36 minutes | Jun 25th 2018

033 - Satan's Kingdom Divided

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In today's episode, the infamous Witch-Finder General begins his campaign through south-eastern England, as we discuss the opening accusations of the greatest and deadliest witch hunt in English history.

This episode primarily makes use of the following texts:

-  Gaskill, Malcolm, Witchfinders: A Seventeenth Century English Tragedy, (2005)

-  Levack, Brian, ‘State-Building and Witch-Hunting’, in Oldridge, Darren (ed.), The Witchcraft Reader, 2002

-  Purkiss, DIane, The English Civil War: A People's History, (2007)

-  Jackson, Louise, ‘Witches, Wives and Mothers: Witchcraft Persecution and Women’s Confessions in Seventeenth-Century England’, in Oldridge, Darren (ed.), The Witchcraft Reader, 2002

For a full bibliography, please see the website: https://thehistoryofwitchcraft.co.uk/

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