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Male witches in early modern Europe
Gender at stake critiques historians' assumptions about witch-hunting as well as their explanations for this complex and perplexing phenomenon. The authors insist on the centrality of gender,… Expand
Cases of Male Witchcraft in Old and New England, 1592–1692 by E.J. Kent (review)
- Lara Apps
In this book, E. J. Kent presents six case studies of early modern male witchcraft: three from England, and three from Massachusetts. George Burroughs, one of the Salem ‘‘witches,’’ is well-known,… Expand
Anarchism and Religion
Anarchism is nearly always anticlerical and frequently atheistic, yet the intersection of religion and anarchism is more complex than is often assumed. Indeed this intersection has proved a fertile… Expand