Magic and Witchcraft in medieval and early modern Europe
This session welcomes papers on historical and aesthetic representations of magic and witchcraft from the middle ages through the early modern period. Possible presentations might include: changing views of magic and the supernatural from the medieval to early modern period; associations of the scholar and the magician in art and literature; early modern witchcraft scares; witchcraft and paganism.
250-300 word abstracts by June 17, 2013 to:
Amelia J. Harris, Academic Dean
University of Virginia's College at Wise
1 College Avenue
Wise, VA 24293