Tag Archives: witchcraft
There is a whole batch of CFPs for various exciting events here: Theorising the Popular Conference, Liverpool Hope University, 11-12 July 2018 The conference invites submissions from a broad range of disciplines, and is particularly interested in new ways of … Continue reading
I’ve come across a peer-reviewed journal which may be well be of interest to OGOM followers: Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft. A rigorously peer-reviewed scholarly journal, Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft draws from a broad spectrum of perspectives, methods, and disciplines, offering … Continue reading
Some excellent articles on witches today. First, Chloe Buckley, in ‘Hag, temptress or feminist icon? The witch in popular culture‘, looks at images of witches in popular culture, both positive and disparaging. She notes the contemporary feminist rehabilitation of the … Continue reading
Curtis Runstedler, ‘Amongst the Hermetick Philosophers’: Alchemical Afterlives in Medieval and Early Modern England
Curtis Runstedler, whose article will be appearing in the forthcoming OGOM Company of Wolves special issue of Gothic Studies, is giving this public talk on alchemy–it looks fascinating and I’m sorry not to be able to attend myself, but do … Continue reading
The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic: this looks a fabulous place and I’ll have to visit it one day.