Witchcraft (History)

Carey, H. M. (1992) Courting Disaster: Astrology at the English Court and University in the Later Middle Ages. Macmillan: London. (Book)

Davies, O. (2003) Cunning-Folk: Popular Magic in English History. Hambledon Continuum: London. (Book)

Eller, I. (1841) The History of Belvoir Castle. R. Tyas: Lincoln. (Book – available online on Google Books)

Freeman, J. (2004) ‘Sorcery at Court and Manor: Margery Jourdemayne, the Witch of Eye next Westminster’ in Journal of Medieval History, vol 30. pp 343 – 357. (CA)

Gillespie, R (1998) ‘Women and Crime in Seventeenth-Century Ireland’ in Women in Early Modern Ireland (Margaret MacCurtain and Mary O’Dowd eds.). Oxford University Press: Oxford. (Book)

Honeybell, F. (2010) Cunning Folk and Wizards in Early Modern England. Warwick University: The Early Modern and Eighteenth Century Centre. (Book)

Lapoint, E. C. (1992) ‘Irish Immunity to Witch-Hunting, 1534–1711’ in Eire Ireland vol 27. pp 81 – 2. (CA)

Leach, K. (2019) ‘Narrative Charms in Late Medieval and Early Modern Wales’ in Akadémiai Kiadó, vol 64. pp 335 – 352. (CA)

Levack, B. P. (2006) The Witch-Hunt in Early Modern Europe. Pearson Education Ltd. : Harlow. (Book)

Levack, B. (2013) The Oxford Handbook of Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe and Colonial America. Oxford University Press: Oxford. (Book)

Notestein, W. (1911). A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718. American Historical Association: Washington. (Book)

Parkin, S. (2006) ‘Witchcraft, women’s honour and customary law in early modern Wales’, in Social History, vol 31. pp. 295-318. (CA)

Pócs, É. (1999) Between the Living and the Dead: A Perspective on Witches and Seers in the Early Modern Age. Central European Academic Press: Budapest. (Book)

Ralley, R. (2010) ’Stars, Demons and the Body in fifteenth-century England’ in Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, vol 41. pp 109 – 116. (CA)

Sneddon, A. (2012) ‘Witchcraft belief and trials in early modern Ireland’ in Irish Economic and Social History, vol 39. pp 1 – 25. (OA)

Sneddon, A., & Fulton, J. (2019) ‘Witchcraft, the Press and Crime in Ireland, 1822-1922’ in Historical Journal,  vol 62. pp 741-764. (OA)

Sneddon, A. (2015) Witchcraft and Magic in Ireland. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke. (Book)

Suggett, R. (2000) ‘Witchcraft Dynamics in Early Modern Wales’ in Women and Gender in Early Modern Wales (Michael Roberts and Simone Clarke eds.) University of Wales: Wales. pp. 75-104. (CA)

Suggett, R. (2008), A History of Magic and Witchcraft in Wales. Tempus.: Stroud (Book)

Suggett, R. (2018) Welsh Witches: Narratives of Witchcraft and Magic from sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Wales. Atramentous Press: Cardiff. (Book)

Urban, R. (1975). ‘The Somerset affair, the Belvoir witches, and Jonson’s pastoral comedies’ in Harvard Library Bulletin, vol 23. pp 295-323. (OA)

Wilby, E. (2005) Cunning-Folk and Familiar Spirits: Shamanistic Visionary Traditions. Sussex University Press: Brighton. (Book)

Williams, J. G (1975) ‘Witchcraft in seventeenth-century Flintshire: Part 2’, in Flintshire Historical Society, vol 27. pp. 5-35. (CA)

Winsham, W. (2016) Accused: British Witches throughout History. Pen and Sword: Barnsley. (Book)