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Witchcraft in Ireland
The first rigorous academic overview of witchcraft in Ireland, this publication is a very welcome addition to a growing corpus of scholarship on this relatively neglected aspect of Irish social and cultural history. For decades, St John D. Since the early s the handful of scholars who have delved into research in this field have been mainly concerned with ascertaining why there was so little witch-hunting in Ireland, though significant case studies of Irish witchcraft trials, such as that of Florence Newton in Cork and the Islandmagee witches in Antrim have appeared since the early s, lending greater depth to the analysis. Similarly, it has only been in recent decades that the non-Christian supernatural as part of popular religion alongside official Catholic doctrine in late 18th and 19th-century Ireland has been explored, with current historiography remaining largely silent on Protestant witchcraft belief during that period. In the context of this emerging scholarship, Ronald Hutton and Andrew Sneddon have led the way in exploring the nature of early modern Irish witchcraft belief and the ways in which this differed from beliefs in the British Isles and continental Europe. While the central focus is on the period between the passing of the Witchcraft Act and its repeal in , witchcraft and magic during the late medieval era and the 19th and early 20th centuries are also covered. Sneddon is to be commended on producing a work of such substance notwithstanding the serious limitations imposed by a dearth of source material.
Ireland looms large in modern witchcraft traditions, but has received little scholarly attention in witchcraft studies, in part because it saw relatively few trials. Andrew Sneddon's Witchcraft and Magic in Ireland fills in some important gaps in our understanding of witchcraft beliefs and trials since the sixteenth century. Its most important contributions lie in its careful consideration of varying attitudes towards witchcraft and its prosecution among Ireland's three main religious denominations, Catholic, Church of Ireland, and Presbyterian. Sneddon here builds on his previous studies of Bishop Francis Hutchinson, "the only eighteenth-century English witchcraft sceptic living in Ireland in the s and s," and the Islandmagee trial, which his book title proclaims "Ireland's only Mass Witchcraft Trial" He skillfully argues that English and Scottish settlers brought their home countries' witchcraft beliefs with them to Ireland and deeply feared malefic witchcraft until the mid-eighteenth century, by which time Protestants had come to regard themselves as "polite, rational, and enlightened" and witchcraft allegations as "self-evidently irrational and ridiculous" , something they imputed more to ignorant and superstitious Catholics. Yet, as Sneddon and others note, Ireland's Catholics were far less likely to accuse people of witchcraft than were its Protestants.
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Our Course tutor is an Irish person with strong experience in our history, heritage, archaeology, mythology, and Irish Spirituality. Witchcraft: the practice of and belief in magical skills and abilities exercised by solitary practitioners and groups. This is a broad term that varies a lot between different cultures and societies, so it can be difficult to define with precision. In Ireland though, we have a long and interesting history with magic, and those who use it. This Class, and the Guided Journey, are suitable for beginners, as well as those with more experience in other traditions.
Based on a wide range of sources, it is a highly original and innovative study of beneficial and harmful magic, from the later medieval period up until the twentieth century.
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