Palgrave Advances in Witchcraft Historiography

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J. Barry, O. Davies
Springer, 9 mei 2007 - 248 pagina's
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This is the first book to offer a detailed modern survey of Witchcraft historiography. By using a broad chronological structure, from contemporary responses through to modern day, the book draws on contributions from a range of leading experts in the field to provide a much-needed overview of the area.
 

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1 introduction
1
2 the contemporary historical debate 14001750
11
3 science medicine and witchcraft
33
medievalism and witchcraft
52
fertility and satanism
69
the rise of persecuting societies
90
state religion and popular culture in europe 14001800
108
mental archaeologies conjectural histories or political mythologies?
125
9 crime and the law
146
language literature and intellectual history
164
feminism and psychoanalysis
182
social science perspectives on european witchcraft
203
the historians history the practitioners past
225
index
242
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WILLEM DE BLÉCOURT Lecturer, University of Surrey, Roehampton, UK PETER ELMER Senior Lecturer in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, The Open University, UK MARION GIBSON Lecturer in English Literature, University of Exeter, UK KATHERINE HODGKIN Principal Lecturer in History, University of East London, UK RICHARD JENKINS Professor of Sociology, University of Sheffield, UK BRIAN P. LEVACK John Green Regents Professor in History, University of Texas, USA P. G. MAXWELL-STUART Honorary Lecturer in History University of St. Andrews, UK MARKO NENONEN Assistant Professor in History, University of Tampere, Finland JO PEARSON Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies, Liverpool Hope University, UK RAISA MARIA TOIVO Lecturer in History, University of Tampere, Finland CHRISTA TUCZAY Lecturer in Medieval History and Literature, University of Vienna, Austria JULIETTE WOOD Associate Lecturer in the Department of Welsh, University of Cardiff, UK

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