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Ghosts, Witches and Portents in Early Modern Europe: Essay Bibliography Q 1.11
Bibliography for essay: What, on the basis of the evidence you have examined, explains the gendered nature of witchcraft belief and prosecution? Prepared for the special subject module: Ghosts, Witches and Portents in Early Modern Europe.

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Ghosts, Witches and Portents in Early Modern Europe: Essay Bibliography Q 2.13
Bibliography for essay: Account for the growing reluctance among the educated classes to prosecute witches in the later seventeenth century. Prepared for the special subject module: Ghosts, Witches and Portents in Early Modern Europe.

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Professorial Lecture: Professor Robert Shoemaker - Learning about Crime
'Learning about Crime' by Professor Robert Shoemaker, Department of History, given Wednesday 21 May 2008. Also includes short talks about the newly expanded version of Old Bailey Proceedings Online Website by Professor Clive Emsley (Open University) and Professor Tim Hitchcock (University of Hertfordshire).

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