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Volume 3, Number 1, 2014

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Capturing Witches

Guest Editors: Alison Findlay and Liz Oakley-Brown

Articles

Introduction

pp. 1-12

Charming Witches: The "Old Religion" and the Pendle Trial

pp. 13-31

The Archbishop and the Lord Chief Justice: Dispossessions and the Clash of Jurisdictions in Jacobean England

pp. 32-55

The Saturnine History of Jews and Witches

pp. 56-84

"Hatcht up in Villanie and Witchcraft": Historical, Fictional, and Fantastical "Recuperations" of the Witch Child

pp. 85-109

Capturing Basque Witches, Releasing Lyrical Resources: From Historical Cases to Folk Song

pp. 110-146

The Late Lancashire Witches: The Girls Next Door

pp. 147-167

Voicing Women, "Community" Drama, and The Late Lancashire Witches

pp. 168-189

Capturing Magics: The Witches in Early Modern England Project as Micro-Historical and Visualization Research

pp. 190-204

Book Reviews

Marks of an Absolute Witch: Evidentiary Dilemmas in Early Modern England by Orna Alyagon Darr (review)

pp. 205-209

The Devil Within: Possession and Exorcism in the Christian West by Brian P. Levack (review)

pp. 210-214

Invoking Angels: Theurgic Ideas and Practices, Thirteenth to Sixteenth Centuries ed. by Claire Fanger (review)

pp. 214-219

A Jew at the Medici Court: The Letters of Benedetto Blanis Hebreo, 1615-1621 by Edward Goldberg (review)

pp. 219-222

America Bewitched: The Story of Witchcraft After Salem by Owen Davies (review)

pp. 222-226

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