CFP: Histories of Magic and Sexuality

We at OGOM, who have consorted frequently with vampires and other darkly seductive creatures, know how the equally mysterious powers of sex and magic are intimately related. Mackenzie Cooley, of Stanford University, is seeking short articles on magic and sexuality in this CFP for what promises to be a fascinating series in the journal NOTCHES: (re)marks on the History of Sexuality.

The CFP says, ‘Contributions may relate to any geographical area and must have a strong historical focus. Essays exploring the premodern and early modern periods and regions outside of Europe and the US are encouraged.’

The deadline is 15 May, 2016, so apologies for posting this so late; there is still time if you’re quick!

About William the Bloody

Cat lover. 18C scholar on the dialogue and novel. Co-convenor OGOM Project
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