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Spellbound : women and witchcraft in America
Reis, Elizabeth, 1958-
Publication Information:
Wilmington, Del. : Scholarly Resources, [1998]

Physical Description:
xxiii, 276 pages ; 23 cm.
The economic basis of witchcraft / Carol F. Karlsen -- Female speech and other demons: witchcraft and wordcraft in early New England / Jane Kamensky -- Gender and the meanings of confession in early New England / Elizabeth Reis -- Dark Eve / Bernard Rosenthal -- "The Devil will roar in me anon": the possession of Martha Roberson, Boston, 1741 / Kenneth P. Minkema -- Seneca possessed: colonialism, witchcraft, and gender in the time of Handsome Lake / Matthew Dennis -- Sojourner Truth's religion in her moment of Pentecostalism and witchcraft / Nell Irvin Painter -- "Hoodoo? God do"? African American women and contested spirituality in the spiritual churches of New Orleans / David C. Estes -- Red lilac of the Cayugas: traditional Indian laws and culture conflict in a witchcraft trial in Buffalo, New York, 1930 / Sidney L. Harring -- Witchcraft as Goddess religion / Starhawk -- Affinities and appropriations in feminist spirituality / Cynthia Eller -- In whose image? misogynist trends in the construction of Goddess and woman / Linda Jencson.
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