Representing Magic in Modern Ireland: Belief, History, and Culture
This Element argues that Ireland did not experience a disenchanted modernity, nor a decline in magic. It suggests that beliefs, practices and traditions concerning witchcraft and magic developed and adapted to modernity to retain cultural currency until the end of the twentieth century.
Andrew Sneddon (Ulster University)
- Cambridge University Press
- 75 pages
- Paperback / softback
- United Kingdom
- Religion & beliefs