as valid. But seriously, if you've never heard of them, head over to their website and check them out.

  They are calling for proposals for papers for the Sacred Lands and Spiritual Landscapes Symposium to be held the weekend of April 12-13, 2013. They have teamed up with the University of South Carolina to hold the conference, which will feature guest speaker Ronald Hutton.  The symposium will explore the meaning of "sacred lands" for pagans and what can be done to protect these lands. Papers should explore topics that you can find listed on this page of their website. Anyone can submit, and the deadline for proposals has been extended to February 1, as announced on The Wild Hunt today. Those whose papers are accepted would present at the symposium in April at the University of South Carolina.

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