Lady Science no. 31: Witches and Wives

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.


*Banner image Witches via Wellcome Library

Lady Science no. 32: Fascism, Gender, and Science: Part 1

Lady Science no. 32: Fascism, Gender, and Science: Part 1

Lady Science no. 30: Data and Domesticity

Lady Science no. 30: Data and Domesticity