Trickster's Daughter (lokis_dottir) wrote,
Trickster's Daughter

the putziness of sources...

Here's my current working bibliography. I've still got oh 20-30 references yet to due the MLA style references for to add to this list. Anything with asterisks means I'm missing some of the reference entry data and I need to look that up, or I'm still puzzling my way through how to make the entry for it exactly.

*Adalsteinsson, Jón. A Piece of Horse Liver: Myth, Ritual and Folklore in Old Icelandic
Sources. Trans. Terry Gunnell and Joan Turville-Petre. Reykjavik,1998.

*Adalsteinsson, Jón. Under the Cloak: A Pagan Ritual Turning Point in the Conversion
of Iceland. Trans. Terry Gunnell. Ed. Jakob S. Jónsson. Reykjavik,1999.

*Asatru/Odinism: A Briefing for Law Enforcement Officials. Asatru Folk Assembly,

Basilov, Vladimir. “Chosen by the Spirits.” Shamanic Worlds: Rituals and Lore of
Siberia and Central Asia. Ed. M. M. Balzer. New York: Castle Books, 1997. 3-48.

Bauman, Z. Postmodernity and Its Discontents. New York: New York University Press,

Bauschatz, Paul. The Well and the Tree. Boston: University of Massachusetts Press,

*Benedikz, B.S. “The Master Magician in Icelandic Folk-Legend.” Durham University
Journal 22-34.

Blain, Jenny. Nine Worlds of Seid-Magic: Ecstasy and Neo-shamanism in North
European Paganism. New York: Routledge, 2002.

---. “Seidr as Shamanistic Practice: Reconstituting a Tradition of Ambiguity.” Shaman
7.2 (1999): 99-121.

---. “Speaking Shamanistically: Seidr, Academia and Rationality.”Diskus 6 (2000):
12pp. Online. Internet. 2 April 2003.

---, and Robert Wallis. “The ‘Ergi’ Seidman: Contestations of Gender, Shamanism and
Sexuality in Northern religion Past and Present. “ Journal of Contemporary
Religion 15.3 (2000): 395-411.

Borovsky, Zoe. “Never in Public: Women and Performance in Old Norse Literature.”
Journal of American Folklore 112 (1999): 6-39.

Bucholz, Peter. “Shamanism—the Testimony of Old Icelandic Literary Tradition.”
Medieval Scandinavia 4 (1971): 7-20.

Campbell, Joseph. The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Princeton: Princeton University
Press, 1973.

---. Occidental Mythology: The Masks of God. New York: Penguin, 1976.

Christiansen, Reidar. Ed. Folktales of Norway. Trans. Pat Shaw Iversen. London:
Routledge, 1964.

Cockayne, Thomas O., Ed. Leechdoms, Wortcunning and Starcraft of Early England.
3 vols. London: Holland Press, 1961.

Coghlan, Thomas. “The Spread of Ásatrú in Vinland.” Cultic Studies Review 1.2 (2002):
12pp. Online. Internet. 2 April 2003.

Collinder, Bjorn. The Lapps. New York: Princeton University Press, 1949.

Cooper, D. Jason. “The Neo-Evolution of the Ásatrú.” Marklander 60 (2002): 9-10.

Damico, Helen. Beowulf’s Wealhtheow and the Valkyrie Tradition. Madison: University
of Wisconsin Press, 1984.

Detienne, Marcel. The Masters of Truth in Archaic Greece. Trans. Janet Lloyd. New
York: Zone Books, 1999.

Dowson, Thomas, and Martin Porr. “Special Objects – Special Creatures: Shamanistic
Imagery and the Aurignacian Art of South-West Germany.” The Archaeology of
Shamanism. Ed. Neil Price. New York: Routledge, 2001.165-177.

Dubois, Thomas. Nordic Religions in the Viking Age. Philadelphia: University of
Pennsylvania Press, 1999.

Durkheim, Emile. The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. Trans. Karen Fields. New
York: Free Press, 1995.

Eliade, Mircea. Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ectasy. Trans. William Trask. N.p.:
Princeton University Press, 1964.

---, Joan Couliano, and Hillary Weisner. The Eliade Guide to World Religions.
New York: HarperCollins, 1991.

---. Myth and Reality. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

---. The Sacred & the Profane: The Nature of Religion. Trans. Willard Trask. New York:
Harcourt, 1959.

Ellis-Davidson, Hilda R. “Hostile Magic in the Icelandic Sagas.” The Witch figure:
Folklore Essays by a Group of Scholars in England Honouring the 75th Birthday of Katharine M. Briggs. Boston: Shambala, 1988.

---. Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe: Early Scandinavian and Celtic Religions.
Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1988.

Enright, Michael. The Lady with a Mead Cup: Ritual, Prophecy, and Lordship in the
European Warband from La Tene to the Viking Age. Dublin: Four Courts Press,

Foucault, Michel. The Order of Things: an Archaeology of the Human Sciences. New
York: random House, 1994.

Frantzen, Allen. Ed. Before the Closet: Same-Sex Love from Beowulf to Angels in
America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.

Glosecki, Stephen. Shamanism and Old English Poetry. New York: Garland Publishing,

Hastrap, Kirsten. A Place Apart: An Anthropological Study of the Icelandic World.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998.

Hollander, Lee. Trans. The Poetic Edda. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003.

Howe, Nicholas. Migration and Mythmaking in Anglo-Saxon England. New Haven: Yale
University Press, 1989.

---. Ed. Visions of Community in the Pre-Modern World. Notre Dame:
University of Notre Dame Press, 2002.

Hyde, Lewis. Trickster Makes this World. New York: North Point Press, 1998.

Jesch, Judith. Women in the Viking Age. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1991.

Jochens, Jenny. Old Norse Images of Women. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania
Press, 1996.

---. “Old Norse Magic and Gender.” Scandinavian Studies 63.3 (1991): 305-317.

---. “Voluspá: Matrix of Norse Womanhood.” Journal of English and
Germanic Philology. 88.3 (1989): 344-362.

Jones, Prudence, and Nigel Pennick. A History of Pagan Europe. New York: Routledge,

Karsten, Rafael. The Religion of the Samel: Ancient Beliefs and Cults of the
Scandinavian and Finnish Lapps. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1955.

Krasskova, Galina. “On the Interpretation of Lore: A Gythia’s Opinion.” Marklander 60
(2002): 6-7.

Kvideland, Reimund and Henning Sehmsdorf. Eds. Nordic Folklore. Bloomington:
Indiana University Press, 1989.

Laderman, Carol and Marina Roseman, ed. The Performance of Healing. New York:
Routledge, 1996.

Leto, Stephen. “Magical Potions: Entheogenic Themes in Scandinavian Mythology.”
Shaman’s Drum 54 (2000): 55-65.

Lewis, I. M. Ecstatic Religion: A study of Shamanism and Spirit Possession. New York:
Penguin, 1971.

Lindow, John. Norse Mythology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.

Lord, Garman. “The Ásatrú Movement.” Marklander 61 (2002): 8-10.

---. A Short History of Anglo-Saxon Theodism. New York: Theod, 1994.

---. “Tomorrow’s Reawakening.” Marklander 58 (2002): 10-11.

Malinowski, Bronislaw. Magic, Science, and Religion. Prospect Heights: Waveland
Press, 1992.

Miller, William. Bloodtaking and Peacemaking: Feud, Law, and Society in Saga Iceland.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990.

Normansson, HrappR. “Iceland and the Failure of Heathenry.” Marklander 62 (2002):

---. “What is Norse Reconstructionism?” Marklander 63 (2002): 2-3.

Paxson, Diana. “Return of the Volva.” Mountain Thunder Summer (1993).

Pollington, Stephen. Leechcraft: Early English Charms, Plantlore and Healing.
Trowbridge: Anglo-Saxon Books, 2000.

Price, Neil. “An Archaeology of Altered States: Shamanism and Material Culture
Studies.” The Archaeology of Shamanism. Ed. Neil Price. New York: Routledge,
2001. 3-16.

Simpson, Jacqueline. Everyday Life in the Viking Age. New York: Dorset Press, 1967.

Smith, Mike. “The Evolution of Ásatrú: Re-thinking Our Beliefs.” Marklander 59 (2002):

*Solli, Brit. “Odin the Queer? On Ergi and Shamanism in Norse Mythology.” P341-349

Sorensen, Preben. The Umanly Man: Concepts of Sexual defamation in Early Northern
Society. Trans. Joan Turville-Petre. Odense: Odense University Press, 1983.

Strmiska, Michael. “Ásatrú in Iceland: the Rebirth of Nordic Paganism?” Nova Religio
4.1 (2000): 106-132.

---. “The Evils of Christianization: A Pagan Perspective on European History.”
Conference on Perspectives on Evil and Human Wickedness, Prague, CZ, March

Strom, Folke. “Nid, Ergi and Old Norse Moral Attitudes.” The Dorothea Coke Memorial
Lecture in Northern Studies Delivered at University College London on May 10,
1973. Edinburgh: T. & A. Constable, 1974.

Thomas, Keith. Religion and the Decline of Magic. New York: Macmillan Publishing,

Turner, Victor. The Ritual Process: Structure and Anti-Structure.New York: Cornell
University Press, 1987.

United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. “Project Megiddo.” 20 Oct. 1999. Center
for Studies on New Religions. Online. Internet, 2 April 2003.

Urban, Greg. Metaphysical Community: The Interplay of the Senses and the Intellect.
Austin, University of Texas Press, 1996.

Wagner, Roy. The Invention of Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1981.

Wallis, Robert. “Waking Ancestor Spirits: Neo-Shamanic Engagements with
Archaeology.” The Archaeology of Shamanism. Ed. Neil Price. New York:
Routledge, 2001. 213-230.

Ward, Christy. “Women and Magic in the Sagas.”

Williams, Howard. “An Ideology of Transformation: Cremation Rites and Animal
Sacrifice in Early Anglo-Saxon England.” The Archaeology of Shamanism. Ed.
Neil Price. New York: Routledge, 2001. 193-212.

Wodening, Eric. The Rites of Heathendom. N.p.: Café Press, 2003.

---. The Threefold Initiation of Woden. New York: Theod, n.d.

Wodening, Swain. “Anglo-Saxon Witchcraft.” Marklander 66 (2003): 9-11.

---. “Holda and the Cult of the Witches.” Marklander 64 (2002): 2-7.

---. The Witegungseld Spá and Oracular Seiđr Manual. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

[edited 3/9/04 2:21am] I added some more titles than what was here previously.

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