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Tabitha Stanmore

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Tabitha Stanmore is a social historian of magic and witchcraft at the University of Exeter. She is part of the Leverhulme-funded Seven County Witch Hunt Project, and her AHRC-funded doctoral thesis led to the publication of her first book - Love Spells and Lost Treasure: Service Magic in England from the later Middle Ages to the Early Modern Period. She has featured on Radio 3's Free Thinking and BBC 4's Plague Fiction, and her writing has been published in The Conversation.

Books by Tabitha Stanmore

Cunning Folk

Opens a fascinating new window onto medieval and early modern life - a world where it's possible to meet the devil on the road, control the future through stars, and employ a fairy to help find gold

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