Lady Science no. 31: Witches and Wives
The Personal in the Professional: a 19th-Century Hangover by Amanda Barnett
Forced into the Fringe: Margaret Murray’s Witch-Cult Hypothesis by Kathleen Sheppard
For this issue, Contributing Editor Kathleen Sheppard writes about Margaret Murray, not as Egyptologist or archaeologist, but as a folklorist who wrote the first definitive study of witches. Guest writer Amanda Barnett explores the differences of writing about male and female scientists' personal and professional lives.
This issue is published in syndication with The New Inquiry.
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