Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Ethics for Magical People: Cultural Appropriation or Cultural Appreciation (3 of 3) Sources

Works Used:
Aldred, Lisa, “Plastic Shamans and Astroturf Sun Dances: New Age Commercialization of Native American Spirituality,” The American Indian Quarterly, 24:3, 2000,

Bennett, Stella, “The Star That Never Walks Around,” Weiser Books, Boston, 2002.

Cole, Joan, “Pseudo Native American Tarot Decks: A Picture is Worth 1000 Words,” 2004,

Cormack, Bridget, “The ethics of cultural borrowing,” The Australian, 18 December 2012,

Donaldson, Laura, “On Medicine Women and White Same-ans: New Age Native Americanism and Commodity Fetishism as Pop Culture Feminism,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 24: 3, 1999,

DenElder, “The Star That New Walks Around by Stella Bennett,” Blog, 12 March 2013,

Dominquez, Jr, Ivo, “Source Struggle,” Witches and Pagans, 12 Mar 2013,

Fontana, David, “The Essential Guide to the Tarot,” Watkins Publishing: London, 2011.

Green, Heather, “The Hula Dance: From Sacred to Commodity,” The Wild Hunt Blog, 23 June 2013,

Paganaidd, “Cultural appropriation?,” Blog, 12 March 2013,

Stallings, Ariel, “Liberal bullying: Privilege-checking and semantics-scolding as internet sport,” Off Beat Empire, 15 October 2012,

Young, James and Conrad Bunk, “The Ethics of Cultural Appropriation,” John Wiley: New York, 2011.
Young James, “Profound Offense and Cultural Appropriation,” The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 63: 2, 2005,

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