From the diverse belief traditions of pre-contact Native American societies, to the colonial conception of witchcraft and Hoodoo, people have sought to explain and ascribe meaning to the world around them in various ways. Explore the historical and diverse belief systems that have permeated contemporary magick traditions and learn about the complex roles magick played within early 'American' culture.
$15 per student / $10 for Indigenous students or students of color
Regan de Loggans (Mississippi Choctaw/Ki'che' Maya) is an 'American' historian and lecturer whose research focuses on witchcraft, the occult, and history of magick. They are a practitioner of Brujería and founder of the Indigenous Womxn''s Collective:NYC.