Historical Dictionary of Witchcraft

Historical Dictionary of Witchcraft
Author(s):Michael D. Bailey
Collection:Historical dictionaries of religions, philosophies, and movements 47
Publisher:Scarecrow Press
Pages:249 pages
Size:2.40 MB

[tab] [content title="Description"]The only single-volume, scholarly reference work available on this subject, this dictionary provides reliable information on magic and witchcraft for the entire span of western history, from classical antiquity to modern Wicca. Particular attention is paid to the history of witchcraft in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries, the era of the great witch-hunts. [/content] [content title="Content"] [/content] [content title="About the author"]Michael Bailey is a historian of the European Middle Ages (PhD Northwestern University, 1998). His research focuses on the history of magic, witchcraft, and superstition, as well as heresy and religious reform, especially in the late medieval period. He has also published on the history of magic globally. His current research explores skepticism and disbelief about magic in medieval Europe. At Iowa State, Bailey has served as interim chair for the Department of History, interim director for the Center for Excellence in Arts and Humanities, and now interim chair for the Department of World Languages and Cultures. He has also served on Faculty Senate, on the Graduate Council, and as a longtime DOGE in the Department of History. Bailey is currently on the editorial board of Speculum, the journal of the Medieval Academy of America. He was also a founding editor and is currently an associate editor of the interdisciplinary journal Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft. [/content] [/tab]

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