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Witchcraft & Catholicism in the Early Modern Period

Posted By Kristin M. Bezio, Wednesday, May 11, 2016

This panel seeks proposals which address works (artistic, literary, historical, etc.) at the intersection of Catholicism and witchcraft (demons, devils, witches, magic, etc.) between 1500 and 1700 in England and/or Continental Europe. Of particular interest are works which link witchcraft and Catholicism; critique governmental or religious responses to witchcraft and/or Catholicism; and/or representations in literature or drama which compare witchcraft and/or Catholicism.

Please send title, 150-word abstract, 300-word CV, and AV or scheduling requests to kbezio@richmond.edu by May 31. Notifications will be sent out prior to June 5th of acceptance to proposed panel. Final notifications will be sent in August or September by the RSA.

Tags:  drama  early modern  England  gender  literature  religion 

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