Spotlight: Witchcraft

Witchcraft in Europe & America is a research database of Fulltext primary sources offering a wide range of writings on the subject of witchcraft from the 15th century to the early 20th century, including many rare and fragile manuscripts of eyewitness accounts, court records of the trials of witches, and depositions taken from the victims. The collection also includes: Anti-persecution writings; Legal and church documents and Philosophical writings, as well as numerous dissertations and printed works examining theological, legal, and social implications of witchcraft.

Witchcraft in Europe & America

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Darren Chase

Darren Chase

Head of Scholarly Communication at Stony Brook University Libraries
Darren is the SBU Libraries head of Scholarly Communication, and library liaison to: the Sustainability Studies Programs; the Center for Dance, Movement and Somatic Learning; and the Department of Theatre Arts.
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