Dr Constance WisePhilosophy
Personal Biography Statement
Constance Wise has taught at MSCD since 2004 and at other Denver area colleges and universities. She had been a practicing Feminist Wiccan for thirty years and co-founded two Feminist Wiccan covens in Denver. She raised her two children as Wiccans and as adults they are still occasional practitioners. She teaches religious studies, women’s studies, and philosophy at the Metropolitan State College of Denver and other area colleges. Dr. Wise regularly gives “Have altar will travel” introductions to Paganism to colleges and high school classes. Her primary scholarly interest is promoting positive acceptance of religious pluralism.
Doctorate in Theology and Religious Studies is from the Joint PhD Program of Iliff School of Theology and the University of Denver.
2004: Rowman and Littlefield Press: Hidden Circles in the Web: Feminist Wicca, Process Thought and the Occult
The American Academic of Religion
Process thought as a possible philosophical foundation for understanding the worship of different deities among the diverse religions in the United States, a phenomenon Dr. Wise calls “America’s polytheism.”
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