What did early modern people really think about magic? And how do on-line spaces differ from real-world spaces?
In this episode, Heather Freeman interviews:
Dr. Vikki Carr, an independent scholar researching witchcraft beliefs of Early Modern England and Scotland
Dr. Nicholas Christakis, the Sterling Professor of Social and Natural Science at Yale University
Prof. Owen Davies Reader in Social History at the University of Hertfordshire
Susan Etlinger, industry analyst for the Altimeter Group
Prof. Marion Gibson Associate Dean for Education in the College of Humanities, and Professor of Renaissance and Magical Literatures at the University of Exeter
Prof. Ronald Hutton Head of the School of Humanities and Professor of History at the University of Bristol
Srijan Kumar Assistant Professor, School of Computational Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology
Prof. Sean McCloud Associate Professor of Religious Studies and American Studies, and Communication Studies Faculty Affiliate at UNC Charlotte
Dr. Charlotte-Rose Millar, a postdoctoral fellow in the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Queensland.
Quinn Murphy, Heather Freeman’s eleven-year old son.
Samuel Woolley Assistant Professor of Journalism at the University of Austin at Texas
Addition sounds from Freesound.org, ccMixter, Free Music Archive.
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