1. Saint Christopher's Canine Hybrid Body and its Cultural Autocannibalism
  2. Jennie Friedrich
  3. pp. 189-211
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  1. Fabricating Monstrosity: Secrets and Violence in the Lay of Graelent and Several Old French Fabliaux
  2. Stefanie Goyette
  3. pp. 212-235
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  1. Rethinking with Demons: The Campaign Against Superstition in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe from a Cognitive Perspective
  2. Andrew Keitt
  3. pp. 236-277
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  1. To Accommodate the Earthly Kingdom to Divine Will: Official and Nonconformist Definitions of Witchcraft in England (ca. 1542–1630)
  2. Agustin Mendez
  3. pp. 278-309
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  1. "She was full of evil spirits": Occult Influence, Free Will, and Medical Authority in the Old Bailey, circa 1860–1910
  2. Karl Bell
  3. pp. 310-336
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  1. The Criminological Construction of Female Mediumship in Early Twentieth-Century Germany
  2. Heather Wolffram
  3. pp. 337-359
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  1. From the Editor
  2. Debbie Felton
  3. pp. v-vi
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