Registration Open – Magic and Witchcraft: Evolving Beliefs, Practices, and Attitudes

Date / time: 22 June - 23 June, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm

This two-day conference aims to investigate the transformations in beliefs, practices, attitudes, and geographical contexts associated with magic and witchcraft across different historical periods and locations. By examining diverse primary sources ranging from late medieval and early modern European religious and secular archives to contemporary filmography, the event endeavours to shed light on the evolving narratives surrounding magic and witchcraft and their persistent influence on present-day culture.

Keynote Speaker Professor James Sharpe (University of York)

Attendance is possible both in-person and online – register here: