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This front matter section of the book Writing Witch-Hunt Histories: Challenging the Paradigm presents the table of contents, a list of illustrations, the acknowledgments, and a list of contributors. The book focuses on the history of witch-hunt historiography. It is one of the rare analytical studies on the history of witch-hunt historiography. The history of witch-hunt research fundamentally contributes not only to our understanding of a bizarre phenomenon in European history, but also allows us to better understand the cultural and academic trends which have powerfully influenced research, even when scholars have not been cognizant of the underlying premises of their own work.

Keywords: European history; witch-hunt historiography



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