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Preternature: Critical and Historical Studies on the Preternatural
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Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021
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Preternature is an interdisciplinary forum for the study of the preternatural as seen in magics, witchcraft, spiritualism, occultism, prophecy, monstrophy, demonology, and folklore. The journal embraces a broad and dynamic definition of the preternatural, since the very categories of magic, religion, and science are open and active registers that the journal strives to explore, contextualize, and challenge.
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From the Founding Editors: Thinking Preternaturally After Ten Years
Richard Raiswell, Kirsten C. Uszkalo
pp. 159-162
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Writing Demon Possession: The Case of the Witches of Warboys
Richard Raiswell
pp. 163-194
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Familiar Pursuits: Women’s Occult Influences and Shakespeare’s Preternatural Bear in The Winter’s Tale
Molly Hand
pp. 195-217
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A Typological Inquiry into Asian Undead Beings, or, Why There Are No Vampires in the East
Andrew Hock Soon Ng
pp. 218-248
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Occultism in the Acid House Music of Psychic TV
Daniel Siepmann
pp. 249-292
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The Science of Demons: Early Modern Authors Facing Witchcraft and the Devil ed. by Jan Machielsen (review)
Richard Raiswell
pp. 293-297
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The Decline of Magic: Britain in the Enlightenment by Michael Hunter (review)
Martha McGill
pp. 297-301
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Believing in Bits: Digital Media and the Supernatural ed. by Simone Natale and D. W. Pasulka (review)
Philip L. Frana
pp. 301-305
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ISSN2161-2188
Print ISSN2161-2196
Launched on MUSE2021-07-28
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