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THE CAMBRIDGE CENTRE for the study of WESTERN ESOTERICISM

CCWE is independent of any academic or esoteric communities, the co-ordinators share an interest in the need for a wider dialogue between scholars and practitioners in the field of Western Esotericism and in the establishment of a secular space in which an interdisciplinary network can thrive.

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Written by SOPHIA WELLBELOVED

March 4, 2008 at 10:40 pm

Posted in Aim

MAILING LIST

pigeon-c.jpgIf you have an academic interest in Western Esotericism and would like to be on our mailing list, send an email (see contact page) giving your area of interest. The email address will only be used to send information about CCWE e.g. forthcoming conferences and seminars.

Written by SOPHIA WELLBELOVED

July 27, 2007 at 4:11 pm

AIM

CCWE wishes to establish a secular space in which scholars and practitioners of Western Esotericism can meet with the aim of promoting a continuing dialogue.

It is often difficult for scholars and those more generally interested in esoteric disciplines to meet practitioners, and for practitioners already involved in a group or teaching to gain access to a wide range of scholarly information about the teaching. CCWE aims to provide several spaces where these contacts can take place. Through:

information exchanged via this blog – see Contact

meetings held in a neutral public space in Cambridge

through a conference in Cambridge in July 2007

see Conference and People

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The CAMBRIDGE CENTRE for the study of WESTERN ESOTERICISM is independent of any academic or esoteric communities, the co-ordinators share an interest in the need for a wider dialogue between scholars and practitioners in the field of Western Esotericism and in the establishment of a secular space in which an interdisciplinary network can thrive (see people).

Written by SOPHIA WELLBELOVED

January 8, 2007 at 11:29 am

Posted in Aim

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