The 'Disenchantment' of Early Modern Europe: Seminar 04: Witchcraft

The 'Disenchantment' of Early Modern Europe: Seminar 04: Witchcraft

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Seminar outline for HST115: The 'Disenchantment' of Early Modern Europe c. 1570-1770, produced for the 2007 session at the Department of History, University of Sheffield. Includes an exercise for students to read and analyse extracts about witchcraft beliefs by George Gifford and Jean Bodin. Related to this exercise are brief summaries of four primary sources on witchcraft: Nicholas Remy, Demonolatry (1595); George Gifford, A Dialogue concerning witches & witchcraft (1593); Trials of Witches at crossroads of Marlou (1582-3); and Loudon Possession cases (1634/1637).

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