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Brian Levack is a Professor, Universityof Texasat Austin. He written and edited many books including; Witchcraft and Magic in Europe : The Eighteenth and Nineteenth
Centuries(1999), The West: Encounters and Transformations (2004), The Jacobean Union: Co-edited with Bruce Galloway, (1985). He has also written many articles including Witchcraft, Magic and Demonology: A Twelve- Volume Anthology of Scholarly Articles (1992).
New Perspectives on Witchcraft, Magic and Demonology: A Six-Volume
Anthology of Articles, (2001) and The Witchcraft Sourcebook, (2003).
Table of Contents
|List of tables||vi|
|List of plates||vii|
|Preface to the third edition||ix|
|Preface to the second edition||xi|
|Preface to the first edition||xii|
|2. The intellectual foundations||30||(44)|
|3. The legal foundations||74||(35)|
|4. The impact of the Reformation||109||(25)|
|5. The social context||134||(41)|
|6. The dynamics of witch-hunting||175||(29)|
|7. The chronology and geography of witch-hunting||204||(49)|
|8. The decline and end of witch-hunting||253||(36)|
|9. Witch-hunting after the trials||289||(20)|