Witchcraft And Belief In Early Modern Scotland by J. GoodareWitchcraft And Belief In Early Modern Scotland by J. Goodare

Witchcraft And Belief In Early Modern Scotland

EditorJ. Goodare, L. Martin, J. Miller

Hardcover | December 4, 2007

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This book is a collection of essays on Scottish witchcraft. Unlike most such works, it concentrates on witchcraft beliefs rather than witch-hunting. It ranges widely across areas of popular belief, culture, and ritual practice, as well as dealing with intellectual life and incorporating regional and comparative elements. The editors were members of the team responsible for the recently-completed Survey of Scottish Witchcraft, and the book incorporates a number of pioneering findings from this rich online resource.
JULIAN GOODARE is a Reader in Scottish History at the University of Edinburgh.LAUREN MARTIN is head of research and development for a non-profit organisation in Minneapolis, Minnesota.JOYCE MILLER teaches Scottish History at the Universities of Edinburgh and Stirling.
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Title:Witchcraft And Belief In Early Modern ScotlandFormat:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:December 4, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230507883

ISBN - 13:9780230507883

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Table of Contents

Introduction * Scottish Witchcraft in its European Context--J. Goodare * Some Findings from the Survey of Scottish Witchcraft--L. Martin and J. Miller * Witch Persecution and Popular Belief in Lowland Scotland: the Devil's Decade--E. J. Cowan * Witch Hunting and Witch Belief in the Gàidhealtachd--L. Henderson * Scottish Witchcraft Panics Re-examined--L. Martin * Men in Black: Appearances of the Devil in Early Modern Scottish Witchcraft Discourse--J. Miller * Demonic Possession in Early Modern Scotland--B. P. Levack * A Comparative Perspective on Scottish Cunning-Folk and Charmers--O. Davies * The Mechanical World-View and the Decline of Witch-Beliefs in Scotland--M. Wasser * "Charms against Witchcraft": Magic and Mischief in Museum Collections--H. Cheape * Further Reading