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  • CEENASWE: Central and Eastern European Network for the Academic Study of Western Esotericism

    Click here for the CEENASWE webpage
  • NIRSEO: Network Italiano per la Ricerca Scientifica sull’Esoterismo Occidentale

    The “Network Italiano per la Ricerca Scientifica sull’Esoterismo Occidentale” (NIRSEO) has been founded by Marco Pasi (University of Amsterdam), Michele Olzi (Università dell’Insubria), and Simona Cigliana (independent scholar) during a foundational meeting held in Rome on 29 May 2017. The main coordinator is Marco Pasi. The network is at this moment especially active through a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/204384690085333/) and a mailing list for the exchange of information and news. The aims and goals of the NIRSEO are: 1) To promote the academic study of Western esotericism by Italian scholars, whether resident in Italy or abroad; 2) To promote the academic study of Western esotericism as it may be related to any aspect of Italian history, society, and culture, independently from the nationality of the scholars who carry it out; 3) To facilitate the sharing of information related to the academic study of Western esotericism in Italy or related to Italy; 4) To organise meetings and workshops and to produce publications in its area of interest as defined in the previous points.

    Contact: Marco Pasi

    Email: M.Pasi@uva.nl

  • SNASWE: Scandinavian Network for the Academic Study of Western Esotericism

    The “Scandinavian Network for the Academic Study of Western Esotericism” (SNASWE) works to maintain, strengthen, and advance the academic study of esotericism in the Nordic countries in general and the study of the history of esotericism in the Nordic countries in particular. It is open to all Nordic scholars and non-Nordic scholars interested in Esotericism in the Nordic countries. SNASWE works to establish a more formal network of cooperation between Nordic universities, educational programs, and researchers in the area of esotericism. To attain its goal, SNASWE seeks to annually arrange conferences, seminars, or workshops for both students and scholars alike, and also seeks to more broadly promote the study of esotericism in the Nordic countries. It has an active Facebook forum for the sharing of information, which we urge all to participate in. The current head-coordinator of SNASWE is Tim Rudbøg (University of Copenhagen).

    Contact:  Tim Rudbøg

    Email: timrudboeg@hum.ku.dk

    Click here for the SNASWE FaceBook page

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