(2001). Towards a politics of witchcraft in early modern England.
In: Clark, Stuart ed.
Languages of witchcraft: narrative, ideology and meaning in early modern culture.
Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 101–118.
In this essay, I seek to refocus attention away from the traditional sociological and psychological explanations for belief in witchcraft, and to stress instead the political context in which ideas about witchcraft evolved and changed over time.
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