Witchcraft against Royal Danish Ships in 1589 and the Transnational Transfer of Ideas

@article{Willumsen2020WitchcraftAR,
  title={Witchcraft against Royal Danish Ships in 1589 and the Transnational Transfer of Ideas},
  author={Liv Helene Willumsen},
  journal={International Review of Scottish Studies},
  year={2020},
  volume={45},
  pages={54-99}
}
This article deals with transnational transfer of ideas about witchcraft at the end of the sixteenth century. The outset is alleged witchcraft performed against a royal Danish fleet that was to carry Princess Anne across the North Sea to her husband, King James VI of Scotland, autumn 1589, and following trials in Copenhagen. These include court records from witchcraft trials and diplomatic correspondence between Denmark, England and Scotland. By close-readings of these texts, a multi-layered… 
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