Re: Studying Rainbow Gatherings
23 Oct 1992 09:43:47

Thus spake (Al Billings):

> I'm interested in studying sub-cultures (particularily ones that I find
>interesting) and am lloking for topics for a MA thesis in Anthropology.
>I'm thinking of studying Rainbow Gatherings. Anyone have any good books on
>them to recommend?

Buenfil, A. (1991). _Rainbow Nation Without Borders: Toward an ectopian
millennium._ Santa Fe, NM: Bear & Company, Pub.

The book is a serious attempt to explain the history, traditions,
and evolution of the Rainbow Nation and provides insight into both the
philosophy and the "lifestyles" of the people you will meet at a gathering.


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