Birkbeck Early Modern Society is delighted to announce that Dr Malcolm Gaskill will be speaking on ‘The History of Witchcraft: Where do we go from here?’,on Monday February 11, Room B18, Birkbeck, Malet Street,London WC1 (entrance in Torrington Square, see http://www.bbk.ac.uk/maps)
This event is free to members (membership £5), £3 non members, includes refreshments.
Dr Malcolm Gaskill, University of East Anglia, is the author of Crime and Mentalities in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 2000), Hellish Nell: Last of Britain’s Witches (London, 2001), The Matthew Hopkins Trials (London, 2003) – edition of facsimile works, and Witchfinders: a Seventeenth-Century English Tragedy (London, 2005). For more information see Dr Gaskill’s web site http://www.malcolmgaskill.net
We look forward to seeing you on February 11th.