Preface and acknowledgements List of figures Introduction 1. Invisible men: The historian and the male witch 2. Secondary targets? Male witches on trial 3. Tortured confessions: Agency and selfhood at stake 4. Literally unthinkable? Demonological descriptions of male witches 5. Conceptual webs: The gendering of witchcraft Conclusion and afterword Appendix Figures Bibliography Index
Lara Apps is Graduate Student Ombudsperson at the University of Alberta, where she received a Master's degree in History in 2000. Andrew Gow is Professor of History at the University of Alberta
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