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Parergon 30.2 (2013)

Special Issue
Thinking about Magic in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Guest-editor: Tracy Adams


Thinking About Magic in Medieval and Early Modern Europe – Tracy Adams, Kerryn Olsen, and Michelle A. Smith

Valentina Visconti, Charles VI, and the Politics of Witchcraft – Tracy Adams

The Rationality of Renaissance Magic – Gregory W. Dawes

Scotland’s ‘naturall elixirs’ and ‘sacred liquors’: Explaining the Medicinal Power of Mineral Waters – Karen Jillings

‘The misery of the poor girls …’: Exploring a Case of Collective Bewitchment in Lier, 1602–03 – Vrajabhūmi Vanderheyden

Material Magic: The Deliberate Concealment of Footwear and Other Clothing – Sarah Randles


All the News That’s Fit to Film? Copying the Nichols Collection of Early London Newspapers – Mark S. Dawson

Exhibition and Catalogue Review: The Four Horsemen: Apocalypse, Death and DisasterSusanne Meurer

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We currently have the Front matter and Reviews of Volume 28.2 (2011) back to Volume 19.1 (2002) available to download.

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