Larisa A. White

Research Project Updates

World Druidry book cover

The World Druidry Survey Project

(27 Feb. 2021) The World Druidry Survey project is nearing its end. The book presenting the complete findings of the World Druidry Survey is undergoing final edits, and is out for review. The Mt. Haemus paper, which will present a subset of those findings, is due to be published by the OBOD in May 2021.

Larisa A. White among Coast Range Mountain manzanitas


Larisa A. White, M.S.Ed., Ph.D. (née Larisa Naples), is an author, educator, and independent scholar with 30 years’ combined experience in mixed-methods sociological research, curriculum design, educational program evaluation, and teaching. She is the founder of Quercus Academy, where she currently teaches. Her research activities focus on the neurobiology of learning, the ways in which people learn, grow, and change under the influence of changing educational contexts and cultures, and the sociology of contemporary, nature-based religions. In her free time, she works on ecological restoration projects in the Coast Range Mountains of California. (View curriculum vitae.)