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Book by Larner, Christina. I could not recommend it more highly! Her other book on witchcraft, Enemies of God, is fantastic as well. 3 people found this helpful.
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Witchcraft and Religion: The Politics of Popular Belief. New York: Basil Blackwell. University of Toronto. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 July 2014.
Christina (Kirsty) Larner had already established her scholarly. reputation in a number of ways. published in 1981, a duplicated Source-Book of Scottish Witchcraft
Christina (Kirsty) Larner had already established her scholarly. She was the foremost expert on. the history of witchcraft in Scotland. She was thought to be one of. the most important social historians of Scotland. published in 1981, a duplicated Source-Book of Scottish Witchcraft. compiled with Christopher Lee and Hugh McLachlan (Glasgow, 1977) a number of articles, unpublished lectures and an unpub
The Journal of Religion. Volume 67, Number 4 Oc. 1987. Christina Larner, Alan MacFarlane.
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Witchcraft and religion : the politics of popular belief. A source-book of Scottish witchcraft. Lee, Christopher Hyde. McLachlan, Hugh V. Glasgow: Grimsay Press. New York, NY: Blackwell. pp. Foreword from Alan Macfarlane. a b c d "Christina Jessy Larner". The Gifford Lectures. Retrieved 2018-09-19. Enemies of god : the witch-hunt in Scotland. Edinburgh: J. Donald.
Christina Larner, Witchcraft and Religion: the Politics of Popular Belief (Oxford, 1984): 40–4;Google Scholar. 85. Anne Neary, ‘The Origins and Character of the Kilkenny Witchcraft Case of 1324’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 83C (1983): 333–50; ODNB;Google Scholar.