Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | June 26, 2009

The Birth of Pan

Professor Ronald Hutton, in his 2007 book ‘The Druids’ writes that The Order of Bards Ovates & Druids’ distance learning course ‘arguably represents one of the major documents of British spirituality from the late twentieth century.’ Since then the course has been developed, revised and expanded for the 21st century, and now a study of the Order has been included in the new UK National Curriculum for GCSE Religious Studies. How has this come about and what significance does this hold? – A talk and discussion by Philip Carr-Gomm on this at the launch of PAN – The Pagan Academic Network Conference at the Festival at the Edge, Shropshire, 1-4pm on 18th July 2009. Details from FATE.


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