Kamila Velkoborská
Saga Studio Kamila Velkoborská

Publikace

Storytelling or going to movies? New Voices in Native American Literature. In: English Studies & Language Teaching, Vol. 2, Plzeň 2006.

 

Robinson, Annabel (2002): The Life and Work of Jane Ellen Harrison (review). In: Akta Fakulty filosofické Západočeské university v Plzni, 2, Plzeň 2006.

 

Jane Ellen Harrison and Ritual. In: Ritual Year and History, Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the SIEF Working Group on the Ritual Year. Strážnice 2008.

 

Jane Ellen Harrison’sEniautos Daimon.  In: Ritual Year and Gender, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference of the SIEF Working Group on the Ritual Year. Cork, Ireland 2009.

 

Wicca in the USA: How a British-born Religion became Americanized. In: Theories and Practice, Proceedings of the Second Annual International Conference in English and American Studies, Zlín 2011.

 

Contemporary Slavic Paganism in the Czech Republic. In: Ritual Year and the Power of the Mask, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the SIEF Working Group on the Ritual Year. Kaunas, Lithuania 2011.

 

Pagan Identity and Tradition Today: The conception of identity and (re)creation of tradition among contemporary practitioners of Slavic religion in the Czech Republic. In: Cosmos: The Journal of the Traditional Cosmology Society 2011.

 

On being a Witch and a Magician Today. In: Acta Ethnographica Hungarica: An International Journal of Ethnography, 56 (1), 2011.

 

Winter Solstice Ritual Today. In: The Ritual Year 6: The Inner and the Outer. Tartu 2011.

 

Performers and Researchers in Neo-pagan Settings. In: Traditiones 41/1: Institute of Slovenian Ethnology Journal. 65 – 75, 2012.

 

Landscape behind the Landscape. In: Landscape as a factor in creating identity, ed. W. Bedynski, I. Povedák, ´Dance House Society´, Poland 2014.

 

The Brotherhood of Wolves: From Ásatrú to Primitivism. In:  ´Paganisms and Indigenous Faith Movements across Europe´, ed. Kathryn Rountree, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand. (v tisku).