Chas S. Clifton

American writer

1951   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: Reed College
occupation: writer

Chas S. Clifton (born 1951) is an American academic, author and historian who specialises in the fields of English studies and Pagan studies. Clifton currently holds a teaching position in English at Colorado State University-Pueblo, prior to which he taught at Pueblo Community College. A practicing Pagan since the early 1970s, Clifton has written widely on the subject, in both a practical and an academic capacity, with a particular emphasis on the Pagan religion of Wicca. He has become a prominent figure in the field of Pagan studies, editing both the peer-reviewed academic journal The Pomegranate, and the Pagan Studies Series of academic books published by AltaMira Press. He also serves as co-chair of the American Academy of Religion's Pagan Studies Group.
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Her Hidden Children

academic book on the history of Contemporary Paganism in the United States

author: Chas S. Clifton


The Paganism reader

author: Chas S. Clifton, Graham Harvey

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