England; History; Warlocks; Witch hunting
Cultural History | European History | History | History of Gender
The witch-hunt in early modern England has been the subject of much scholarly research in the last several decades. While much of this research focuses on the political, religious, economic, and social aspects of the witch-hunts, the role of gender in the trials has recently come under more scrutiny, though much of it focuses on women. Although the role of women in the witch-hunts is unquestionably important given that accusations primarily targeted them, historians should not ignore male witches or simply dismiss them as spouses or relatives of female witches. Compounding the exclusion of male witches from historical consideration is the dearth of research into notions of masculinity in the early modern period.
"The Duke’s Devil and Doctor Lambe’s Darling: A Case Study of the Male Witch in Early Modern England,"
Psi Sigma Siren: Vol. 2
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/psi_sigma_siren/vol2/iss1/2