Aug 4, 2011

Witchcraft Bibliography Project - DB3 std.

Allison, David. B. and Mark S. Roberts. "On Constructing the
 Disorder of Hysteria." Journal of Medicine and Philosophy
 19 (1994): 239-59.

Anderson, Robert D. "The History of Witchcraft: A Review With Some
 Psychiatric Comments."
American Journal of Psychiatry126
 (1970): 1727-35.

Andreski, Stanislav.  Syphilis, Puritanism, and Witch Hunts:
 Historical Explanations in the Light of Medicine and
 Psychoanalysis with a Forecast about AIDS. New York: St.
 Martin's, 1989.

__________. The Syphilitic Shock: A New Explanation of the Witch
           Burnings.  Encounter 58 (1982): 7-26.

Ardener, E.  "Witchcraft, Economics, and the Continuity of Belief."  In
        Witchcraft Confessions and Accusations, edited by Mary Douglas,
        141-60.  London:  Tavistock, 1970.

Arguilliere, Alain. La Bête et le maléfice: de la sorcellerie
 à la psychopathologie. Abondance: Ed. par l'auteur, 1983.

Aron, Raymond.  Main Currents in Sociological Thought.  Vol. 1.  Trans. 
        By R. Howard and H. Weaver.  New York:  n.p., 1989.

Avis, P. D. L.  "Moses and the magistrate:  A Study in the rise of 
        Protestant Legalism."  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 26 
        (1975): 149-72.

Azouvi, François. "The Plague, Melancholy, and the Devil."
 Diogenes 108 (1979): 112-30.

Barnes, Barry, David Bloor, and John Henry. Scientific Knowledge: A 
 Sociological Analysis.  London:  n.p., 1995.

Barnett, Bernard.  "Drugs of the Devil." New Scientist 22 (1965):  222-

__________. "Witchcraft, Psychopathology, and Hallucinations".
        British Journal of Psychiatry 111 (1965): 435-39.

__________. "Witchcraft, Psychotherapy and Hallucinations."
        American Journal of Psychiatry 99 (1942-3):  42-54.

Barry, Jonathan. "Piety and the Patient: Medicine and Religion in 
        eighteenth-century Bristol." In Patients and Practitioners: Lay 
 Perceptions of Medicine in Pre-Industrial Society, edited by 
        Roy Porter, 145-75. Cambridge University Press, 1985.

__________, Marianne Hester, and Garreth Roberts, eds. Witchcraft in 
 Early Modern Europe: Studies in Culture and Belief. Cambridge: 
        Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Bartlett, Robert. Trial by Fire and Water: The Medieval Judicial 
 Ordeal.Oxford: Clarendon, 1986.

Bayer-Kayette, Wanda von. "Die Historischen Hexenprozesse: Der 
        Verbürokratizierte Massenwahn."  In Massenwahn in Geschichte 
 und Gegenwart, edited by Wilhelm Bitter, 220-31.  Stuttgart:  
        E. Klett, 1965.

Ben-Yehuda, Nachman. Deviance and Moral Boundaries: Witchcraft, the 
 Occult, Science Fiction, Deviant Science and Scientists. 
        Chicago:University of Chicago Press, 1985.

__________. "The European Witch Craze of the Fourteenth to Seventeenth
        Centuries: A Sociologist's Perspective." American Sociological
        Journal 86 (1980): 1-31.

__________. "Problems Inherent in Socio-Historical Approaches to the 
        European Witch Craze." Journal for the Scientific Study of 
 Religion 20 (1981): 326-38.

Bitter, Wilhelm, ed.  Massenwahn, in Geschichte und Gegenwart.
        Stuttgart: E. Klett, 1965. Especially  "Die Historische 
        Hexenprozesse: Der verbürokratische Massenwahn," by Wanda von 
        Bayer-Kayette, 220-31.

Blauert, Andreas. "Hexenverfolgung in einer spätmittelaltischen 
        Gemeinde." Geschichte und Gesellschaft: Zeitschrift für 
 Historische Sozialwissenschaft 16 (1990): 8-25.

Brain, James. "An Anthropological Perspective on the Witchcraze." In J. 
        R. Brink et al., eds. The Politics of Gender in Early Modern 
 Europe. Kirksville, MO: Sixteenth Century Journal, 1989. 15-27.

Briggs, Robin. Witches and Neighbors: The Social and Cultural Context 
 Of European Witchcraft. London: Harper Collins, 1996.

Budge, Ernest Alfred Wallis.  Syrian Anatomy, Pathology and 
 Therapeutics: or, the Book of Medicines:  the Syriac text, 
 edited from a rare manuscript, with an English translation . . 
 ..  London:  Milford, 1913.

Burke, Peter.  "A Question of Acculturation?"  In Scienze, Credenze 
 Occulte, Livelli Di Cultura, 197- 204.  Florence: Leo S. 

__________.  Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe. Rev. ed.
 Aldershot: Scolar, 1994.

Burstein, Sona. "Aspects of the Psychopathology of Old Age Revealed in
        Witchcraft Cases of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries."
        British Medical Bulletin 6 (1949):

__________. "Demonology and Medicine in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth
        Centuries." Folklore 67 (1956): 16-33.

Capra, Fritjof.  The Turning Point:  Science, Society and the Rising 
 Culture. London:  Fontana, 1983.

Conner, J. W. "Social and Psychological Reality of European Witchcraft
        Beliefs." Psychiatry: Journal for the Study of Interpersonal
        Processes 38 (1975): 366-80.

Crick, Malcolm. "Anthropologists' Witchcraft: Symbolically Defined or
 Analytically Undone?"
Journal of the Anthropological Society of 
 Oxford 10 (1979): 139-46.

__________. "Recasting Witchcraft." In his Explorations in Language
 and Meaning: Toward a Semantic Anthropology. London: Malaby,
 1976. 109-27.

Currie, Elliott. "The Control of Witchcraft in Renaissance Europe." In 
        Donald Black and Maureen Mileski, eds. The Social Organization 
 of Law. New York: Seminar, 1973. 344-67.

Debus, Allen G., and Ingrid Merkel.  Hermeticism and the Renaissance.
        U.S.: Folger Books, 1988.

Delcambre, Etienne.  "La Psychologie des inculpés Lorrains de 
        sorcellerie." Revue historique de droit français et étranger
        Ser. 4. 32 (1954):  383-403, 508-26.

__________.  "Les procès de sorcellerie en Lorraine. Psychologie des
        juges."  Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgesciednenis 21 (1954):  389-

Delumeau, Jean. Sin and Fear: The Emergence of a Western Guilt Culture,
        13th-18th Centuries. New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1991.

Dillinger, Johannes. "Concerning 'Witches and Witchbusters': 
        Interdisciplinary and International Cooperation."  Folklore 108 
        (1997):  111-2.

Douglas, Mary.  Purity and Danger.  Harmondsworth:  [Penguin], 1970.

__________. "Witchcraft and Leprosy: Two Strategies of Exclusion."
        Man 26 (1991):723-36

__________, ed. Witchcraft Confessions and Accusations. London:
 Tavistock, 1970.

Duerr, Hans Peter. Traumzeit: Über die Grenze zwischen Wildnis
 und Zivilisation. Frankfurt-am-Main: Suhrkamp, 1978. Published
        in English as Dreamtime: Concerning the Boundary between 
 Wilderness and Civilization.  Oxford:  n.p., 1985.

Dülmen, Richard van.  "Das Schauspiel des Todes:  Hinrichtungsrituale 
        In der Fr hen Neuzeit." In Volkskultur:  Zur Wiederentdeckung 
 Des vergessenen Alltags (16.-20. Jahrhundert), edited by 
        Richard van Dülmen and Norbert Schindler, 203-46.  Frankfurt:  
        Suhrkamp, 1984.

Eamon, William.  Science and the Secrets of Nature: Books of Secrets in
        Medieval and Early Modern Culture.  Princeton University Press, 

Ehnmark, R.  "Religion and Magic."  Ethnos 21 (1956):  1-10.

Eliade, Mircea. Occultism, Witchcraft, and Cultural Fashions: Essays in
        Comparative Religions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 

__________. Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy. Princeton, NJ:
        Princeton University Press, 1972.

__________. "Some Observations on European Witchcraft." History of 
 Religions 14 (1975): 149-72. Repr. in Mircea Eliade, Occultism, 
 Witchcraft,and Cultural Fashions: Essays in Comparative 
 Religions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1976. 69-72.

Elias, Norbert. The Civilizing Process. 2 vols. Oxford: Oxford
 University Press, 1982.

__________.  The Court Society.  Vol. 3 of The Civilizing Process.
        Oxford:  Blackwell, 1983.

__________.  The History of Manners.  Vol. 1 of The Civilizing Process.
        Oxford:  Blackwell, 1982.

__________.  Power and Civility.  Vol. 1 of The Civilizing Process.
        Oxford:  Blackwell, 1982.

Elliott, Dyan.  Fallen Bodies:  Pollution, Sexuality, and Demonology in 
 The Middle Ages.  Philadelphia:   University of Pennsylvania 
        Press, 1999.

Estes, Leland. "The Medical Origins of the European Witch Craze: A
Journal of Social History 17 (1983): 271-84.

__________. "The Role of Medicine and Medical Theories in the Rise and
        Fall of the Witch Hunts in England." Chicago: Unpublished Ph.D.
        dissertation, University of Chicago, 1985.

Evans-Pritchard, E. E.  "The morphology and function of magic."  

        American Anthropologist 31 (1929):  619-41.

__________. "Witchcraft (mangu) among the Azande." Sudan Notes and 
 Records 12 (1929):  163-249.

__________. Witchcraft, Oracles and Magic amoung the Azande.  2nd ed.
        Oxford:  n.p., 1950.

Faber, Mel D. lModern Witchcraft and Psychoanalysis.  Cranbury, NJ:
        Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 1993.

Farrington, Karen. Dark Justice: A History of Punishment and Torture.
        Toronto: Reed Consumer Books, 1996.

Ferngren, Gary B., ed.  The History of Science and Religion in the 
 Western Tradition.  Routledge: 2000.

Flossmann, Ursula and Gerhard Putschogl. Hexenprozesse: Seminar zur 
 Geschichte der Strafrechtspflege. Linz: Universitätsverlag R.
        Trauner, 1987.

Forbes, Thomas, R.  "The Social History of the Caul,"  Yale Journal of 
 Biology and Medicine 25 (1935): 503-5.

Gallinek, Alfred.  "Psychogenic Disorders and the Civilization of the 
 Middle Ages."  American Journal of Psychiatry 99 (1942-3):  42-

Gatrell, V.A.C., Lenman, Bruce, and Parke, Geoffrey, eds.  Crime and 
 the Law: The Social History of Crime in Western Europe since 
 1500. London: Europa, 1980.

Geertz, Hildred. "An Anthropology of Religion and Magic I."
 Journal of Interdisciplinary History 6 (1975): 71-109.

Gentz, Lauritz. "En farmakologisk föklaring av de stora häx-
Svenska Läkartidningen 54 (1957): 2491-2514.

Ginzburg, Carlo. "Freud, der Wolfsmann und die Werewölfe."
 Zeitschrift für Volkskunde 82 (1986): 189-99.

__________. "The Inquisitor as Anthropologist." In his Myths, Emblems, 
 Clues. London: Hutchinson, 1990. 156-64.

Gluckman, M.  "Psychological, Sociological and Anthropological 
 Explanations of Witchcraft and Gossip."  Man 3 (1968):  20-34.

Goldammer, K. "Der cholerische Kriegsmann und der melancholische 
        Ketzer." Psychiatrie und Gesellschaft: Ergebnisse und Probleme 
 Der Sozialpsychiatrie ? (1958): ?

Graubard, Mark. Witchcraft and Witchhunts Past and Present: The Blame
        Complex in Action. Rockville, MD: Kabel, 1989.

Guthrie, D. C. From Witchcraft to Antiseptis. Lawrence, KS: University
        of Kansas Press, 1955.

Haliczer, Stephen. Inquisition and Society in Early Modern Europe.
        London: Croom Helm, 1987.

Harner, Michael J.  "The Role of Hallucinogenic Plants in European 
 Witchcraft." In Hallucinogens and Shamanism<, edited by Michael 
 J. Harner,page#.  London:  n.p., 1973.

Harper, C. "The Witches' Flying Ointment."  Folklore 88 (year):  105-6.

Harris, Marvin. Cows, Pigs, Wars and Witches: The Riddles of Culture.
        New York: Vintage, 1974.

Heinemann, Evelyn. Hexen und Hexenglauben: Eine historisch-
 sozialpsychologische Studie über den europäischen
 Hexenwahn des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts. Frankfurt-am-Main:
 Campus, 1986.

Hemphill, R. E. "Historical Witchcraft and Psychiatric Illness in 
 Western Europe." Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 
 59 (1966):891-902.

Heucher, Johann.  . . . Magic plants . . . Edinburgh, 1886.  Appendix:
        "Confessions of witches under  torture."  Confessions in 

Hicks, David. "On Syphilis and Witchcraft." Current Anthropology
 36 (1995): 820.

Hirschman, A. O.  The Passions and the Interests:  Political Arguments 
 For Capitalism before its Triumph.  Princeton:  Princeton 
        University Press, 1977.

Hirst, Paul, and Woolley, Penny.  Social Relations and Human 
 Attributes. London: Tavistock, 1982.

Holmes, Clive. "Popular Culture? Witches, Magistrates, and Divines." In
        Steven Kaplan, ed. Understanding Popular Culture: Europe from 
 The Middle Ages to the Nineteenth Century. Amsterdam: Mouton, 
        1984. 85-111.

Hsu, Francis L. K. "A Neglected Aspect of Witchcraft Studies."
 Journal of American Folklore 73 (1960): 35-38.

Hughes, H. S.  Consciousness and Society:  The Reorientation of 
 European Social Thought 1890-1930.  New York:  Knopf, 1958.

Hulme, P. and L. Jordanova, eds.  Enlightenment and Its Shadows.  
        London:  Routledge, 1990.

Hultin, Neil C. "Medicine and Magic in the Eighteenth Century: The 
 Diaries of James Woodforde". Journal of the History of Medicine 
        30 (1975): 349-66.

__________.  "Some Aspects of Eighteenth-Century Folk-Medicine."
        Southern Folklore Quarterly 38 (1974): 199-209.

Hundert, E. J.  "A Cognitive Idea and Its Myth: Knowledge as Power in 

 The Lexicon of the Enlightenment."  Social Research 53 (1986):  

Hunter, Michael.  Science and the Shape of Orthodoxy: Intellectual 
 Change in Late-Seventeenth Century Britain.  Boydell Press, 

Hunter, Michael C. W. and David. Wootton, eds. Atheism from the 
 Reformation to the Enlightenment.  Oxford:  Clarendon, 1992.

d'Iharce, J.-L.  Erreurs populaires sur la médicine.  Paris:  n.p., 

Jackson, Stanley W.  Melancholia and Depression from Hippocratic Times 
 To Modern Times.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986.

Jacob, M. C.  The Cultural Meaning of the Scientific Revolution.
        New York:  A. A. Knopf, 1988. Philadelphia:  Temple University
        Press, 1988.

__________.  Living the Enlightenment:  Freemasonry and Politics in 
 18th Century Europe.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1992.

__________.  The Radical Enlightenment:  Pantheists, Freemasons and 
 Republicans. London:  Allen & Unwin, 1981.

Jerouschek, Günter. "Die Hexenverfolgungen als Problem der
        Rechtsgeschichte: Anmerkungen zu neueren Veröffentlichungen aus
        dem Bereich der Hexenforschung." Zeitschrift für neuere
        Rechtsgeschichte 15 (1993): 202-24.

Jones, G. P. and Douglas Knoop.  The Genesis of Freemasonry:  An 
 Account of the Rise and Development of Freemasonry in its 
 Operative, Accepted and Early Speculative Phases.  Manchester:  
 n.p., 1947.

Kalberg, S.  Max Weber's Historical Sociology.  Cambridge:  n.p., 1993.

Kapferer, Jean-Noel.  Rumors: Uses, Interpretations, and Images.
        Trans. by Bruce Fink.  New Brunswick:  Transaction Publishers, 

Kennedy, John G.  "Psychological and Social Explanations of 
 Witchcraft." Man 2 (1967):  216-25.

King, L. S. "Witchcraft and Medicine: Conflicts in the Early Eighteenth
        Century." Circa Tiliam: Studia historiae medicinae, Gerrit Arie
        Lindeboom septuagenario oblata. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1974. 122-

Kirmeyer, Laurence. J. "From the Witches Hammer to the Oedipus Complex:
        Castration Anxiety in Modern Society." Transcultural 
 Psychiatric Research Review 29 (1992): 133-58.

Knoop, Douglas and Richard William Weisberger. Speculative Freemasonry 
 and the Enlightenment: A Study in the Craft in London, Paris,
        Prague and Vienna.  Boulder: East European Monographs, 1993.

König, B. Emil. Hexenprozesse: Ausgeburten des Massenwahns im Spiegel
        der Hexenprozesse und der Autodafes. Schwerte/Ruhr: 
 Freistühler, 1996.

Kräger (Institoris), Heinrich and James Sprenger.  Malleus Maleficarum:
        the Classic Study of Witchcraft (1484). Edited by Montague 
        Summers. London: Pushkin, 1928; Arrow, 1971; Bracken Books, 

__________.  La Marteau des Socieres.  Paris: Plon, 1973.

Kuper, Adam.  The Invention of Primitive Society:  Transformations of 
 An Illusion.  London:  Routledge, 1988.

Langbein, John. Prosecuting Crime in the Renaissance: England, Germany, 
 France. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1974.

__________. Torture and the Law of Proof. Chicago: University of
        Chicago, 1976.

Larner, Christina. The Thinking Peasant: Educated and Popular Belief
        in Pre-Industrial Culture. Glasgow: Pressgang, 1982.

Lavater, Johann Casper.  Physiognomische Fragmente zur Beförderung der
        Menschenkenntnis und Menschenliebe.  4 vols.  Leipzig:  
        Weidmanns Erden und Reich, 1775-8.  Reprint.  Zürich:  Orell 
        Füssli, 1968.  In English as Essays on Physiognomy:  for the 
 promotion of the knowledge and the love of mankind, by Thomas 
 Holcroft.  London:  for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1789.

Laymann, P.  Processis iuridicus contra sagas et veneficos.  Cologne: 
        n.p., 1629.

Le Bon, G.  The Crowd:  A Study in the Popular Mind.  London: T. Fisher
        Unwin; Ernest Benn,1896. Reprint. New York:  Viking, 1960.  
        Originally published as Psychologie des foules.  Paris:  F. 
        Alcan, 1895. Reprint.  Paris:  Presses Universitaires de 
        France, 1995.

Lecouteux, Claude. Fées, sorcières et loups-garous au Moyen Age:
        histoire du double. Paris: Éditions Imago, 1992.

Leff, Samuel and Vera Leff. From Witchcraft to World Health.
 London: Lawrence and Wishert, 1956.

Lehmann, Arthur C. and James E. Myers. Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion: 
 An Anthropological Study of the Supernatural. 3rd ed. Mountain
        View, CA: Mayfield, 1993.

Letwin, W.  The Origins of Scientific Economics: English Economic 
 Thought 1660-1776.  London:  Methuen, 1963.

Levack, Brian, ed., Anthropological Studies of Witchcraft, Magic, and 
 Religion. Vol. 1 of Brian Levack, ed. Articles on Witchcraft, 
 Magic, and Demonology: A Twelve-Volume Anthology of Scholarly 
 Articles. 12 vols. New York: Garland, 1992.

Levi-Strauss, C.  La pensée sauvage.  Paris:  Plon, 1962. In English
        as The Savage Mind.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 
        1966. London:  Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1966.

Levitt, Eugene E.  The Psychology of Anxiety.  Indianapolis:  Bobbs-
        Merrill, 1967.  2nd ed.  Hillsdale, N.J.:  L. Erlbaum, 1980.

Lévy-Bruhl, L.  Primitive Mentality.  London:  George Allen &
        Unwin, 1923.  New York:  Macmillan, 1923.  Reprint.  New York:  
 AMS Press, 1978.  Orignially published as La Mentalité 
 Primitive. Paris:  Libraire Félix Alcan, 1922.  Reprint.  
        Paris:  Presses Universitaires de France, 1960.

Lewis, William Bevan.  A Textbook of Mental Diseases:  with Special 
 Reference to the Pathological Aspects of Insanity.  London:  
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Lewis, I. M. Ectastic Religion: an anthropological study of Spirit 
 Possession and Shamanism.  Harmondsworth:  Penguin, 1971.  
        Baltimore:  Penguin,
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__________.  "Spirit Possession and Derivation Cults."  Man N.S. 1
        (1966):  307-29.

Linder, Dolf. Aberglaube: Irgendwann Einmal war Alles, was wir Heute 
 als. Aberglaube Bezeichen, Glaube. Wien: Haupt-
        Verlagsgesellschaft, 1990.

MacDonald, Michael.  Mystical Bedlam:  Madness, Anxiety and Healing in 
 17th Century England.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 
        1979, 1981.

Maes, Louis Théodore. "La Position des universités européennes devant
 le problème de la sorcellerie du XIVe au XVIIIe siècles."
 In L. Th. Maes, ed. Recht heeft vele significatie: 
 Rechtshistorische opstellen van Prof. L. Th. Maes. Bruxelles: 
 CED-Samsom, 1979 33-49.

Mair, Lucy.  Witchcraft. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1969.

Malinowski, Bronislaw. Magic, Science, and Religion. Boston: Beacon, 
        1948. Also published as Magic, Science, and Other Essays.  
 Boston: Beacon, 1948.

Mandrou, Robert, ed.  Possession et sorcellerie au XVIIe siècle.
        Paris:  Fayard, 1979.  Paris:  Hachette, 1997.

Marwick, Max G.  "The Continuance of Witchcraft Beliefs."  In Africa in
        Transition:  Some BBC Talks on Changing Conditions in the Union 
 And the Rhodesias, edited by Prudence Smith, page#.  London:  
 M. Reinhardt, 1958.

__________.  "The Social Context of Cewa Witch Beliefs."  Africa 22
        (1952):  120-2.

__________, ed. Witchcraft and Sorcery: Selected Readings.  2nd ed.
        New York: Penguin, 1990.

Marzell, H. Zauberpflanzen Hexentränke. Stuttgart: Franckh, 1964.

Masson, Jeffrey Moussaieff., ed.  The Complete Letters of Sigmund Freud 
 To Wilhelm Fliess, 1887-1904.  Cambridge:  Belknap Press of 
 Harvard University, 1985.

Masters, Robert E. L. Eros and Evil: The Sexual Psychopathology of 
 Witchcraft. New York: Julian, 1962.

Mayer, Philip. "Witches." In Max Marwick, ed. Witchcraft and Sorcery:
        Selected Readings. 2nd ed. New York: Penguin, 1990.

McCaghy, Charles H,  Timothy A, Capron, and J. D. Jamieson.
        Deviant Behavior:  Crime, Conflict and Interest Groups.
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Merchant, Carolyn.  Death of Nature.  San Francisco: Harper's, 1990.

Merkel, Ingrid and Allen G. Debus, eds. Hermeticism and the 
 Renaissance: Intellectual History and the Occult in Early 
 Modern Europe. Washington DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 1984.

Micale, Mark S.  Approaching Hysteria:  Disease and its 
 Interpretations. Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1995.

Midelfort, H.C. Erik.  "Madness and the Problems of Psychological 
 History in the Sixteenth Century," Sixteenth Century Journal 12 
 (1981): 5-12.

Midgley, Mary.  Science as Salvation:  A Modern Myth and it Meaning.
        London and New York:  Routledge, 1992.

Miller, Peter, and Nikolas S. Rose.  The Power of Psychiatry.  
 Cambridge, Engl.:  Polity, 1986.  New York:  Blackwell, 1986.

Minder, Robert. Der Hexenglaube bei den Jatrochemikern des 17. 
 Jahrhunderts. Zürich: Juris-Verlag, 1963.

Moore, John.  Of Religious Melancholy, a sermon preach'd before the 
 Queen at White-Hall March the VIth, 1691/2.. London: for 
 William Rogers, 1692.

Moore, Robert Ian. The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Power and 
 Deviance in Western Europe, 950-1250. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 

Mora, George and Benjamin Kohl, eds. Witches, Devils, and Doctors
 in the Renaissance:  Johann Weyer, 'De praestigiis daemonum'.
        A translation of the 1583 6th ed.  Translated by John Shea.
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Moscovici, S. L'Âge des foules: Un traité historique de psychologie des 

 masses. Paris:  Fayard, 1981.

Nemeç, Jaroslav. Witchcraft and Medicine, 1484-1793: Published in
 Conjunction With an Exhibit at the National Library of Medicine,
 March 25 - July 19, 1974. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of 

Newman, Philip.  "Sorcery, Religion, and the Man."  Natural History
        71 (1962):  20-9.

Nicolson, Marjorie Hope.  Mountain Gloom and Mountain Glory:  The 
 Development of the Aesthetics of the Infinite.  Ithaca:  
        Cornell University Press, 1959. Reprint.  Seattle:  University              
        of Washington Press, 1997.

Nielsen, Harald. Laegeplanter og trolddomsurter. Kobenhavn: Politiken, 

Olson, R.  The Emergence of the Social Sciences, 1642-1792.
        New York:  Twayne, 1993.

Oplinger, Jon.  The Politics of Demonology: The European Witchcraze
 and the Mass Production of Deviance. Selinsgrove, PA:
 Susquehanna University Press, 1990.

Parsons, A. "Expressive Symbolism in Witchcraft and Delusion: A
 Comparative Study."
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__________. "Was There a Medical Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century 
        England?" British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies 5 
        (1982):  49-64.

Peters, Edward. The Magician, the Witch, and the Law. Philadelphia:
 University of Pennsylvania Press, 1978.

__________. "Was There a Medical Enlightenment in Eighteenth Century 
        England?" British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies 5 
        (1982): 49-64.

Piatigorsky, A.  Who's Afraid of Freemasons?  The Phenomenon of 
 Freemasonry. London:  Harvill, 1997.

Piro, M. E. de. "Les plantes dans le sorcellerie." Tour Saint-Jacques
        11-12 (1957): 64-68.

Porter, Roy.  "Accidents in the Eighteenth Century."  Accidents in 
 History: Injuries, Fatalities and Social Relations, edited by 
        Roger Cooter and Bill Luckin, 90-106.  Amsterdam:  Rodopi, 

__________.  "The Body and The Mind:  The Doctor and The Patient: 
        Negotiating Hysteria." In Hysteria Beyond Freud, edited by 
        Sander L. Gilman, et al., 225-85. Berkeley:  [University of 
        California Press], 1993.

__________.  "From the Sacred Disease to Epilepsy."  In A History of

        Clinical Psychiatry: The Origin and History of Psychiatric 
 Disorders,edited by German E. Berrios and Roy Porter, 164-73.  
        London:  Athlone, 1995.  New York:  New York University Press, 

__________.  "Was There a Medical Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century 
        England?" British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies 5 
        (1982):  49-64.

__________, ed.  The Popularization of Medicine, 1650-1850.  London and
        New York:  Routledge, 1992.

Prestwich, Menna, ed.  Internationalism Calvinism 1541-1715.  Oxford:
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