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The People Seeking the Company of Wolves

Anyone involved in academia will know of the importance of impact and on 8th June I will be speaking about the Open Graves, Open Minds project at the Public Engagement with Research Conference 2016 (Prince Edward Lecture Hall, University of … Continue reading

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The People Seeking the ‘Company of Wolves’

I’ve just been archiving all the footage and news stories from the ‘Company of Wolves’ for the university. Those who were presenting might like to share these links with their own institutions. At least now we know what you do … Continue reading

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BBC news reports on the people seeking ‘the company of wolves’

Werewolf conference: the people seeking the ‘company of wolves’ By Jodie Smith BBC News 4th Sept 2015

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Session Speakers and Abstracts

* Click on the arrows to expand author biographies and abstracts of papers 1 Alison Baker (University of East London) Alison Baker is a senior lecturer in education at University of East London. She is writing her PhD thesis entitled … Continue reading

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Redeeming the Wolf 2017

This Being Human Festival event is developed from the Open Graves, Open Minds Company of Wolves: Werewolves, Shapeshifters and Feral Humans project  which was widely reported on the BBC and the national and international press. Two of our favourite stories were international werewolves  and … Continue reading

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Why I believe in the story of ‘Old Stinker’ the Hull Werewolf

Sabine Baring-Gould claims that ‘English folklore is singularly barren of werewolf stories , the reason being that wolves had been extirpated from England under the Anglo Saxon kings, and therefore ceased to be the object of dread to the people’ … Continue reading

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