Readership: General readers and students interested in witchcraft, psychology, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies and history.
Malcolm Gaskill, Reader in Early Modern History, University of East Anglia
"This pocket-book eloquently and clearly introduces and summarizes the theories and theorists of the historical study of witchcraft. His account is concise enough to stand alone, but also a great introduction to the work of other scholars in the field, with excellent recommended reading." - Journal of Folklore Research
"Each chapter in this small but perfectly-formed book could be the jumping-off point for a year's stimulating reading. Buy it now." - Fortean Times
Witchcraft: A Very Short Introduction - a reading guide