Superstition: Friday the 13th!
SUPERSTITION: FRIDAY THE 13TH!
Interview with Professor Bernard Capp, Department of History
Related WRAP Articles
Francis, Leslie J. and Williams, Emyr (2007) Drawing back the veil: the socio-psychological correlates of paranormal belief among 13- to 15-year-old adolescents. Christian Parapsychologist, Vol.17 . pp. 170-185. ISSN 0308-6194.
Williams, Emyr and Francis, Leslie J. and Lewis, Christopher Alan (2009) Introducing the modified paranormal belief scale: distinguishing between classic paranormal beliefs, religious paranormal beliefs and conventional religiosity among undergraduates in Northern Ireland and Wales. Archiv für Religionspsychologie, Vol.31 (No.3). pp. 345-356. ISSN 0084-6724.
Handley, Sasha (2005) 'Visions of an unseen world': the production and consumption of English ghost stories, c.1660-1800. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Podcasts from the English and Comparative Literary Studies module 'Gothic and Melodrama'.
Lectures from the Department of History module 'The Medieval World'.
Resources on the Salem Witch Trials (1692) from the Comparative American Studies module 'North America: Themes and Problems'.
Resources on witch beliefs and witchcraft prosecutions from the Department of History module 'The European World: 1500-1750'.
A lecture from the 'The Faust Project' in English and Comparative Literary Studies entitled 'Medicine, Magic and the Scientific Revolution'.
Supernatural Structures in Kyd and Shakespeare by Professor Philip Edwards.
Renaissance Thought: The Lost Continent between Logic and the Occult (discussed by Peter Mack and Maude Vanhalen).
Article entitled 'Sex, Scandal and the Supernatural' first published in CommUnicate.