Who Identifies as a Witch Today?

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Abstract

An invited lecture in Valerie Kivelson's University of Michigan History and Women's Studies course, "A History of Witchcraft: The 1692 Salem Trials in Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspective." The purpose was to give students some perspective on why and how contemporary communities today might identify with women historically accused of witchcraft, especially in light of the term's historical function as an othering label, rather than a self-chosen identity.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Apr 17 2019

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