Hidden Power: Women and Magic in Irish History. Exploring the role of women and the magic attributed to them in Ireland's past
Individual class presentation recorded at the Irish Pagan School Conference in late December 2019, on Irish Magic & Folklore.
Your Course access enrollment includes:
- -- Class Presentation Slides
- -- Class Video
- -- Class Audio
See the full conference schedule and get the package deal on all recordings here - https://irishpaganschool.com/p/irish-conference-2019
"I have been diving into the online conference, as I couldn't attend live, and I have been just blown away. Totally. Like never before. The presenters and the material have been just extraordinary. But it is so much more. This conference has so opened my eyes to something so so profound... how alive, contemporary and evolving Irish paganism is. I know that this is no surprise to you, but as a solitary, wandering soul in exile in a far away land it has been incredibly exciting. Thank you so much for putting this together and sharing your world with us."
- Annmaree Wilson, Australia.
Dr. Gillian Kenny is an Hon Research Associate at the Centre for Gender
and Women’s Studies in Trinity College Dublin. Her specialism is women’s
lives in medieval and early modern Ireland and beyond. She is also
interested in the lives of those considered outsiders in the medieval
world and is currently researching that topic. She has taught in both
UCD and TCD and has appeared in and written on various historical topics
both on TV and in newspapers/magazines as well as working on her own
books and papers.
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Finally, a place to learn pagan practices that are modern, relevant, and well researched. This school honors the past, lives in the present and preps you for the future. It is not a guess work reconstruction of ancient beliefs based on someone's intuition, but rather a living working practice built on the lore we still have available today.